kids. Sunday , March 19th , 2017 - 15:38:06 PM
The next step was to clean their room -- how many mothers can make their way to the laundry basket in a two child room? A few hours were put aside each day after school for getting their room clean and organized...but not too many hours as to where they would have no playtime. After all, kids do not get enough playtime at school these days -- or at least to my way of thinking, but fun is a "big" thing to us...so I guess playtime is too.
How excited would your kids get if you present them with an opportunity to learn about physical science? What about basic math concepts for young kids or electronic circuitry for older kids? Most kids would be looking for the door.
A large percentage of 11 year old children already have fillings in their teeth. These fillings have a life of 5-10 years, so these individuals will be visiting the dentist regularly for life. Some children have no fillings whatsoever, and this is not because their parents are any more successful in teaching dental hygiene. My own daughter is 19, she eats chocolate and sweets like there is no tomorrow, has thin enamel on her back teeth, cleans her teeth somewhat minimally once a day and she still has no fillings! Just lucky.
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