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Mom and Me Cooking Pumpkin French Toast

Hi, my name is Michelle. I am one of the WIC dietitians that work here at the Medina County Health Department. Right now I am standing in the WIC kitchen that is actually in the Medina Health Department building. On the fourth Friday of every month, we have a cooking class; it’s a Mom and…

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How to Raise a Creative Child : 7 Ways to Nurture a Child’s Creative Imagination

On behalf of Expert Village my name is Sally Head and today I’m goign to talk to you how nurture your preschoolers imagination. As you expose your young children to sight, sounds, and sensations your opening up there world, there minds to new and exciting world. Read stories “Mama duck has 5 little ducklings, widdle…

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How to nurture the social & emotional well-being of students with Asperger’s Syndrome

While professional development courses for Autism Spectrum Disorders are common, they may not be relevant to Asperger’s Syndrome due to its unique characteristics. All school staff therefore require ongoing training specific to Asperger’s to formulate a relevant and consistent approach working with these children. Asperger’s Syndrome falls on the autism spectrum but is distinct as…

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Nurture a Dream Campaign by eVidyaloka

My daughter has been attending the online classes since Class 5 We’re very happy that she is studying She often says that I feel very good during the classes so I will definitely go to school. Sometimes I say that today don’t go to school (due to some household chore) But she says, “I may…

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Nurturing Preschool Children’s Emotional Health Through Active Play

[music]>>NARRATOR: Research shows that active play is very important for children’s social and emotional development. During active play, children form relationships with their peers, gain confidence in their abilities, and learn to express emotions. One thing that is important for children’s emotional health is something researchers call “mastery motivation.” This is an internal desire to…

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Puppy Dog Pals The French Toast Connection Episode 47 – Green Deer

♥ Like + Comment + 2 shares helps channel! Hey there pup stars I see you started breakfast, it’s time for my breakfast – Can’t wait to make myself a couple of pieces of French. Oh well that ruins this morning oh I love to imagine There you go Roli I learnt bob being a…

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Do You Like Lasagna Milkshakes? | Ice Cream and Lasagna!? | Super Simple Songs

Do you like lasagna? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like milkshakes? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like lasagna milkshakes? No, I don’t. Yucky! Do you like avocados? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like lollipops? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like avocado lollipops? No,…

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Paul Bloom: The Psychology of Everything

Hello, my name is Paul Bloom and I’m a Professor of Psychology at Yale University. And what I want to do today is present a brief introduction to psychology, which is the science of the human mind. Now, I’m admittedly biased, but I think psychology is the most interesting of all scientific fields. It’s the…

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Do Children Need Less Nutrients Than Adults? | Chris Masterjohn Lite #124

Do children need less nutrients than adults because they’re smaller, or do they need more nutrients than adults because they’re growing? Hi. I’m Dr. Chris Masterjohn of chrismasterjohnphd.com. And this is Chris Masterjohn Lite, where the name of the game is “Details? Shmeetails. Just tell me what works!” And today we’re going to talk about…

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3 Important Nutrients That Support Brain Development

As a parent you want to do all you can to help your child achieve success in every possible way Ensuring they have a healthy diet a consistent sleep schedule and get daily exercise all play an important role in your child’s development But there are additional steps you can take to further support their…

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