Week of The Young Child on April, 2019: what is the week of the young child?
Week of The Young Child 2019.
Sorry, this doesn't make any sense.
Ok, if you want an answer to this question than we are going to need some facts. What young child are you talking about? Im assuming this is a project for school, so whats orphan day? Nobody here go's to your school, or lives where you live... this sounds like a question for a teacher or a local friend. I cant even find any information on google about an orphan day, or young childs week, so i really dont know what to tell you.
Lab/Shepherd puppy around young children?
My dogs are very large, even as pups. They could easily knock a small child down, so I train for this. I want my Newfies to like kids and other dogs, and I want kids to be able to come up to my dogs to pet them and other dogs to be able to meet and greet my dogs. However - Newfoundlands as large as they are, can be pretty scary/intimidating to someone that doesn't know the breed. I teach my dogs to get in the down position whenever a small dog or small child approaches - Newfies *look* smaller in a down position and they don't look as scary to another dog and they can't knock kids over when they are in a down position. Kids are more willing to approach a smaller dog, so are other dogs.
I would totally encourage this type of socialization now. My dogs automatically get into a down now (I don't ever have to tell them to down anymore) because they understand that is how to get others to approach them. It's self rewarding for them to drop to the floor for others to approach.
Kids have an energy that dogs are attracted to. It would be unrealisitic for your dog to remain in a down all the while you niece is over, so by all means, keep your dog on leash when your niece is around so she doesn't get hurt. Always supervise dogs and children together. Even though I know my Newfies are wonderful dogs, I don't leave them alone with my grandson - ever, and he has his very own Newfie, too.
Don't allow your dog to pull you over to children, instead - ask friends to help, enlist your niece and teach him that people will approach him when he's lying down. When he gets up from his down - people move away. Of course, as a calm adult - he won't have to do that anymore.
What should I cook for young children next week?
kids love pizza just the regular cheese and tomato
fish fingers and chips
chicken nuggets and chips (cooked carrots whenever possible)
organic apple juice
you can keep alot of the above in your freezer
don't give children" suger free "stuff because the artificial sweeteners are more harmful than sugar