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Emperor penguins share parenting responsibility. They mate for life and if their…

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Good article.Executive dysfunction is a term for the range of cognitive, emotional and behavioural difficulties which often occur after injury to the frontal lobes of the brain. Impairment of executive functions is common after an abi and has a profound effect on many aspects of everyday life.This factsheet explains what executive functions are, why they are so important and which part of the brain is responsible for controlling them. Very useful.

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The Road to Responsible Spending. Teaching Your Kids About Money #infographic #Finance #Parenting
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The Road to Responsible Spending. Teaching Your Kids About Money #infographic

The Road to Responsible Spending. Teaching Your Kids About Money #infographic #Finance #Parenting

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from Penny Pinchin’ Mom® -- Tips on Family, Recipes, Money and More!

Simple to Use After School Checklist For Kids

Back to School time! Help your kids create an after school schedule or after school routine with this free printable.

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from Sleeping Should Be Easy

Responsibilities: 7 Reasons Kids Need Them (Plus a Few Examples)

Do you pick up after your kids, or do everything for them—from putting clothes in the hamper to organizing toys? It may be time to stop. Giving kids chores and responsibilities has many benefits, both for parents and kids. Here are 7 reasons your kids need responsibilities.

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Amazing fun way for kids to earn spending money and learn responsibilities! Definitely be trying this one

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Rap Monster & Jin sharing the parenting responsibility with baby Jungkook

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The UN convention on the rights of the child in child friendly language. Let them know their own rights.

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from The Joyful Organizer

Chores By Age

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UN Convention on the Rights of the Child In Child Friendly Language | Save the Children’s Resource Centre

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