As a child, it is your right to play

If there is something you shouldn’t miss out on as a child, it is playing. Make the best of your childhood by playing and asking as many questions as you want because if you don’t you will grow up missing what you could have done. You don’t want to be fully grown with the urge to visit the playground, do you?
Playing is every child’s right. The New Times/Patrick Buchana.
Playing is every child’s right. The New Times/Patrick Buchana.

If there is something you shouldn’t miss out on as a child, it is playing. Make the best of your childhood by playing and asking as many questions as you want because if you don’t you will grow up missing what you could have done. You don’t want to be fully grown with the urge to visit the playground, do you?

Asking questions will help improve your understanding. You can always ask anyone older whether at home, school, or even in class.

Everyone has a talent or two. As a child this is the time to discover your talents, some people can sing, others dance, play football, sprint, swim, or act. Discover the talent in you because it might earn you a living in the future – and maybe even present - just like the young actors and singers you see on the Disney channel. So don’t hesitate to try out anything because you’ll never discover how good you are at something until you try it.

Well much as playing is your right, try and do other constructive things too like reading. It will help you better in class. Playing should be harmonious and joyful so try not to mess up any peace. Avoid dangerous games like climbing walls or trees because those will only put you at risk of a broken body part.

 

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