kids. Thursday , January 12th , 2017 - 21:09:43 PM
Open communication between you and your child is one of the most vital elements of staying safe. Your child should be able to tell you right away when someone or something feels off during an online game. In addition, stay in-the-know about your childs online contacts a simple How is your online team or clan doing? can start a conversation about the people your child is interacting with.
Do not think that duct tape crafts are just for small children. That is just not so! In fact, middle school and high school classrooms are filled with duct tape purses, duct tape wallets, tote bags, flowers, jewelry and many other items that these creative minds have come up with. There are even clubs that are solely dedicated to and do nothing other than make duct tape crafts.
7. Collaborative solutions -- Let children come up with solutions for problems via your guidance and supervision. Try to allow children to work out problems with each other on their own before you intervene. If you do have to intervene, do so by asking questions rather than giving answers and always encourage respect.
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