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Word Searches For Kids
Delayed milestone?: Your child should have an evaluation by either a child psychiatrist or a developmental pediatrician to rule out the possible existence of some sort of developmental delays or other problems. Our website is: www.Ascap.Org. Best wishes to you and your family. ...Read more
I'm a really smart kid. I notice i can't do cross words or puzzles and even bubble in multiple choice!? All things i was very good at! not normal ?
Learning Challenges: If you are having challenges w crosswords, puzzles, you might have a learning difference. Some people have problems processing information although they are bright. Test anxiety can make it very difficult to succeed in multiple choice tests. Local community college counseling dept can help you sort out your learning styles. Don't give up- albert einstein, thomas edison also had learning problems! ...Read more
My child is 3.5 yrs.Old son but still cannot say a phrase of words and cannot get him focus on what you are saying to him, is he still young or his dev?
Speech delay: Although boys in general speak later than girls, its time to find out whats causing you childs speech delay. Make an appointment with an audiologist first to make sure your childs hearing is intact. Then make an appointment with a neuro-developmentalist or a neurologist for an evaluation. ...Read more
In psychology, : "neologism" is the use of words that have meaning only to the person who uses them, independent of their common meaning. "Coining" new words occurs both in typically-developing children & in children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. If you are concerned about the child's social, communicative & sensorimotor skills, have his pediatrician use age-appropriate screening tests to advise you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Is it really carbohydrates needed for kids growth?
in other words, does the low carbohydrates affects badly kids?
what are researches support y
Balanced diet: Children need a balanced diet with protein, carbohydrates and fats. The amount of each varies by age. More importantly is that children need nutritious foods and very little processed foods and refined sugars in their diet. Children need to be given fruits for snacks instead of candy and chips. They need to drink water, milk or juices instead of sodas. ...Read more
Anybody know what to tell a child that would make fun of somebody for a physical "handicap" or use the r word?
It is wrong: Many times children copy what they see and hear at home? Is it possible you may say something cruelly about others, and not meaning it? We are not perfect, and we must learn to understand and care for others, regardless of disabilities or other differences. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer