Marisol Mac kids, 2017-01-24 06:15:16. You could make up a story about a famous person (either deceased or still living) such as Jesus Christ, Alexander the Great or Justin Timberlake (might be best to try to stick roughly to known facts).
Sonja Mairenn kids, 2017-01-25 04:36:00. Last, but definitely not least is visibility. There are tons of ways to make your child visible both to others walking, but to those in vehicles. There are flashlights, glow sticks, glow neclaces, bracelets, etc. to keep your child easy to see. There are even crafts to make your own reflective halloween spooky neclaces. Whichever way that you decide to keep your child lit up, they will be safer than if they aren't able to be seen.
Clarissa Bancroft kids, 2017-01-25 01:02:48. One thing shouldn't be said to a child is "Stop being a crybaby, idiot, etc" in front of a child's friends. A child may be acting like an actual crybaby or idiot and a parent may think they have every right to say so, but they shouldn't criticize a child's behavior in front of others. It would be better to talk privately to the child about their behavior.
Sela Anamarija kids, 2017-01-25 19:30:41. You can talk to your child in age appropriate levels to help start the idea of helping people out. Simple lessons about a character with a specific problem like being hungry or tired can be told. Ask your child what they would do to help the character. The most common answer is the buy them something. At this point tell them the character just cant afford it. Follow this up quickly with an upbeat way of saying they can help out by raising funds for the character.
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