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Talk to your child's doctor. If there's something concerning you about your child's development, I would recommend talking to your child's doctor. Random internet strangers can't diagnose any conditions your child may or may not have. It's possible that your child is perfectly normal; it's possible that they might have some kind of learning disorder; it's ...


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We have a number of questions on the topic of raising bilingual children, so it's worthwhile reading them, as you'll get a much better feel for associated benefits, challenges and issues. The simple answer from all questions on this topic is that reading books from a second language will generally not confuse children - they may well switch between languages ...


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It sounds like your 3 year old as a similar temperament to our second girl. Some (most) children simply don't care if you tell them "no", because that word doesn't have any association that they find displeasing. She needs to understand that when she does something wrong, there will be a consequence that she doesn't like or enjoy. Likewise, when ...


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I let my niece make some levels on my account when she was four, and I'd say they're on a par with James' daughters levels, or thereabouts! Like his daughter, her chief goal was adding a lot of enemies to make the level hard to beat. Note that since they are both playing the levels on the same console there is no requirement for her to beat her own levels, ...


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