E-News - June 2013

June 2013

CEECD / SKC-ECD - WHAT'S NEW?

AN INFORMATION SHEET FOR PARENTS ON
AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOURS (Revised Edition)

       
Aggression in children
     
From screaming in the early months, to biting, kicking or slapping between 6 and 12 months, to temper tantrums in the toddler years and to the hurtful words of five-year olds, young children show signs of aggressive behaviours early on. But as they grow older and their brain matures, children learn to better control their emotions and to use alternatives to physical aggression. Find out how you can help your young child to better manage the natural course of human aggression

To learn more on Aggressiona topic recently updated by Richard E. Tremblay, PhD, read the experts’ texts and the synthesis in the Encyclopedia.

Contact us at cedje-ceecd@umontreal.ca to get free paper copies of this information sheet.
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LEARNING MORE ABOUT PLAY
IS CHILD’S PLAY

PLAY
  
Play is a fundamental right of childhood and should be part of ALL children’s life. Not only does it help children develop pre-literacy skills, problem solving skills and concentration, but play also generates social learning experiences and helps children to express possible stresses and problems.


~ Topic updated by: Peter K. Smith, PhD, Topic Editor.

To learn more on Play
, read the experts’ texts and the synthesis in the Encyclopedia.

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 The CEECD / SKC-ECD team thanks you for overwhelmingly responding to its survey and wishes you a most agreeable summer.
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We are grateful to the Margaret & Wallace McCain Family Foundation
for its financial contribution to produce this information sheet and for
funding the update of the topic on Play.



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