How to Become a Superhero for Your Kids: 4 Things Parents Need to Know by Rob Fox

Fatherhood
a year ago
How to Become a Superhero for Your Kids: 4 Things Parents Need to Know

Become a superhero for young children and be an influential role model! Here's some information to help, Mom and Dad:

  • Promote integrity, courage and strength, empower and recognize individuality and let them shine with their own unique personality traits. 
  • Provide opportunities that engage children in open-ended activities that fully promote direction of there own learning and enhancement of their own learning.
  • Take time to recognize kids – often young children are not fully respected.
  • Young children are not allowed to have grumpy moods, disrespectful tones and bad attitudes for we are driven to conformity that is well above what they are capable of. 

Let's honor the creative child, the hyperactive child, the shy child. Be that superhero that promotes powerful opportunities that encompasses true values and skills! Live to set your own agenda!

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
"...recognize individuality and let them shine with their own unique personality traits." I just love this, Rob Fox ! Thank you for this very inspiring post. We can be superheroes for our kids, and we should be. Looking forward to reading more from you!
Mike Prochaska
Yeah i am excited rob Fox wrote his first rtip
Michael Kennedy
Well said Rob. Embracing the whole child, not just the one abiding by societal conformity helps the parental and development big pictures tremendously.

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