"Because I Like You"

Miller, Susan A.
February 2004
Scholastic Parent & Child;Feb/Mar2004, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p58
Each day, there are countless opportunities for young children to learn about and perform acts of kindness and affection. Because acts of kindness may not be natural for all young children, lots of positive models in everyday situations are needed. Young children really do want to please the people they love. The article presents methods that can be used to encourage a child to care for others and to express his loving feelings, which will help him connect in positive ways with the world around him.


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