We have to learn how to appreciate our imagination. We all have it. We may think we don’t, but we do. Without even realizing it, you use it. Everyday. The more it’s acknowledged and recognized, the more it’s used. The more it’s used, the more our lives can change.
Mommy, what is Thanksgiving?” “Daddy, why did the Pilgrims leave their country?”
“Why do we eat turkey?” A brief and easy read for a Thanksgiving description.
Will you seize the moment if it means your child will be embarrassed or even get in trouble at school, or will you not? “Should I get my child to take responsibility for something that was his fault? But he’ll get in trouble at school if he admits to it. He learned from it, so we should just move on. I don’t have the time to deal with it.”
Helping children learn gratitude is one of the most important things a parent can teach their children.
Autumn, crafts, and children! Pinecone wreathes, picture frames made out of Popsicle sticks and leaves, pinecones with a drop of red and orange glitter glue on each petal, and the list goes one.
Grab the chance to join the journey!
Dads are taking bigger roles in their children’s lives.
When traditional school isn’t working out for your child. There are many options available. Just watch your child, and he or she will show you exactly how they need to learn. Our roles as parents is to just keep searching for what works best.