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 Why do children under the age of one act the way they do?

Answer What do you mean act the way they do? They are infants, they are exploring trying to teach themselves new things to help them so as they get older they are able to develop at a normal rate.
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What was the name of that family in the 1970s that adopted all those children including several special needs children and was the subject of television specials following those children's lives?

theres only a 2 percetile of children getting out of special ed. I was one of them and it takes hard work, determination, and sacrifices.
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Mr square has nine children The children were all born at regular intervals This means that the same number of years between any child and their next younger sibling is the same The children from?

Which Children learn faster deaf children or hearing children?

Neither. Although there are always individual differences, there is no reason to believe that a deaf child would be either more or less intelligent than a hearing child. Studies have shown that whe... Read More »
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What was the name of the children's tv show that allowed children to draw on an acetate affixed on the tv screen This was in the 1950's?

Winkey-Dink and you, or winkey dink, for short. I can imagine this could damage the then expensive TV screens if practiced enough.
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