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Trinitek



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Trinitek
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What did you want to do then?

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Sit at home and play with LEGOs for the rest of my forseeable future.

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Post 28 Jun 2016, 07:35
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YONG



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YONG
Trinitek wrote:
Sit at home and play with LEGOs for the rest of my forseeable future.
That might have been the better choice than starting Pre-K, given the huge success of The LEGO Movie. Seemed that your parents did not make the most informed decision.

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Post 28 Jun 2016, 08:22
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Tyler



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Tyler
YONG, kids don't work that way. They don't have the capacity to make the correct decision for themselves even if they did have all the information, which they don't. Children are not fun sized adults; there are concrete differences in their ability to reason. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Piaget#Stages

In case you don't know what "fun size" means. It's kinda colloquial.
Post 02 Jul 2016, 02:52
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YONG



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YONG
Tyler wrote:
YONG, kids don't work that way.
I would qualify your statement with "some" like this:

"Some kids don't work that way."

As I pointed out right at the start, this is a debatable topic. And if you have paid attention to my "simple answer", you would have noticed my key arguments:

- Parents should, at least, consider the inputs from their children before they make any decisions for them.

- Children's inputs should gain more weight in the decision-making process as they get older.

Take a look at The Magic Behind Harry Potter.
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This absolutely supports my view that children are grossly underestimated.
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Post 02 Jul 2016, 04:01
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