The CoronaVirus crisis as seen by children: the lasting psychological impact!

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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by MadameOurs » 11/04/20, 14:11

At least you don't get bored : Lol:
If you say regretting their birth it is sure that it is not like that thought it, it is rather the guilt and the responsibility to have given birth to them in this world there!

For school since kindergarten we see that this is not the place where it really flourishes. Not really unhappy, but not great either. He learns to read and it kicks him well, math too, friends but from the cp the playtime is reduced to 15 minutes, barely time to invent a game.

We thought without thinking too much about family instruction, but school is still very practical, and then time flies.

Except that now that we have to stop going there, it seems to me easier to envisage a life without school!
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by Christophe » 11/04/20, 14:18

Ah yes I am a super dad !! : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

This afternoon I will teach him how to weld at MIG! : Cheesy: I would post a photo to you!

On the other hand for the instruction at home, I find it very difficult to impose his daily homework hour on him ... the distractions are too numerous !!
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by GuyGadebois » 11/04/20, 14:23

Christophe wrote:On the other hand for the instruction at home, I find it very difficult to impose his daily homework hour on him ... the distractions are too numerous !!

There are many solutions: corporal punishment, sensory deprivation (cupboard without light), food rationing (dry bread / water), humiliations (donkey cap, poo slice) ... etc, etc ... : Mrgreen:
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by MadameOurs » 11/04/20, 14:26

Christophe wrote:Ah yes I am a super dad !! : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

This afternoon I will teach him how to weld at MIG! : Cheesy: I would post a photo to you!

On the other hand for the instruction at home, I find it very difficult to impose his daily homework hour on him ... the distractions are too numerous !!


With a super dad full of ideas and skills, there is no doubt that he learns a lot more easily than during his official hour of instruction. : Wink:
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by Christophe » 11/04/20, 20:18

Something promised due, it is not too bad for a first session !! 2nd in fact, he already welded to the arc 2 years ago!



"He said it's cool to solder, soldering makes super tough stuff"

Ah ah ah !! You surprise me a MIG is better than the UHU glue from school !!!!

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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by Christophe » 13/04/20, 19:24

After the welding lessons, the lead shooting session ... it can always be useful! : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

Super Dad !! Long live home school !!

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His first shot ... he's good!

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by GuyGadebois » 13/04/20, 21:18

Christophe wrote:After the welding lessons, the lead shooting session ... it can always be useful! : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

Super Dad !! Long live home school !!

(Christophe is Texan, member of the NRA ... incredible!) : Mrgreen:
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by Macro » 13/04/20, 21:22

Yeah ... we will have to equip and train to shoot the zombies ... : Shock:
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by GuyGadebois » 13/04/20, 21:27

Macro wrote:Yeah ... we will have to equip and train to shoot the zombies ... : Shock:

He called his son "Bob Lee Swagger" ... : Mrgreen:
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Re: The CoronaVirus Crisis seen by children




by Christophe » 13/04/20, 21:44

GuyGadebois wrote:
Macro wrote:Yeah ... we will have to equip and train to shoot the zombies ... : Shock:

He called his son "Bob Lee Swagger" ... : Mrgreen:


Uh no ... his name is Aurel! Martz Aurel! : Mrgreen:

Hého lead ca is not enough to shoot down zombies !! Already reload the thing it takes at least 30 seconds !!

Against zombies nothing beats an MG42:



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