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The first considerable challenge around paying any sort of serious attention to habit formation in the early years is that it is often a hard sell to convince even ourselves that all of the little things we do (or say or eat) early in life really do add up to something of much greater importance.
With an increased focus on early education and child care programs, increased support for parents and home visitation programs, and compelling calls-to-action from business leaders, a Nobel Prize winning economist and the President of the United States, it’s hard not to notice the impressive groundswell around the first five years. Yet along with the intensified interest comes the natural question of how the first five years have found themselves in the national spotlight like never before.
Babies’ brains change as a result of the new things they learn and as young children continue to grow and explore, new discoveries help them enrich, modify - reorganize and sometimes replace – their initial theories with quite different ideas. What can we do to encourage children to explore and investigate their world safely?
The definition of cooperation is simple enough – combining energies to work towards a common goal. But teaching its meaning to a young child is easier said than done. Cooperation requires a combination of character attributes, such as being respectful, honest, helpful and thoughtful. Though these are traits every parent wants their child to have, young children naturally tend to be focused on themselves. They can, however, learn these traits over time through frequent encouragement and modeling by adults.
Carrollton, TX – Eleven years ago, Tom and Priscilla Chow opened up the Primrose School of Castle Hills in Carrollton with the vision of delivering the best and most trusted early childhood education and child care services for area families. Recently, the Chows were selected out of more than 240 Primrose Schools as National President’s Award winners for their passion, professionalism and commitment to the Carrollton community.