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Politics and Your Kids' Vote

Sep 14, 2012 / Kids & Culture     


Well, the conventions are over and November 6th is fast approaching.  What have you taught your kids about the political process and the privilege of voting? It’s never too early to teach them about their responsibilities as a citizen.  So, what do they need to know? First, freedom relies on widespread participation in the electoral process.  Second, free speech should come with common courtesy.  Your kids need to learn in the electoral process that they can disagree with respect, be wrong with integrity, and be right with humility.

And don’t forget to enter our Back to School Contest by starting an All Pro Dad’s Day or an iMOM Morning at your child’s school before September 30th. It’s a great way to bond with your child over breakfast.



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