5 dangerous things you should let your kids do
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For all of the parents, lawyers, and actuaries out there, and in the interest of safety, here is an article with quick tips about pocket knife safety.
What about Play? Stuart Brown's 2008 TED Talk, "Play is more than just fun" definitely supports a child's need to play.
This 2016 UK article speaks volumes about Tulley's premise: Young children experience 'risky' play using saws, hammers and mallets
Tulley mentioned how our brains are wired to throw things. Here is a scholarly article in support of this by Richard W Young: Evolution of the human hand: the role of throwing and clubbing
In case you wanted to know where you can legally drive at an early age: USA, Europe, Rest of the World
In my role as parent, it was important to allow as much latitude to my own child as was possible --with the addition of catching a few snakes and spiders. I hope that it will be a tradition carried on in many homes long after I'm gone.
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