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Jim Eagen

I remember the moment I became skeptical of adults. It was in third grade, when my wonderfully kind and caring teacher circled all of us up on the rug in her room and began to put us in reading groups. There were three groups: A, B and C. A was for the most advanced readers, B for those who were proficient, and C for those who were emerging. 

Despite what some adults might think or even want, children don’t believe everything they are told. Children over 6 years of age are more likely to seek out additional information than 4- and 5-year olds. And as your children age, they become even more skeptical of what adults tell them. This is not only normal, it’s a good thing.

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