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The child does not begin to fall until she becomes seriously interested in walking, until she actually begins learning. Falling is ...
No authority in the field of child psychology, pediatrics, or child psychiatry advocates the formal instruction, in any domain, of ...
Since every effort in our educational life seems to be directed toward making of the child a being foreign to itself, it must of n ...
It is easy to lose confidence in our natural ability to raise children. The true techniques for raising children are simple: Be wi ...
Not all conflicts between siblings are good, of course. A child who is repeatedly humiliated or made to feel insignificant by a br ...
For a small child there is no division between playing and learning; between the things he or she does "just for fun" and things t ...
For decades child development experts have erroneously directed parents to sing with one voice, a unison chorus of values, politic ...
Adults understandably assume that the level of verbal proficiency a five-year-old displays represents his level of proficiency in ...
Parents do not give up their children to strangers lightly. They wait in uncertain anticipation for an expression of awareness and ...
Parents must begin to discover their children as individuals of developing tastes and views and so help them be, and see, themselv ...
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