As a parent are you giving your child the best chance to suceed in a society that is constanly shifting to more advanced technological process?

Thursday, July 30, 2009

After your child graduates from high school will you be able to "Honestly" say you did everything within your power to prepare them to be competitively and have an opportunity to succeed in society. Yes it is true, there are no guarantees in life!The process of grooming your children begins early as possible. Have you done anything to motivate your children to participate in various sports. One of the many topics they learn about is the importance of teamwork in each of these sports. Maybe some of the lessons they learn they will remember and put to good use. Just because your child is involved in sports is not the answer to preparing your child for a productive, successful life after completing high school.

There is a lot more to the equation than just sports. Spending quality time developing their intellect. Doing things together as a family will make it more fun and even more so more beneficial to helping your child learn new information. Libraries contain all types of information to assist your child as well as Flashcards, Computer Programs, and even workshops for all ages. The essential aspect is for them to learn new information.The more exposure the better and of course within reason people! Not going to work my child to death! LOL

The reason I discussed the importance of sports and other learning opportunities is that it teaches skills and invaluable lessons that will serve them well years down the road in college, and during your career path you will have to understand the definition of teamwork. Then there will be situations where you will put your knowledge and practical experience to use. Remember, some of those lessons from baseball in the 5th grade? By equipping your child with the "Right Educational Tools" they will be able to rise to the occasion.


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