kids. Monday , May 08th , 2017 - 12:53:36 PM
Hide and Seek: In this very old classic game of hide and seek, you need a bare minimum of 2 players. The more players the more fun, and challenging! One person closes his eyes/covers his/her eyes, and usually counts to at least 20 or more, whatever they decide how much to count up to. Most likely never over 30, but this game can be modified to whatever they decide beforehand. While he/she counts, the others go find a place to "Hide" and try not to be seen by the person counting. When the person succeeds in finding the "lost" person, that person found, has to be the one counting.
It is also a good idea to discuss situations and the expected behaviors prior to being in a situation. Teach our child some vow verbal communication where they can quietly and politely get your attention and you have a way of acknowledging them so they can be patient. Be sure to reward them initially in private. Later on your praise will be sufficient. Can we please get back to a generation of respect and courtesy?Summer is almost here and parents are looking for ways to keep their kids entertained, engaged and learning. Many families will enroll children in music lessons over the summer, but there are other economical ways to introduce kids to the joy of playing an instrument.
If your child is not paired with the right drum lessons he may have a hard time in learning to play the drum and may not enjoy learning the instrument as much as he thought. So, if you use a teaching method that uses rote theory and repetition, when the child is a hands on learner, the child will fail at this children drum class and choose to quit.
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