Many children are poor in general knowledge. The minute they start formal education, the emphasis is on schoolwork. Some parents may be so grade-orientated that they overlook this aspect of a child's development.
Cultivating a thirst for knowledge in the child is important. The wider his field of knowledge is, the better a person the child becomes. Thus, finding time to help your children increase their general knowledge is important.
Apart from borrowing illustrated reference books from the public libraries, gathering round the computer and surfing the internet for more information - the topics could range from atomic bombs to zombie.
The children's curiosity and ability to learn are limitless. All they need is an opportunity!
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