The First Five Years
11:16 am
Wed January 8, 2014

The First Five Years: Parenting for Authentic Success

Credit Maryland Family Network

January 8, 2014

Children learn through experience – both success and failure.  So, children learn from their victories, and also through scraped knees, and collapsed castles.  When children learn from these incidents, we call them “successful failures.”

To learn more, visit Maryland Family Network.org. 

Additional Resources: 

Madeline Levine: Parenting for Authentic Success (KQED)

How to Raise a Child: “Teach Your Child Well” by Madeline Levine (New York Times)

Healthy Beginnings:  Supporting Development and Learning from Birth through Three Years of Age  (Maryland State Department of Education)
 

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