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Hayleym

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From the http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/strategies.html, my favorite resource is the Practical Strategies for Teachers/Caregivers page because it lists Scripted Stories for Social Situations that you could possibly get stuck in to help you find ways to react in a positive way in that situation. From https://www.handinhandparenting.org/ my favorite resource is the Setting Limits With Children article because I feel like in child care, some caregivers find it difficult to set boundaries with the children, but this article explains exactly why it's important to set limits and rules with the children and make you feel more comfortable about it.
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From http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/guidelines.html, my favorite resource is the decision making guideline because it lets you know how you can get help when seeking outside help for children's behavior. 
From https://www.handinhandparenting.org/, I really like the parenting tools because there is a lot of guidance online for parents who have challenges parenting a child, making your child sleep and separation anxiety.
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from the website http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/ i liked the list of books to support social and emotional development
also the handinhandparenting.com websites article on healthy discapline and setting limits with children
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larenndixon

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From http://csefel.vanderbilt.edu/resources/guidelines.html, my favorite resource is the decision making guideline because it lets you know how you can get help when seeking outside help for children's behavior. 
From https://www.handinhandparenting.org/, I really like the parenting tools because there is a lot of guidance online for parents who have challenges parenting a child, making your child sleep and separation anxiety.
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from http://csefel.vandderbit.edu/resourses/guidline.html, i liked the list of books, to support social media, and emmotional development. I enjoyed the parenting tools. 
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http://csefel.vanderbit.edu//resourses/guidline.html, i really enjoyed the books and they support social media and emmotional development. 

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