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Watching a child struggle to solve a problem on their own without interfering can be difficult to do. If you have been truly present with your child, and connected with them in a real way, it will be easier to let go and allow them to play by themselves or to work at mastering a task such as putting on their own socks. I know that I often want to swoop in and hand them that thing they are struggling to reach, or to switch their shoes so that they are on the right feet, but true learning comes from trial and error. That means they try, and sometimes, they fail. It is through the mistakes that children learn what to adjust for the next time. Because there will be a next time. That is when fostering perseverance pays off. ~Mr. Jay

Read more tips on perseverance at our blog: http://littleschoolhouseinthewoods.com/fostering-perseverance-early-childhood/
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We have a wonderful summer camp planned! Learn more here: http://littleschoolhouseinthewoods.com/summer-camp-2015/ #summercamp   #forestschool  
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Howdy! We have a wonderful summer camp program for June 1-5, 2015, for children ages 3 and up! It is going to be so much fun! Learn more here: http://littleschoolhouseinthewoods.com/summer-camp-2015
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