How we form habits, change existing ones | About 40 percent of people's daily activities are performed each day in almost the same situations, studies show. Habits emerge through associative learning. 'We find patterns of behavior that allow us to reach goals. We repeat what works, and when actions are repeated in a stable context, we form associations between cues and response,' a researcher explains. Understanding your habits, both good & bad ones help with many aspects of living.
Reading and literacy: Objectives: Given a pencil and the worksheet, students will be able to answer the questions. Given crayons, students will be able to color the picture. Program goals: To develop skills necessary for a smooth kindergarten transition.
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