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There is a broad societal need to endorse early childhood health education.

The development of the child’s brain determines who the child becomes and how the child behaves.

With the neuroscience of the brain development unfolding, it has become known that toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarteners are operating primarily from the limbic system or, as more commonly known, the emotional part of the brain.

  • The emotional brain supports a variety of functions including behavior, motivation and long-term memory that are responsible for habits and preferences. It is during this time that the brain undergoes its most dramatic growth. Early preferences and experiences influence the physical architecture of the brain, shaping the neural connections in a child’s developing brain.
  • To form or break a habit, it’s important to know how to engage the brain’s cooperation. The early years of life lay the foundation for child’s development today and during the course of her or his life. Some developmental specialists have come to the conclusion that if ‘critical periods’ in the brain’s development are not utilized, opportunities are lost.
  • Due to the brain plasticity, knowledge gained through early childhood health education can be retained by our children.

 

 

 

Letter From The White House 
The Institute of Responsible Nutrition 
Letter From Governor 
Lotus Medical Care Support 
Letter From Capital Health 
Letter from Capital Health 
Press Support 

Mayor Eric Jackson, the City of Trenton.

 

 

 

Collaboration of Let's Help Let's Move with The Children's Home Society of New Jersey.

 

     

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