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Whether it's deciding to practice an important fine motor skill like painting or focus on age-appropriate gross motor activities for kids like jumping rope, children love creating their own schedules. In fact, being responsible is a critical social skill for young children and it's important to help children learn to make responsible choices. The key in helping children learn to make responsible decisions is to give them lots of practice.
 
If you set up the choice-making situation well, you can accomplish two important things – you will give your child practice making choices and sticking to them and you may also get better compliance since kids usually are more willing to do something they decided on themselves. READ MORE...

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