kids. Saturday , February 04th , 2017 - 20:41:59 PM
My point is; dogs can bring so much joy and happiness to a childs life it would be a shame to dismiss the idea of owning one out of hand. It is well documented that dogs can be hugely beneficial to the physical and mental health of the old and infirm. The same goes for kids. To see a small child running and playing with their pet dog, giggling and calling its name as the dog bounds along, its tail wagging furiously, it's a sight to warm the heart. A dog will never tease your child. Will never push them over and pinch their bike. Will never make fun of the way they look or what colour their skin is. They will just be happy to tag along and hear their name occasionally. And when your child is sick, the dog won't care. It will still be happy to sit by the childs bed and keep him company until they can go out and play again.
Helicopters Cut out a paper rectangle 5 by 2 inches. Cut lengthwise down the strip, stopping about an inch before the end. Tape this uncut inch to the end tip of a popsicle stick. Fold the bunny-ear flaps down in opposite directions. Throw off a balcony and watch it whirl and gyrate! Optional: You can notch the end of the popsicle stick to make a sling-shot helicopter. Make a quick slingshot launcher by looping a rubber band to another popsicle stick end.
By getting kids active and involved in doing things other than sitting and playing video games and showing them the right way and the right things to eat, you will be doing your child a huge favor. They will not have to go through all the teasing of being overweight in school.
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