If you are surrounded with kids, you would want to know more about them.  You would want to understand how they think and feel and why they act the way they do.  Understanding leads to compassion which also teaches us the value of how to respond appropriately.

  • From birth to age 4, the intellectual development is as great as it is from 4 to 18.
  • By age 2, most emotional and intellectual patterns are established.
  • Classical music can stimulate learning and can improve academic performance.
  • Toddlers can understand more words than they can utter.
  • Play  is the most natural and vibrant way for a child to learn.
  • Good health habits, such as hand washing, are learned through early and repeated experiences.
  • Making friends is an important part of growing up.
  • Sudden changes in children’s behavior may be an indication of stress.
  • Childhood fears are common during the preschool years.
  • Kids act out the “labels” you attach to them.
  • The glow in your eyes when your kid enters the room speaks all the words he needs to hear.

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