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2007-09-18
Name: Editor Is your child more art oriented or sports oriented? What does your child like to draw? How do you exhibit your child' s works of art?
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2007-09-19
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Name: Suneela
Subject:  The Benefits of Art and Your Child
It is a great idea to let my children spend time with art. They spend quiet afternoons with crayons and drawing books and I get to complete by beauty siesta uninterrupted. Wow! More power to art…
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2007-09-19
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Name: Shonali
Subject:  The Benefits of Art and Your Child
I was wondering-how can I help my children get started on arts or music or such stuff? Either they want to do it or not. Either they have a knack or not, right?
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2007-09-19
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Name: Monish
Subject:  The Benefits of Art and Your Child
Shonali, just because you like art does not mean you will not like a little bit of encouragement. In the same fashion, children need some backing.
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2007-09-19
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Name: Anna
Subject:  The Benefits of Art and Your Child
I think children like painting and scribbling, just like that. God had ordained that the best things in life come naturally to us. If only parents can stop pressuring children from leaving all hobbies at the altar of studies…
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2007-09-19
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Name: Aastha
Subject:  I can relate
I know exactly how that woman feels. When I get home from work, my children pester me to play with them. While there is nothing else in the world I would rather do, I am usually too tired to oblige. This way, I can keep them occupied for some time at least.
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2007-09-19
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Name: Jignesh
Subject:  Not exactly
I think you have the wrong idea. The point is to spend time with your child and introduce them to new things. Art should not be used as a means of keeping them subdued.
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