Getting out of the way

Aldort, Naomi
June 1994
Mothering;Summer94, Issue 71, p38
Discusses the benefits for children when parents don't intervene in their children's play, creativity, learning and growth with comments, praise, advice and rewards. Teaching children to do things for their own sake and not to please others; Parental self-discipline; Deception of children.


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