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Issue 16, vol. 12.4
Habits: Friends or Foes?
By Robert Rickover
a child, 'helping' in the kitchen, it was by watching
my mother that I learned how to beat eggs with a fork.
Along with the rapid forearm movement, I copied what
she did with her shoulders - and soon began to feel
cramped and tired. How could I know, young as I was,
than the tension I had copied was merely an expression
of my mother's anxiety to hurry on to the next task,
that it contributed nothing to the speed or
effectiveness of the egg-beating.
Giftedness & Child Care
By DJ McCormick
“My child is special!” Isn’t
that what every parent says? But, your child is not
only special, but also gifted. When choosing a child
care center for a gifted child, you must keep several
items in mind. First and foremost, you will want to
make sure your childcare provider understands the
meaning of giftedness.
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