overestimate their children's ability to make good decisions. Children of this
age need firm and consistent rules that are explained clearly and
compassionately. Effective parents are able to give their children enough
independence to learn from their successes and failures and at the same time
provide consistent direction and unconditional support.
Try to check in with your child every day. Ask him or her about the good and bad things that happened. And help your child learn from those experiences.
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Learning about growth and development in children ages 6 to 10 years:
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September 09, 2014
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