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Behind every confident learner is a parent who believes in their abilities first.

The foundation of effective parenting starts with believing in your child's capabilities and encouraging them with the right support system. Have faith that they can do and they will start believing in that faith. And trying is all the winning!

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Children learn best by imitation, so be more careful of what you do than what you teach.

The best way to teach your child is to lead by example. They are likely to imitate the right habits, social etiquettes, emotional behaviors and ways to communicate by observing parents. Nurture young minds by your actions well!

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Slide 1
Behind every confident learner is a parent who believes in their abilities first.

The foundation of effective parenting starts with believing in your child's capabilities and encouraging them with the right support system. Have faith that they can do and they will start believing in that faith. And trying is all the winning!

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Children learn best by imitation, so be more careful of what you do than what you teach.

The best way to teach your child is to lead by example. They are likely to imitate the right habits, social etiquettes, emotional behaviors and ways to communicate by observing parents. Nurture young minds by your actions well!

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Slide 1
Behind every confident learner is a parent who believes in their abilities first.

The foundation of effective parenting starts with believing in your child's capabilities and encouraging them with the right support system. Have faith that they can do and they will start believing in that faith. And trying is all the winning!

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Children learn best by imitation, so be more careful of what you do than what you teach.

The best way to teach your child is to lead by example. They are likely to imitate the right habits, social etiquettes, emotional behaviors and ways to communicate by observing parents. Nurture young minds by your actions well!

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