The more you know, the better you are!

Learning Resources:

Note to parents, you will learn as your child grows!

You will never know it all, the best parenting skills are learned from doing!

Here at The ParentME Foundation we expect you to:

  • Ask questions
  • Be curious
  • Not understand
  • Want to know more
  • Trust yourself
  • Make mistakes
  • Learn from your mistakes
  • Never stop learning and teaching
  • Love yourself and your family

_____ Helpful Learning Resources for parents and  caregivers _______

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6 thoughts on “The more you know, the better you are!

  1. kel75092 says:

    Victoria –
    I loved that you added your expectations at the beginning of the post! I reviewed the Guidance of young children resource and am glad that you shared it!

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  2. Cheryl L. Carpenter says:

    Do you work at the ParentmeFoundation? Those were good tips for the parents. I viewed the book, Guidance of Young Children on Amazon. It seems like a nice read. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. eseweb says:

    I loved the phrase ” The more you know, the better you are.” This is very true for us as teachers and administrators. We need to know more about our children, their family background, and their parents social or economic situations. I read one of your articles by Marion, M. (2003). Guidance of young children. Columbus, OH: Merrill Prentice Hall.rticle. I learned a few things that all teachers and administrators of early childhood education should know about understanding the developmental stage of young children.
    I think that this textbook should be recommended for all early childhood teachers and administrators, especially those who have been frustrated with children’s behaviors. It will be wise that teachers learn to understand children more clearly and accurately as they observe children over long periods of time. I believe that even the most effective, experienced, and knowledgeable teacher could benefit from Marion’s philosophies. For me, discovering Marion’s principles of child development was enlightening for someone just getting into the early childhood setting. I reviewed this article and loved it. I am wandering how what do we do with children who do not pay attention in the class?

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