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Yes, Peter, the hard part is *trusting* that kids want to do things that are hard when we are taught that children are naturally lazy and only want to play Nintendo and shirk chores. I hope we can realize and change the stereotypes and bigotry adults have towards children.
If allowed to help, toddlers become great work partners later in childhood.
As I took my morning bike ride, I imagined how I would change if I were Black.
Monitoring, structuring, and protecting reduce children’s activity and health.
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