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Does your child learn the hard way?

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Does your child act before he thinks?    Does your child pat a dog, even though you warn him not to?   Would your child ignore a ‘wet paint, don’t touch’ sign and check it out for themselves?   If you’re busy nodding your head then chances are your child likes to learn through trial and error.    “You can tell me all you want, but I’m going to find out for myself” is their motto.    Experience is their teacher. The lessons learned at the school of hard knocks can be bitter, which makes parenting these kids pretty tough.    Inside school these kids are hands-on and tactile. They love to experiment and tinker. They learn about flight by making paper aeroplanes and flying them through their classrooms. They’ll adjust the nose, tail and wings to make it fly longer....(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)

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