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Ages and Stages: 6 through 8 Years - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in primary school age children. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Five Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in five year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Four Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in four year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Three Year Olds - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in three year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Two Year Old - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in two year olds. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate...more
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Ages and Stages: 18 to 24 Months - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: 12 to 18 Months - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their second year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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Ages and Stages: Newborn to One Year - Iowa State University

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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on...more
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This page outlines the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development in children during their first year. It provides ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers on ways to stimulate development and respond to children at this age.

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KinderArt

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Here's a ready source for thousands of art ideas, projects, and activities for primary students. Seasonal and theme activities provide primary teachers or parents with lots of instructional...more
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Here's a ready source for thousands of art ideas, projects, and activities for primary students. Seasonal and theme activities provide primary teachers or parents with lots of instructional options. This site also includes a variety of craft projects.

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Children and Family Moves - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move. ...more
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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on helping children cope with a move.

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Home Alone Children - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on "latchkey kids" and how parents should handle the situation. ...more
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An article from the American Academy of Child Psychology on "latchkey kids" and how parents should handle the situation.

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Children who Steal - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article to help parents cope and understand why a child would steal. ...more
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An article to help parents cope and understand why a child would steal.

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Pets and Children - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about helping children become comfortable with pets and handle the responsibility. ...more
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An article about helping children become comfortable with pets and handle the responsibility.

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Parenting - Preparing for Adolescence - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article helping parents prepare for their child's adolescence. ...more
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An article helping parents prepare for their child's adolescence.

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Children and Firearms - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article on addressing the issues of children and firearms. ...more
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An article on addressing the issues of children and firearms.

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Making Day Care a Good Experience - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article to help parents insure that they have a good daycare experience. ...more
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An article to help parents insure that they have a good daycare experience.

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Children and Divorce - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article addressing how children process divorce and what parents can do. ...more
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An article addressing how children process divorce and what parents can do.

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Children's Threats - When are They Serious? - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article addressing children's threats and how parents should interpret them. ...more
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An article addressing children's threats and how parents should interpret them.

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Children Online - American Academy of Child Psychology

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A short article about basic rules parents can use when letting children online. ...more
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A short article about basic rules parents can use when letting children online.

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Children and the News - American Academy of Child Psychology

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An article about children and news programs, and how they process it. ...more
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An article about children and news programs, and how they process it.

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