Teaching kids a healthy work ethic

There's a misnomer among kids that summer break from school entitles one to three months of leisure. Not only is that unrealistic, it's unhealthy. All work and no play may make jack a dull boy, but all play and no work makes him self-indulgent and irritating. Summer is a great time to build a positive work ethic. In order to do, we need to dispel and rethink some erroneous assumptions about work. Teaching kids a healthy work ethic

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Freelance writer, Top 100 Yahoo! Voices, Yahoo! News, Shine, Michigan, Detroit), blogger, teacher, mom of 4, happily married 25 years. Graduated GVSU 1986, psychology/general education and special education. continuing ed up to present. Certified MI teacher. Writing Michigan history mystery, children's Gothic fantasy. Areas of expertise: education, relationships, mental health, nutrition, history, world cultures. Passions: faith, Catholic church, sustainable living, interfaith initiatives, living simply that others might simply live. Working on MA in EI education.