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    Tanong lang, ano ang pwede kong gawin with my 6 year old boy? Mahilig siya magkalikot. Favorite toys niya ay lego and transformers. Nauubusan na ko nang for easy DIY repairs sa bahay. Sa kanya ko na pinahigpitan yung bolts ng side table namin at siya na naglagay ng tubig sa washer ng kotse.

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    go fishing with him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    Tanong lang, ano ang pwede kong gawin with my 6 year old boy? Mahilig siya magkalikot. Favorite toys niya ay lego and transformers. Nauubusan na ko nang for easy DIY repairs sa bahay. Sa kanya ko na pinahigpitan yung bolts ng side table namin at siya na naglagay ng tubig sa washer ng kotse.
    That's a great kid you have! And you must be a good father. Involve him early into arts: painting class or music. DON'T force him. Ask him if he wants it. Bring him into martial arts class or music concerts and ask him if he wants to learn.

    Books that requires cutting papers, coloring, pasting, etc-etc are good resources too. It will spark his mind and creativity.

    And stay away from video games. I know a father who raised his children without video games in the house and little bit of TV but tons of books and activities.

    The kids are so... hay, gusto kong ampunin. Their so bright and energetic. They can swim, bike, fix, play basketball, windsurf like young adults. You can talk a lot about them and they can catch up. Unlike kids who are dumb, lampa and have an attention span of a fish, kasi they were left with TV and videogames.

    And spend, spend lots of time with them. Life is short and they grew like trees. Before you know it, they're bigger than you.

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    Sports ang #1 or take him out of town camping i think that would be fun

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    Bicycle

    Build a bicycle both you and him.

    Visit powerbikes besides Ateneo Rockwell

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    kung pwede na siya....SPEEDZONE!go carting =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 66bunny View Post
    And stay away from video games. I know a father who raised his children without video games in the house and little bit of TV but tons of books and activities.
    Hindi naman masama ang video games sa mga bata wag lang abusuhin. Mahilig ding maglaro ang 5 year old daughter ko pero may oras talaga ang kanyang paglalaro at pag-aaral. BTW tatlong bronze medal ang nakuha niya last year ngayong august naman iaaward na yung silver medal niya. Grade niya 98.xx% almost perfect

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    videogames are not really 100% bad for children, as long as may moderation. lahat naman dapat moderation lang. depende na yan paano magcontrol ang parents and discipline the child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlennSter View Post
    kung pwede na siya....SPEEDZONE!go carting =)
    where is speedzone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    where is speedzone?
    http://www.speedzone.com.ph/

    meron na rin pala silang kart for kids!!!!

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