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Ifeoluwa Adeoti
Mummy of Million Babies| Aspiring Paediatrician| Child Health Advocate| Founder, DCHF. Interests: Kids, Travel, Medicine
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Bernard van Leer Fdn Jun 13
When parents talk, sing and play with their babies, they help to build a healthy brain 🧠 that is wired to learn and interact with others. We , do you?
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HarvardCenter Jun 9
Infants love to copy adults. When they imitate, they have to keep track of your actions, remember them, wait their turn, and then recall what you did. In doing so, they practice attention, working memory, and self-control.
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Moving Minds Alliance May 13
“If we want to make a difference in children’s lives, we must empower the people who care for them.” - Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D. via
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HarvardCenter May 13
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HarvardCenter May 9
What's the best way to motivate children? The ingredients of play are precisely the ones that fuel learning! When life is busy or chaotic, it can be hard to find the time & space to encourage children’s play, but this is an important aspect of development
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HarvardCenter May 2
skills provide critical supports for learning and development. While we aren't born with these skills, we are born with the potential to develop them through interactions and practice.
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HarvardCenter May 1
interactions are an important & fun part of child development. By noticing serves, you’ll learn a lot about children’s abilities, interests, & needs. You’ll encourage them to explore & you’ll strengthen the bond between you!
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UNICEF Education Apr 19
Play is one of the most important ways in which children gain essential knowledge and skills. It allows children to communicate ideas & understand others through social interaction 😊💚💛! For every child, play!
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The LEGO Foundation Apr 12
Learn why play is important for all human beings (not just children) from
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The LEGO Foundation Apr 5
Here's why it’s important to get stuck in and play with children!
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Ifeoluwa Adeoti Apr 5
This week, it was such an amazing time participating at the : Unlocking the power of parenting. Thank you for such a playful and learning atmosphere.
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Fitsum Z. Mulugeta Apr 3
'Services that are standardized have the shortcoming of being personalized to the particular needs of an individual child ... this is where technology may come in - providing a personalized solution'
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Ollie Bray Apr 2
"Get the people in place and the plan will follow" via: Jack P. Shonkoff <----- couldn't agree more!
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Alejandro Ordóñez G. Apr 2
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Pia Rebello Britto Apr 2
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The LEGO Foundation Apr 2
The LEGO Idea Conference 2019 has started. Check out this video about Unlocking the Power of Parenting which kicked off the Opening Plenary & follow conversations on
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The LEGO Foundation Apr 2
. Chief of Early Childhood Development Dr. Pia Rebello Britto takes the stage at conference. Please check out the great work by UNICEF on
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Fitsum Z. Mulugeta Apr 2
'The power of parenting is derived by "serve and return" interaction - Jack Shonkoff
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Sally Hogg Apr 2
Jack Shonkoff wins the Lego Prize for his work sharing the importance of the early life. In the film about his work he says ‘Once you understand the science, you can’t walk away, you must continue to work as hard as you can’
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Diego Adame Apr 2
All parents in all contexts share the same aspiration: that their children are as happy as they can be:
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