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  • MF3287
    MF3287
    Soft Skills Are Success Skills

    Social emotional skills, or soft skills, include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. These skills are important contributors to success in school, at work, and in personal relationships. This lesson explains the concepts and provides activities for helping youth develop their soft skills. 8 pages, color.

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  • MF3323
    MF3323
    Building Baby's Brain: The Role of Music

    Children who grow up listening to music develop strong music-related connections in the brain. Some of these music pathways actually affect the way we think. Here is some information on how music affects our brains and ideas on how to help nurture children's love of music. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3326
    MF3326
    Building Baby's Brain: Nurturing Positive Relationships

    Over the first months of life, babies build relationships with the adults who care for them. Babies who form warm, loving relationships feel secure exploring and learning. Babies who live in an unpredictable world tend to form insecure attachments. They learn that the world is unreliable and expect later relationships to be negative. Help your baby build secure attachment relationships. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3319
    MF3319
    Building Baby's Brain: Prime Times for Learning

    Research in brain development shows there are certain windows of opportunity, known as sensitive periods, when certain parts of the brain develop most quickly. These windows are prime times for learning certain skills because the brain is ready to build networks of connections in response to what the five senses absorb. Here are some of those prime times, what to expect, and what you can do to improve brain development. 2-page, color.

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  • MF3329
    MF3329
    Building Baby's Brain: Buffering the Brain from Toxic Stress

    Children who live in unpredictable worlds, who do not have the opportunity to form a secure attachment with a caregiver, or who live in an unsafe physical environment live in a constant state of heightened stress. This severe, chronic stress can have profound and long-lasting negative effects on brain development. Buffering children from toxic stress can support early brain development. 4-page, color.

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