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Question: getting child involved

what are some inexpensive activities i can get my daughter in if she doesn't show interest in sports but more towards dance,acting, singing...she is 13 yrs of age and i am finding it much harder to find things for her to do..any suggestions are appreciated even if it doesn't deal with her interest but is something she would appreciate and benefit from



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Advice from Schoolfamily

Lisa @ School Family writes:
Does her middle school have a drama group or chorus? How about a school newspaper or yearbook? It's nice to find at least one activity that your kids are involved in at school so they have a connection with their classmates.Outside of school, horseback riding (though very pricey) is a great confidence builder for girls. At this age, the key is to find something that matches her interests and passions, rather than something that mom and dad think she should do.
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TEACHING MOM writes:
I ask my daughter what she likes to do and them I put in .also maybe you could do the actvie with her
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TEACHING MOM writes:
Ihave a son who is acting up at scool and an the bus what can I do he gets mad when he leave his things at school and thats he acts up on the bus and i told him that it ok to leave his lunchbox at school he can get tomorrow at school . and at school he gets mad that not being able to read hes in the frist grade Ihave sat down with him and have gothooked on phonic to help hinm what other thing can I do please tell me what else can I do
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