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Children who regularly practice family routines exhibit higher social-emotional health

March 7, 2014

Children who regularly practice family routines exhibit higher social-emotional health

Children who regularly sing, play, story-tell and eat dinner with their families tend to have higher social-emotional health, new research shows. Researchers believe that being cared for in stimulating and nurturing environments in early life, with regular participation in predictable family routines, reflects greater family organization and can provide a sense of security and belonging. It also may positively impact children’s SEH before school entry and contribute to their future school and life success.

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