Parents as you observe and interact with you child does it give you a sense of joy? Maybe you are mindful of the times you have seen your child playing with a tree branch in your yard and wondered how children find energy for lives simple pleasures?
Finding positive outlets for children provide for proper childhood development. Many children today find electronic devices fun and playful however does this teach them proper family communication and good moral character?
Many are suffering from the "Hot Stove Syndrome.” Although you’ve have tried to teach your child not to touch the hot stove, otherwise they will get burned. The majority of them touch the hot stove regardless of sound instruction.
Numismatics provides for a means of educating your child about the biography of our Presidents. Although, technological changes take place throughout history, human fallible nature has never changed.
Teaching your child about the various Presidential scandals and imperfections and their costs sets a basis for them learning how to develop good moral character. Teaching your children the costs of human failure curtails the impulsiveness of the "Hot Stove Syndrome.”
This learning project isn't to teach perfectionism, rather it is to maintain self esteem and confidence while introspecting into our imperfect human natures.
Enjoy the dialogue between you and your child. Try making the lessons interesting and fun, buy or rent a costume of a President this Halloween to improve the visual educational effects.
"Secret Lives of the Presidents" a book by Cormac O'Brien and Monika Suteski may prove useful for this project.
Although finding a rare coin in circulation is unlikely; nobody can forecast the future value of modern minted coins. Buying a modern silver proof set today certainly would provide artistic aesthetic beauty for good eye appeal.
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