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Ifeoluwa Adeoti
Mummy of Million Babies| Paediatrician in the making| Child Health Advocate| Founder, DCHF. Interests: Kids, Travel, Medicine
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World Vision USA Feb 3
“But may the God of all grace, who called us to His eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after you have suffered a while, perfect, establish, strengthen, and settle you” 1 Peter 5:10.
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The Goddard School Feb 1
"Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart." - Winnie the Pooh
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The LEGO Foundation Jan 29
50 years of celebrating toddlers and their innate urge to learn and develop through play. Happy 50th birthday to DUPLO.
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HarvardCenter Jan 28
Are you interested in learning more about the science behind ? Read our working paper to find out how motivation systems develop, how they can be disrupted, and implications for parents, caregivers, teachers, and policymakers:
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Charlotte Petri Gornitzka Jan 24
Great for to join the . Together, we can help ensure every child gets to benefit from the power of play.
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Jan 16
I couldn't register. There is an space where I have to fill in my state and there are only options for states in The Us.
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Doyin 🌍 Jan 8
How to travel almost free, 2019 edition. 🌍✈️ Sharing how I get by with travel deals, travel apps, travel hacks, sponsored travel & travel collaborations to travel for close to nothing. Y’all ready? Issa thread:
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Jan 7
Types of Important to A Child's Unoccupied play, Independent or solitary play, Onlooker play, Parallel play, Associative play & Cooperative play.
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Kim de Blecourt Jan 7
Global Orphans Facts: The Numbers Total estimated number of orphans worldwide: 153 million Estimated number that have lost only their mother: 34.5 million Estimated number that have lost only their father: 101...
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Jan 6
Replying to @theufuoma @Djadesolah
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Jan 6
Schools time reminder : is the key to physical, mental, intellectual and social well being of children. play an important role in ’s daily life for fulfilling their interest, development and learning needs. Ensure access to inclusive
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ISSA Jan 3
Early learning: children’s inattention is often smart - "Children guide their own early learning. They look elsewhere when learning slows, either because they’ve mastered the material or it’s become too difficult. Inattention can aid child development." -
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Nancy Tarshis Dec 3
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1,000 Days Dec 28
A child’s brain makes more than 1 million neural connections every second. That’s why the .
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
Replying to @adeoti_ifeoluwa
Mother Theresa said "We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop".
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
Replying to @adeoti_ifeoluwa
This is what we're called to do as humans; lending a helping hand to one another. It's a clarion call to all who are privileged to support these individuals: these and fulfill this great mandate.
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
Replying to @adeoti_ifeoluwa
I'd reflected on the different types of kids in these children's homes spread across the country: the abandoned, the rescued, the motherless children. I'm inspired by individuals who I will best describe as angels in human forms, taking it as their obligation to take care of them
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
Replying to @adeoti_ifeoluwa
Id also been exposed to some of the greatest needs of life around us. These needs don't literally beg for our attention but they are very vital. One basic thing that describes in totality the greatest need of children is Love. Every child needs attention, everychildneedstobeloved
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
Replying to @adeoti_ifeoluwa
One of the lesson I'd learnt is that of gratitude. As humans, we tend to take for granted the enormous blessings of life which we are to be grateful for with every breath we take.
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Dec 28
I've had some of life's most humbling experiences in the year 2018 and the final months of the year being the most epic of all. I had visited about 50 orphanages spread across different states in Nigeria: an experience of a lifetime. Each visit was worth every step of it
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