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What is ignorance in my child?

ignorant: lacking knowledge or awareness in general; uneducated or unsophisticated
Basically this means that you did not teach them or give them the information in a way that they could understand and use.   If you don't do everything in your power to help children understand something then they may be ignorant of it!  Young children need to see, hear and be shown things several times before they get it. Telling them once will not work.  Tell them, show them, make them a chart or picture and let them practice under your close supervision until they can do it on their own.  Help them become intelligent!
Topics to help children with (not in any particular order):
  1. Spirituality
  2. Kindness to others
  3. Being polite and manners
  4. Being non-bias
  5. Controlling strong emotions
  6. Laundry
  7. How to find a good friend
  8. Cooking
  9. Taking care of their body
  10. Finances
  11. Relationships
  12. Community involvement
  13. Taking care of their homes
  14. Gardening
  15. Taking care of the planet 
  16. Taking care of animals
  17. Basic first aid
  18. Landscaping
  19. Playing an instrument
  20. Speaking multiple languages
  21. Lots of others!!!


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