Jonathan Park: Adventure Series for Children of All Ages
Jonathan Park gives Opportunity to have Positive Interaction with Children
Take advantage of Jonathan Park's adventure series and have some old-fashioned family fun--it's important!
Entertainment that presents character qualities kids can learn from and which gives parents opportunities to discuss the issues presented is a treasure worth searching out.
New reports continue to explain why our society’s children are in such deep trouble. The word antisocial has now become a main theme in these reports, highlighting questions about the wrongness of kids' behaviors.
Searching HubPages alone to read about the topic is an eye-opening experience. Googling the term antisocial is overwhelming and frightening. We wonder what will become of the latest generation.
Some of the so-called antisocial behavior that is being studied comes from the technological advancements we enjoy today. One conclusion is that technology has created an atmosphere of quiet children.
A quiet child is a pleasant thought to parents who range from being ravaged by the stresses of heavy work loads all the way to parents who simply do not want to be parents. We have a responsibility to ask what it is that quiet children are doing.
Parents need to take a second look at their quiet children and assess how they can do what it would take to change some of those quiet activities. Finding ways to interact with their children is imperative.
Family Fun and Learning
Ideally, regularly interacting with children in a family setting through a variety of activities will begin at a young age and be maintained throughout childhood. Overcoming the difficulties of doing this important work can be easy if the right tools are chosen for the job.
One such tool is offered through the Jonathan Park adventure series. For 10 years this children’s adventure series has been developing and growing into a multifaceted learning program that both children and adults have come to enjoy.
Based on the idea of old-time radio drama, the topics of these story lines as well as the services and products offered on the website are modern-time escapades the whole family can enjoy, learn from, and spend time talking about together.
Designed to teach children truth, build character, and provide a variety of learning activities that include getting children moving with hours of exploration and fun, introducing children to Jonathan Park is a delightful way to say, “I love you” to them.
Are you familiar with this children's story series?
The Park and Brennan families can take you and your children into an amazing world of adventure while helping you instill important values in your children that will serve them well for their entire lives.
If you are already using Jonathan Park in your home, consider providing the Jonathan Park adventure series to a local day-care, school, or hospital in order to increase the opportunity for a wider variety of children to learn and grow.
Instead of letting what society offers through movies and television fill your child’s heart and mind, take a look at the Jonathan Park website to see what’s available to help your children rise above the effects of the age we live in.
Jonathan Park Adventure Series products make wonderful Christmas and birthday gifts for both boys and girls so you might like to shop around for the best sales of the season. What could make a better gift than one that raises the bar for children's thinking and character?
Oh yes, if you want to go about it the old-fashioned way, check this page out today and have fun listening to worthwhile entertainment with your family!
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