Interact with children during holidays

Last week, secondary and primary schools closed for second term holidays. Parents must make sure that children are supervised during the holidays.
While at school, children make friends from different backgrounds and with different belief systems. Some of what they learn from them might be bad.
Therefore, parents need to keep a watchful eye and identify any bad behaviour that might have been picked up at school and ensure that such habits are dropped. This can only be done by having a close relationship with children. Talk to them and take part in fun activities together despite busy work schedules.
David Serumaga,
serumagadavid916@gmail.com

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