National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine says "Parenting Matters"


Research shows that parents who know more about child development are more likely to have quality interactions with their child and to act in ways that support their child’s healthy development. And parents with knowledge of specific evidence-based parenting practices are more likely to engage in those practices. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine suggest: showing warmth and sensitivity; routines and reduced household chaos; shared book reading and talking to children; practices that promote children’s health and safety are all ways to support a child's growth 

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