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View Boris Gindis, Ph.D. Activities to Promote Healthy Development 11/6/2005 These activities are entertaining for a whole family and promote cognitive abilities of a newly adopted child. They also set the stage for developing mutual attachment in the family through shared fun and play. The descriptions of activities offer general ideas, and the parents should feel free to make necessary adjustments. It’s important to understand that a child adopted from an overseas orphanage can, for example, be seven years old according to the birth certificate, but developmentally (emotionally and cognitively) is very likely two or three years younger. Thus, the suggested sets of activities differ mostly by the goal parents may have in mind, rather then by child’s age.
View Natalia Likhtik A child at play 6/9/2006 The world of childhood is quite different from our adult world. It is not simply a smaller version of it. It is a different world, and you have to learn to understand it. You have to learn to "read" child's behavior. Every parent needs these skills, but parents adopting internationally may need them more then others, since you will not have the advantage of understanding your child's native language.
View Romain Levesque The Benefits of Out Door Play 12/17/2006 Well, we know that sitting in front of video games and TV is not health beneficial. Being out doors help's our children to become creative.
View Angela Minster What is the better choice of the toys for a baby in the period of 3-6 months old? 2/9/2007 Being a parent you know what a dare to buy a proper toy for your child. This article will discover it for you how to do it in a better way as well as you can find some goods for your children.
View Dave Owen Your Children Should Learn Vegetable Gardening 2/25/2007 If you can create a sense of nature, patience, and an appreciation of work they’ve done themselves in your children, you will have accomplished something great. This will have provided them one of the longest lasting gifts you could give them. One way to accomplish this is to encourage them to learn vegetable gardening. All that is needed is a small patch of earth, some seeds, and water. Some other things that may be added along the way will be wonder, laughter, and dirty faces. All of this will be mixed together to provide a very memorable project and experience.
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