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Catch a Fish, Throw a Ball, Fly a Kite: 21 Timeless Skills Every Child Should Know (and Any Parent Can Teach!)

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Knowing how to fold a paper airplane can make you a better parent!

Well, maybe not better, but you�ll certainly have more fun with your children, who understandably assume that you know how to do just about everything. If they only knew!

Catch a Fish, Throw a Ball, Fly a Kite is for parents who want to teach their children what they really want to learn--even the skills y
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Paperback, 273 pages
Published April 27th 2004 by Three Rivers Press
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Kristen
This was a fun book to skim through. It has detailed instructions on how to teach children 21 different skills, ranging from baking bread to throwing a ball. I didn't expect it to be so thorough, so much so, that if you'd never even seen a ball before, you could follow each step and teach a kid to throw one (as in, throw and catch in a T-ball game). And it was kind of enlightening to me to realize how many of these I don't even know how to do (or do very well) -such as, eating with chopsticks, c ...more
Suz
Great book. I read it out of curiosity, but it really is well written.
Christina
While this is a very detailed instruction manual, I used it more as a checklist to see if there were any new "projects" we could tackle as a family. It's a fun book, but there's not anything in here that is not available on the internet.
Missy
This book explains different skills you could teach your child. I think I enjoyed the writing style even more than the information. I may revisit this when my children are older.
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