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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Children's Health: Children's self-esteem already established by age five ♦ Early intervention in dyslexia can narrow achievement gap ♦ New study finds that everyday activities empower young people in care

New study finds that everyday activities empower young people in care Report reveals how everyday activities such as playing with pets, going shopping or swimming help youngsters in care.
Early intervention in dyslexia can narrow achievement gap Data demonstrate marked differences already present in first grade between typical and dyslexic readers.
Children's self-esteem already established by age five By age 5 children have a sense of self-esteem comparable in strength to that of adults.
What the [beep]? Infants link new communicative signals to meaning Researchers have long known that adults can flexibly find new ways to communicate, for example, using smoke signals or Morse code to communicate at a distance, but a new study is the first to show that this same communicative flexibility is evident even in 6-month-olds

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