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1   Link   The Power of Play
Play is a powerful learning tool. When children are playing and enjoying themselves, they naturally pay attention. It's easy to focus when you're having fun.
2   Link   Play = Learning
Dorothy Singer, Roberta Golinkoff, and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek hosted a conference called PLAY = LEARNING. They held the conference because of the pressures on young children NOT to play but to learn disembodied facts, even in the crib.
3   Link   Early Intervention for Toddlers With Autism Highly Effective, Study Finds
A novel early intervention program for very young children with autism -- some as young as 18 months -- is effective for improving IQ, language ability and social interaction, a comprehensive new study has found.
4   Link   Taming the Terrible Twos
Understanding your child's defiant behavior is the first step to knowing how to handle it.
5   Link   Don't Mourn, Organize!
As the impact of the "No Child Left Behind" (NCLB) legislation continues to unfold across the country, educators and child advocates face the difficult task of explaining how NCLB hurts schools instead of helps them. NCLB is the current version of the longstanding federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), first implemented in the 1960s.

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