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Best Answer Cathy says
You are correct. I overlooked the "small" so my answer should have been more in line with yours. thanks for pointing that out.
I like the idea of teaching the love of learning. That is not what they do in public schools in California/ No love of learning here at all.
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Rod Martin Jr says
Totally agree with you. My daughter's school and nursery have taught her to treat others the way we would like to be treated, always remember manners and to look after each other. They are important lessons that are often missed these days.
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Chitrangada Sharan says
I completely agree. We need to teach children to love themselves so that they can love others. We don't allow the S word in our house either.
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Celeste Wilson says
Since i can't delete my comment or correct it i can only apologize for misreading the question. Obviously in directing an answer to "small" children, my response is overstated and inappropriate.
Actually, I don't think your answer was too overstated. I think its important that children discuss the issues in our world; they are exposed to them from an early age, as they listen to adults talking, or they see the news.
d. william i don't think you should apologize. I agree with your answer and believe with the things happening in the world today, it's never too lTe.
No worries. I believe that proper dental care is part of sex education. Teaching kids to take care of themselves and treat themselves respectfully reduces victimization.
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