AffiliationFamily & Consumer Resources, Norton School of
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AbstractParent-child involvement changes when children enter school. Rather than actively doing things for their children, the parents' role is to help the children do things for themselves. This publication addresses the issue of how to help children from ages 4 to 8 to make decisions. It outlines the skills and the process of making decisions, and also briefly discusses what kind of decisions children can make and what benefits children can get from this process.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1039
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