101 Things Every Kid Should Do Growing Up
A wealth of creative experiences for building a well-rounded childhood.
This hands-on, imaginative book offers 101 experiences every child should have as they grow toward adulthood. Each entree provides practical suggestions that help you make each of these experiences a reality. The examples include:
--Every child should believe in things that can't be seen-which offers details on how a child can create a special drawstring bag for the nap fairy or elf who can leave behind small rewards.
--Every child should catch snowflakes on his tongue and eyelashes-which explains how a child can also capture a snowflake using cardboard.
--Every child should publish a book-which describes how your youngster can go about becoming his or her own publisher.
--Every child should camp out in the backyard-which also shows how your youngster can do precisely that in his or her own living room if no yard exists.
--Every child should have a dream for the future and an adult who believes in that dream.
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