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comment What can be done when a child cuts his or her hair?
-1 Removing scissors from the house is not a logical consequence. Scissors can be found almost anywhere - school, friends houses.
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asked What can be done when a child cuts his or her hair?
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answered Immediate reflux/heartburn relief for a baby (8 months old)
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reviewed Approve Teaching a (almost) 3 year old she can fall asleep on her own
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reviewed Approve Is teeth grinding bad for my child?
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comment Why is my baby suddenly screaming in the bath?
If you are showing with your baby, if they are wearing a shirt, they aren't as slippery.
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comment What to do when parents disagree regarding their parenting
+1 for staying calm and teaching kids conflict resolution
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comment How do you investigate what's going on in the pre-kindergarten classroom?
Thanks! My touch mouse is a bit sensitive. :)
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comment How do you investigate what's going on in the pre-kindergarten classroom?
Depends on the school. In the public system, most teachers welcomed the help. In the Montessori schools we have been involved in (3), they asked for volunteers for very specific things, usually just field trips, not in the classroom. They did, however, have scheduled classroom visitations. They also had much lower student/teacher ratios (8:1, 11:2).