Make sure you teach your children well -- and young

Beck, Scott
February 2013
St. Charles Journal;2/13/2013, Vol. 48 Issue 7, pA11
The author discusses the amazing talents that some children are born with and how parents should teach their children productive things when they are young, which will help the children hone their individual talents.


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