kids. Friday , February 10th , 2017 - 03:33:10 AM
2) Respect: The best way to teach respectfulness is to treat your child respectfully. You should give your child the same courtesies you would give to anyone else, regardless if it is in business or pleasure. Children treat others the way their parents treat them. Your relationship with your child is the foundation for their relationships with others.
On dreary days when the weather is too wet or cold to go outside, teach your child basic cooking skills with a muffin, brownie or cake mix. Children as young as seven can be taught to read a recipe, set the temperature on an electric oven, measure out the ingredients and mix them together. Kids will need adult help putting their treats into the oven and pulling them out to cool when they are done. Nothing tastes better than a warm home-made treat during bad weather.
You can do simple things like using some patterned duct tape to wrap a pencil for school or decorate a notebook. These decorating projects are very easy for even very small children to do. Ive seen everything from decorated pens and pencils, folders and notebooks, cups and even baseball bats. The options are limitless.
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