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Hobbies for Kids
« on: 27 April 2008 at 23:03 »
Its a good idea to give your kids worthwhile hobbies. I suppose this is a list of Creator approved hobbies.

1. Encourage kids to draw, paint, read and write stories.

2, My boys liked to build model aircraft and tanks etc. A good selection of German models are available and encourage a sense of identity history and industrial design. Model making also has the benefit of  training the young mind to be logical, practical and analytical.

3, Outdoor hobbies are good, camping, mountain, climbing, fishing.

4, My kids all have different interests from bird watching to tree climbing and fossil collecting. Anything connecting the young mind to the natural world is great.
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Re: Hobbies for Kids
« Reply #1 on: 27 August 2008 at 00:31 »
I definitely think outdoor hobbies are great for kids and are a great way for them to learn about nature and the basic laws that govern it. What could shatter the idea of equality in a child more than witnessing first hand a hawk swooping down and devouring a rabbit? Hunting is also a great way to introduce firearms with children.

Also, make sure to tap into their artistic abilities, be it drawing, painting, drama, music, etc. as it seems almost all children have some degree of ability in one of those fields.

I think another big thing would be sports, as having athletic healthy children is very important. I wrestled in school and took martial arts as well, so not only was I fit, but also I was able to fight early on. If I remember correctly, Mr. Klassen recommends all white men learn how to box in Nature's Eternal Religion. I think things like wrestling, boxing, or martial arts are a great way for young boys to learn how to channel their aggression and use up all that energy they have, while giving them valuable tools for the future.

No matter what your child's interests though, I think you should stand by them and support them. Even if Johnny would rather learn to play the guitar as opposed to being the all American football hero, you still need to be there and show that you are proud of them. Just my thoughts on the matter.

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Re: Hobbies for Kids
« Reply #2 on: 24 May 2009 at 09:22 »
And if the child or children are of a mischievous nature but recalcitrant readers, leave the book in plain site and tell them that the book is not meant for them. The kid's are not supposed to read it.

They will most probably spend a good few hours at the very least, reading the book that you really want them to read. ;)

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Re: Hobbies for Kids
« Reply #3 on: 12 October 2009 at 09:23 »
One thing my kids love is fighting.

When I was a kid between age of 3 and ten we would fight our Dad. We would pair up, me and my brothers and go at him with fists, feet anything -really viciously. Dad would be on his knees (to be more our height), overpowering us, blocking our kicks and punches, tickling us, smothering us and laughing his head off. I even remember jumping off the furniture feet first onto his head, spine anything. Nothing seemed to hurt him. I remember running up and kicking him in the face when I was five and him just laughing.

We've continued the tradition. (Who knows were it originated- my granddad did it and his father before him perhaps right back to Sparta or the Vikings).

I had a fight last night and got battered by my six year old daughter and nine year old son. They loved it. It was hilarious. I wonder what the neighbours think of all the yells, whoops, screams and bangs. Ha ha ha!
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