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Help Your Kids Live Their Dreams

As kids, we all had dreams of being a doctor, actor, astronaut or ballerina, more than we can imagine today. Even though we may have forgotten some of our own childhood dreams, we can now help our own kids live theirs.

Every kid has a dream. Talk to your kids about their dreams and tell them some of  your dreams when you were their age. Let them know that any dream is a good dream.

Here are a few ways to help your kids develop their dreams into reality:

  1. Share with your child as much information about their dream as possible.
  2. Encourge them to ask questions.
  3. Support their dreams by enrolling them in related programs or activities.
  4. Expose your child to other areas outside their dream. They may find an interest in an activity they didn’t know about previously.

Dreams change, and that’s okay. It’s important to let your kids share their dreams
with you so you can continue to help them make their dreams a reality.

Come out to the Beaches Annual Kids Program Open House, February 21. Discover all the options that will help your kids Live Their Dreams!