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Under 3
NICHD

Is your child under three?

If so, select one of the stories below to see how some parents use RPM3 in their daily parenting activities.

baby in highchair Responding to your child in an appropriate manner
   
depressed mom Preventing risky behavior or problems before they arise
   
daycare checklist Monitoring your child’s contact with his or her surrounding world
   
dad reads story Mentoring your child to support and encourage desired behaviors
   
covering electrical outlet Modeling your own behavior to provide a consistent, positive example for your child

 

 BASIC INFORMATION

· Introduction
· So where do we start?
· RPM3: How responding, preventing, monitoring, mentoring, and modeling can help you be a successful parent
· Responding
· Prevention
· Monitoring
· Mentoring
· Modeling
· Now what should I do?
· Under 3
· Under 3: Responding
· Under 3: Prevention
· Under 3: Monitoring
· Under 3: Mentoring
· Under 3: Modeling
· Between 4 and 10
· 4 to 10: Responding
· 4 to 10: Prevention
· 4 to 10: Monitoring
· 4 to 10: Mentoring
· 4 to 10: Modeling
· Between 11 and 14
· 11 to 14: Responding
· 11 to 14: Prevention
· 11 to 14: Monitoring
· 11 to 14: Mentoring
· 11 to 14: Modeling
· RPM3 Summary
· References

 DETAILED INFORMATION

· Easing the Teasing: How Parents Can Help Their Children
· Helping Children Understand and Cope with Parental Depression
· Helping Parents Prevent Lead Poisoning
· Parenting Style and Its Correlates
· Positive Discipline
· Recent Perspectives on Charter Schools: A Review for Parents
· Stress and Young Children
· Supporting Girls in Early Adolescence
· The Debate over Spanking

 NEWS

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· Health Tip: Teach Your Child to Eat Well
· How to Keep Your Child From Getting Sick
· A Survival Guide For A Safe Holiday Season
· Enhancing Early Parent-Infant Interaction. Part Two: Positive Touch
· Specific Behaviors May Influence Family Health

 LINKS

· [2] Articles
· [2] Associations
· [5] Community
· [2] FAQs
· [45] Information
· [1] Research
· [1] Software
· [1] Self-Help

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· Bringing Up Parents
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· Family Bound
· Find Me
· For Lesbian Parents
· Inside the American Couple
· Intrusive Parenting
· Lizzy's Do's and Don'ts
· Love Works Like This
· Misconceptions
· Mothers Who Kill Their Children
· Myths of Childhood
· Ophelia's Mom
· Parenting and the Child's World
· Parenting Your Out-Of-Control Teenager
· Problem Child or Quirky Kid?
· Raising America
· Raising Kids in an Age of Terror
· Raising Resilient Children
· Strong, Smart, & Bold
· Survival Strategies for Parenting Children with Bipolar Disorder
· Surviving a Borderline Parent
· The Epidemic
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· The Nurture Assumption
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· What Our Children Teach Us
· Worried All the Time
· Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy!