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Things to teach your children.

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Random things to teach your children from birth to adulthood...........please add your suggestions.

How to check the oil, water and all other fluids on a car. Before age 13

How to use a jack and change a tire. Before age 13


How to open and manage a checking account. Before age 15

How to use and maintain a credit card. Before they leave high school.
 

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How to work.

How to do a good job at whatever you do.

The value of $$.

All before age 10.
 

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How to drive a stick shift car.

How to open a dictionary.


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* Faith
* Love
* To be honest/ have integrity
* To be dependable/responsible
* To be hard working
* To be independent thinkers
* To be self sufficient
* The value of friendship
* To work for what you want, not expect it to be handed to you
* Critical thinking
* The value of money
* Rural living- livestock and horticulture
 

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say yes mam and yes sir

hold the door

yes it is your right look and speak the way you want, it is also a potential employers right not to like it and hire someone else.
 

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Teach then about the Love of the Lord and what the Bible teaches.

Teach them to respect there Elders.

Teach them to respect themselves.

Teach them to respect there country and the laws of the land.

Teach them about life and death.

Teach them about their heritage.

There are many many more.
 

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1. Husbands are to be respected.
2. Wives are to be respected.
3. All family members are to be respected.
4. Since respect is earned, the people above have to act/behave accordingly.
5. From the time they are born, read to your child every day...until they are old enough to read for themselves.
6. Make learning fun.
7. If someone strikes you on the cheek, turn the other cheek. If they strike you on that cheek, make sure they are not capable of striking you a 3rd time. Make sure it is a lesson they will long remember.
 
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Don't eat yellow snow by age 2.
 

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Don't teach your kids things you'll have to beat out of them later.
 

Tim Schneider

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Great thread! I am putting it in my favorites, it will be very helpful in the near future. We are going to the hospital today for my wife to be induced. Everybody think good thoughts!
 
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