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Re: Entertainment

Postby DavidSt » Sun Oct 29, 2017 8:22 pm

I akso have a child and my child also doesn't sit on one place. My child can play one game or play with one toy. So I try to play with her and to think over about the next entertainment in several seconds. I don't think that you should ask for help as for kinds of entertainment. Look attentively at your child, your child will prompt you what to do. Just be attentive.

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Re: Entertainment

Postby Edgar » Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:30 pm

As for me, I don't have some games or something else what I do beforehand, but I always find new geme, every time I need it. Usually, my child helps me with that, the only thing I should do for sure is to be attentive to my little child. She always show me what to do. And I always play with her.

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Re: Entertainment

Postby Dorian » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:06 am

Kids can be entertained in thousands of different ways, yet adults and older teens often run out of ideas when a bored child puts them on the spot. You can avoid this by familiarizing yourself with the many different ways you can keep a child happy and engaged. To raise a well-rounded kid, try focusing on activities that promote useful skills and good habits while limiting passive entertainment. Give younger kids a coloring book. Coloring books are a great low-energy activity for little kids. Just give them a book and some crayons, markers, or colored pencils. You don't have to buy coloring books from a store. Search online for free coloring book pages that you can print out. If you don't have a home computer or printer, find out if your local library has any available for use.

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