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How Sportscasting Helps Kids Develop Social Intelligence

How Sportscasting Helps Kids Develop Social Intelligence

Update: 2022-10-11
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Janet responds to a mother who writes that she tries to sportscast disagreements between her older two children, but since the 2-year-old isn’t verbal yet, “it’s hard when I don’t really know what he’s thinking.” She’s wondering how to sportscast situations effectively without making assumptions about what her boy may be thinking or feeling in that moment.

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How Sportscasting Helps Kids Develop Social Intelligence

How Sportscasting Helps Kids Develop Social Intelligence

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