As parents, we like to tell our kids they can be anything they want when they grow up. But we don’t often stop to think about all the things they already are right now.
That’s right. Even though they may be years away from writing résumés or sweating through job interviews, our children are born with loads of skills that can help them perform all sorts of careers.
If you think it’s crazy to say your tiny tyke is ready to take on a reporter job right now…
…you need to read our newest article on the PBS Parents website!
It shows you how two of the most important traits every newsperson needs to have are ones that your child is probably already exhibiting every day. Better yet, the article gives you practical advice about easy, effective ways you can help those abilities get even better.
Read our article to learn things like:
- How many questions kids ask every hour
- The most effective way to talk to children about past events
- What to do when confronted with the question, “Where do babies come from?”
- And more!
If you think the other things we write – like this website, or our awesomely informative parenting book Think Like a Baby – are worthy of a Pulitzer, you’ll want to give this article a big fat prize, too.
So what are you waiting for? Go check out our new article now!
“Every Child is a Journalist” by Amber and Andy Ankowski