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When your child comes home MESSY...

from Xeena - Thursday, December 27, 2001
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Red paint in the hair? Blue paint on the jeans? Sand in the shoes? Peanut butter on the favorite shirt? White socks look brown? Sleeves a little damp? Your child probably...

Worked with a friend
Solved a problem
Created a masterpiece
Negotiated a difference
Learned a new skill
Had a great time
Developed new language skills

YOUR CHILD probably didn't...
Feel lonely
Become bored
Do repetitive tasks that are to
Do worksheet tasks that are too
Do sit-down work that is
YOU probably...
Paid good money for those clothes
Will have trouble getting the red
paint out
Are concerned that the caregiver
isn't paying enough attention
to your child
THE CAREGIVER probably...
Was aware of your childs needs and
Spent time planning a challenging
activity for the children
Encouraged the children to try new
Put smocks on the children
Was worried that you might be

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