kids. Saturday , August 19th , 2017 - 14:40:50 PM
Now, there are obviously going to be some kids who just want to cause trouble. However, generally Martial Arts are only learned by those who are serious about the practice. All Martial Arts require some form of focus and kids who are just out to cause trouble and fight all the time will not be able to stick with Martial Arts for long.
Next give the child some money ( use board game money if you feel you are uncomfortable with your child using real money. Allow the child to 'buy certain items' and help them add and subtract from the total they have in their possession.
A table, a pencil, a calculator and an exercise book - not very appealing right? By letting a child see this in a room in your house is not going to fill them with much excitement ( much the opposite really! ). The home is your weapon so why not try to use one of his/her board games as a teaching tools - dice are a numerical tool after all. What about a deck of cards? Even games like 'snap' have an added mathematical element to them.
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