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In these articles, parents and caregivers will learn about what discipline is, what behavior to expect from different ages of children, what to do when a child misbehaves or is upset, and how to set a child up for success.
Laying the foundation for routines and schedules early on will help you interact and respond better to your baby. Here are some examples to help get you started.
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This information will help caregivers and parents have the starting tools to work with children through their social-emotional and behavioral development.
Setting Boundaries with Screen Time & Electronic UsageIn today’s digital world, it’s important for a child’s parent and caregivers to set boundaries for screen time and electronics – especially during early childhood. Here you will learn about the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendations for screen time and electronic usage as well as how to manage it at each age during the first 5 years of life.
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