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Kids need to learn how to make fun out of nothing says parenting expert

23 June 2018 12:58 PM
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Parenting
Creative parenting
Nikki Bush
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Creative parenting expert
Nikki Bush Creative Parenting Expert
Winter school holiday family fun
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Creative parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about understanding the relevance of school holidays for child development

In the parenting feature, creative parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about understanding the relevance of school holidays for child development.

Bush says that parents mustn’t feel bad when they cannot take their kids out of town. Children need to appreciate the financial sacrifices that parents make when it comes to planning a holiday says the creative parenting expert.

Not everybody can take their children away for school holidays.

Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert

Bush says that it’s possible for parents to take a few days off work to spend time with their children. What’s important is that we understand the relevance of school holidays for child development she adds.

Sometimes it’s good for kids to stay at home and learn how to make fun out of nothing.

Nikki Bush, creative parenting expert

When kids are at school, we fall into a routine and they cannot concentrate on their own hobbies says Bush. She adds that holidays can give children that extra quality time with their parents.

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23 June 2018 12:58 PM
Tags:
Parenting
Creative parenting
Nikki Bush
school holidays
Creative parenting expert
Nikki Bush Creative Parenting Expert
Winter school holiday family fun
#Backtoschool

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