For many parents, the word “self-control” is not frequently used in descriptions of their young children! Until the age of 7, some children can have frequent outbursts, not to mention trouble planning for future rewards.

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There are many struggles parents face during the day with their toddlers. Changing diapers, coaxing her to eat her food, keeping him happy or out of trouble... all are important issues. Sleep is another matter!

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Here’s an old gag which has been used on countless television programs over the years - An adult fumbles with a remote control, or other device, until he becomes exasperated and gives up. A young child then picks up the gadget and easily operates it to the bewilderment of the adult.

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We often hear about the achievement gap—the distinct academic disparities that exist between groups of students, primarily between middle-class students and students from lower-income families. Decades of research confirm that a combination of in-school and at-home factors contribute to these differences.

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