There is a thing line between love and hate for animals for kids. It’s still amazing how my second daughter would smile, giggle and laugh while watching popular animal-like cartoon characters on TV. She would go on and on for minutes, but the reverse is the case when she sights my neighbor’s German shepherd puppy a mile away. Occasionally, I tried convincing her with the name of the cartoon character she loves so much, but it never worked.
Perhaps there’s a way to set a connection between these lovely creatures and our kids in whom we care for so much. The National Geographic Kids Magazine recently took a survey in the form of reviews on how little kids share an unexplainable connection with animals, especially pets. The love and affection are already a part of these kids, all we need do is teach and help them establish a relationship on common ground. These fun ways will help you educate your kids about animals.
Keep a Cute Pet
There is a notion that believes that little pets think, act and feel like kids. I believe this to be true. Animals that we keep around us as pets are mammals of similar emotional build up like humans. They can feel, sense, almost tell when a person is heartbroken and needs comfort. Or when the atmosphere in the house seems so dry and needs a little lightening up.
These animals interestingly maintain direct eye contact with kids to help them feel comfortable when … Read More