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Unless information is processed, organized, and applied, knowledge can become a source of frustration rather than fulfillment. Children learn to use and apply knowledge as they gain skills in planning, organizing, decision making, and problem solving. Together, these are the building blocks of resourcefulness — the ability to find and use available resources to achieve goals.

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