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Children use #dramatic play to explore their own thoughts & feelings, which plays an important part in their #socialemotional development. Comment on your toddler's favorite form of dramatic play or even show us a picture! Post inspired by ADNY Early Childhood via Twitter ~

April 19, 2018
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"Little things aren't little to little people." L.R.Knost💞 Bucket List for a Happy Childhood: http://www.littleheartsbooks.com/2012/09/27/200-ways-to-bless-your-children-with-a-happy-childhood/ Post shared via L.R.Knost - Little Hearts/Gentle Parenting Resources

April 18, 2018
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"Did you know that the right brain develops first? It does so by the time children are 3-4 years of age. The left brain, on the other hand, doesn’t fully come online until children are approximately seven years old; hence the first seven years being recognized as such a critical period in child development."

April 18, 2018
Early On Michigan

"Life moves fast. Snuggle more. Worry less." L.R.Knost - Little Hearts/Gentle Parenting Resources 12 Steps to a Happier Home: http://www.littleheartsbooks.com/2013/01/01/12-steps-to-gentle-parenting/ Wrdsmth💞

April 17, 2018
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Positive relationships in the first few yrs of life help to form a strong foundation for healthy #socialemotionallearning! Full report here: https://rwjf.ws/2GSQmO5 Shared via ZERO TO THREE ~

April 16, 2018

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