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3 Ways to Prepare Children for Rewarding Lives



As a parent, you want the best for your children. A positive, loving start in life sets the groundwork for a happy future. Like many parents, though, you may wonder exactly what that means. While every child is an individual and each situation is unique, here are three ways you can prepare your children for rewarding lives.


Give Them Chores
When children have regular household duties, whether it be washing dishes or picking up sticks before you mow the lawn, children learn key life values. They learn the importance of working hard. They learn the need for responsibility. They learn how to work with others to finish tasks, and they see first-hand how each task contributes to the betterment of the common good.

Give Them Good Surroundings
Choose a great neighborhood to live in, which does not mean the wealthiest or fanciest one that boosts your ego. Take time to get the feel for specific neighborhoods in the area where you want to live, and choose one you feel will give your children a great place to grow and have adventures. Consider multiple factors, including:
Proximity to green spaces and parks
Crime rate
Lifestyle, including proximity to businesses
General attitudes, especially toward children

Good surroundings also mean good schools. You may want to consider enrolling your children in a private high school in Florida to give them a quality education.

Make Them Read Each Day
Require your children to read each day. Turn off games and distractions, but make reading a fun time rather than something they dread. Perhaps even set a specific quota of books they must read each month. Reading sets the stage for a rich life.

In addition to loving children for who they are, you can take specific actions to give them a good start in life. When children have positive, well-rounded lives and feel supported, they can go far. You can plant the seeds now for their brighter tomorrows.

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