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Teach A Kid A Hobby

Produced by Dorothy Lowery- All Can Learn

A near fatal car accident in 2014 forced me to change the way I do things.  Eventually  I gave up public school teaching but still want to help and serve humanity.  Just differently.

So I thought of “Teach A Kid A Hobby”.  Teen depression and suicide rates continue to climb.  What can be done to help?

“Teen depression and suicide rates continue to climb”.

Teams of folks also dedicated to serving mankind working together on a “vision”.  There’s been recent worldwide attempts to encourage our teens to spend less time on cell phones.   Some debate the role cellphones play in adolescent mental health.

What if hobbies were used as a tool for teens to explore different hobbies?

What if hobbies were used as a tool for teens to explore different hobbies?  

Some hobbies to highlight for kids or anybody in your communities:

  • creative art
  • drawing
  • painting
  • sculpting
  • jewelry making
  • sports
  • car modeling
  • scrap booking
  • cooking
  • baking
  • sewing
  • fishing
  • photography
  • music
  • designing fashions
  • creative writing
  • poetry
  • travel
  • bargain shopping
  • make up
  • collecting coins

Teach A Kid A Hobby and Take A Cellphone Break

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What are the benefits of hobbies?  What are some hobbies that you have?  Would you like to share your hobbies with kids in the community?  How can we get kids interested and off of their cellphones?  Let’s get the conversation going for the kids.

7 thoughts on “Teach A Kid A Hobby

  1. Good work. Impressed…

    Mike

    1. I need the encouragement, really appreciate it coming from you. Helps me to know to keep going, and stay focused on helping. Thank you mike2all.

  2. Inspiring…

    1. Thank you mike2all. It not about money at all, I just feel a strong need to serve and help others.

      1. Keep it up…

        Mike

  3. Thanks everyone for all the support coming in! It really means a lot. Much appreciated. A little bit can save a life. So thankful.

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