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Love, Language & Literature

The 3 Keys to Early Childhood Parenting
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Graham Scharf

on 17 March 2014

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Transcript of Love, Language & Literature

The Apprenticeship of Being Human
3 Keys to Early Parenting
Dreams
What do you want for your children?
Character
Competence
Creativity
Collaboration
Dreams
Reality
1. Love
2. Language
3. Literature

Affection
Affirmation
Attachment
How do you become good at something?
How do you become bad at something?
How can you form habits of:
Love, Language and Literature
. . . that form:
Character, Competence, Creativity & Collaboration?
Thank you!
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Attachment
Birth - Age 2
Authority
Age 1-5
Affirmation
Age 1+
Birth
Early Childhood
School Age
Is it good to be me, here with you?
Who is in charge here?
Is it good to be me?
Love
Ways You Give Love
Ways Your Child
Expresses Love
Ways Your Child
Receives Love
Language
Attentiveness
Affirmation
Inquisitiveness
Literature
Articulation
Empathy
Imagination
Glory
Practice
H
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Session 1
Break!
Session 2
The Apprenticeship of Being Human
The Science of Brain Development
The Power of Habit
The Primacy of Character
Get to know each other!
What is your favorite toy?
What is your favorite children's book?
What is your favorite outing with your kids?
Love, Language & Literature
Identify your desires
Choose a routine
Parent in community
How had the Lord Jesus made us to learn?
By imitation and repetition.
How has the Lord Jesus enabled us to lead?
By love.
In Conclusion:
We and our children are made for glory.
Children learn by imitation and repetition - by apprenticeship.
Parents lead by love, language and literature.
Secure in Love:
If you are not secure in love, you will
have performance anxiety
try to control your children
model insecurity for your children
How has the Lord Jesus made us to lead?
From love. By love. To love.
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