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Parents field an average of 11 questions from their young children each day, according to new research. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of The Goddard School, results also revealed that 81% of parents learn just as much from their child as their child learns from them.
Dr. Lauren Loquasto, senior vice president and chief academic officer at The Goddard School, offers insight into how parents can redirect four common attention-seeking behaviors and instead create positive interactions that help children grow.
Grandparents often play a crucial part in their families’ lives, providing much-needed support for households across the country. While a grandparent’s impact cannot be summarized into a single conversation or activity, there are a few simple ways parents can bring their children closer to them. Lee Scott, chairperson of The Goddard School’s Educational Advisory Board, shares a few activities that can help children show their grandparents just how loved and appreciated they are.
Lee Scott, chairperson of Goddard’s Educational Advisory Board, joined Chicago’s Fox 32 to discuss recommended books to ease the back-to-school transition for children and parents.
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