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How does a child bloom?


  1.  Sprinkle seeds of love (a love that lasts “No Matter What”).
  2. Ground them with roots of understanding ( that allows each child to have their unique strengths, interests, and needs met).
  3. Provide warmth (that surrounds the child in comfort and trust).
  4. Provide water and safety (that cleanses the dirt and harm away).
  5. Let the growth begin.
  6. Each flower will take on their own stem and their pace of growth will be unique to them.
  7. Provide them with care and experiences that lead to physical, cognitive, social, emotional and linguistic growth.
  8. Factor in all the people and experiences which surround and support the child.
  9. Suddenly, you will see the whole child bloom.

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