Prayers In Schools

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Prayers are important for a child to learn to get to know Jesus more. It’s also important for them to sing songs. Music is essential to the way kids learn, so little kiddy worship songs are great to know. You’re probably going to sing songs with them at the piano every night anyway. At church every Sunday, make sure they are involved in the children’s programs there. It’s important for them to learn more about God in Sunday School when they’re surrounded by kids their age. I don’t know if VBS will still be around in the future, but if it is then that would be an amazing experience for your child. It’ll be an event that they will never forget. I mean I’m 16 and I still get some VBS songs stuck in my head once in a while. I want my kids to attend …show more content…
Get outlet plugs because getting electrocuted is never fun. Use baby gates for the stairs because I also don’t want my child to fall down the stairs. Always put the child in a booster seat when in a car. Put a gate around your pool if you have one. It’s never good to put your child in your backyard and always having to be nervous that they’ll fall in the pool. Be aware of when he/she is going out biking. This is probably really obvious, but make sure they always wear a helmet while on their bike! Something very serious could happen and damage your child’s head for life. Remember when Joey had to get stitches on his forehead from a biking accident at the cottage? Yeah, I don’t want that to happen to my child. Make it clear to never talk to strangers. Remember the video you watched in parenting class. Children may tell you they’ll never talk to strangers, but as soon as a puppy is involved, they might get excited and forget the man is a stranger. Be careful when you’re cooking and your child is in kitchen as well. They could just rest the hand on the stove by accident and all of a sudden have a second degree burn. Be very strict about looking both ways when crossing a street. I mean very strict because I almost got run over by a car yesterday because I didn’t look both ways. If the child is allergic to something, you better do a lot of research on that because right now I know nothing about allergies. Also …show more content…
The brick-wall, the back-bone, and the jellyfish. Please don’t be an authoritarian parent. Strict parenting is not my style and I don’t want to scare my kids. The ‘brick-wall’ sets very strict boundaries, has complete control over the child, and controls the child with fear. They punish the child to gain control. Writing those couple of sentences scared me because I never want to become that type of parent. I want to have a good relationship with my child and I don’t want to scare them to the point they don’t feel like they can’t talk to me about anything. Don’t be permissive, either. Permissive parents set little or no boundaries, they lack concern for their child, and they provide little structure to the family. As a result of this type of parenting, the child has trouble learning respect and responsibility. The ‘jellyfish’ parents don’t set clear expectations or rules. They also have a way of letting things slide when the child disobeys them. I don’t like permissive parents either because since they are distanced from their child, they barely have a relationship with the child. If a child is lying about what types of shows they’re watching on T.V., they would just have a ‘whatever’ attitude. I don’t want to respond in that way either. Instead, be authoritative. These parents have positive communication with their child. They are flexible and are able to compromise with their child. They allow children to make decisions as well and

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