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Search results for "Primary School Child Development"Found 38 results

38 trusted resources for Primary School Child Development

  1. Child development: 5-6 years

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Many children begin school at five. This is because by five most children have developed enough independence and understanding to enable them to cope away from home for such a length of time.

  2. Child development: 6-9 years

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Each age in the 'middle years' tends to have its own special characteristics, six can be a bit bossy, demanding, seven tends to worry, take life seriously, eight enthusiastic, outgoing, nine independent and rather rebellious.

  3. Encouraging school-age creative and artistic development

    Raising Children Network

    Ideas for encouraging creativity in school-age children, with tips for getting school children involved in activities with art, construction, music, drama and dance.

  4. Feelings: school-age children

    Raising Children Network

    A guide to your school-age child’s emotions and feelings, and play ideas to help develop feelings and emotions. Includes information on making friends.

  5. Thinking: school-age children

    Raising Children Network

    A guide to how your school-age child thinks, with information on school children's cognitive and mental development. Includes play ideas and games to help school kids' thinking and cognition skills develop.

  6. Starting school (easy read)

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Going to school for the first time can be scary. Where do I sit? Where do I put my lunchbox? When do I eat my lunch?

  7. School-age development: in a nutshell

    Raising Children Network

    This in-a-nutshell guide provides an overview of social, emotional and intellectual development for children aged 5-8 years.

  8. Television and children

    Raising Children Network

    A discussion of how television affects children.

  9. How school-age children communicate

    Raising Children Network

    A guide to school-age communication,including how school children communicate, and school-age communication, talking and thinking skills.

  10. School-age children at play

    Raising Children Network

    An introduction to the type of play school-age children enjoy and how play help school kids develop socially, emotionally and mentally. Includes play ideas to help school children's development.