What do educational hobbies offer your daughter?
She’s into Barbies and mermaids and everything pink right now, and that’s great, but one of these days you’ll look at her and wonder if she’s thinking outside of herself enough. Educational hobbies, not just toys, spark the ingenuity she’s going to need to succeed in her generation. She will learn how to master a craft.
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If she’s introduced to a hobby that includes science, and she learns to love it, she’s much more likely to get into a good college with some great opportunities that might finance her career. Her generation, now more than ever, is going to need strong, intelligent leadership in not only the female community, but in the world in general. We are in desperate need of people who know “how.” I think hobbies are a catalyst for that.
While I think that argument stands alone, I will say that those moments spent together are so worthwhile. I truly love the times I get to spend with my kids working on something together.
A hobby is something that you enjoy doing over time, that you add to or make, that interests you enough to stick with it and find out more. One thing I’ve noticed about hobbyists is that they learn how to be an expert at a thing. That’s important.
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