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Get All You Can, Can All You Get – A Great Lesson for Children


Parents should always be on the lookout for a great lesson for children. One of my favorite is -get all you can and can all you get.

African Amerian teacher at a whiteboard and the words "Get All You Can Can All You Get A Great Lesson for Children"

It is important to teach our children to get and retain knowledge. I am sharing some lessons I learned and am passing to my children. I hope by doing so you will get some useful tips and share them with your family. A previous article shared the idea that we must teach our children it is okay to fail because they can get up and keep moving forward. Future articles about lessons for children will share the ideas that:

The special idea for today is one I got from my husband learned from his mother as a child,

“Get all you can and can all you get.”Mary Jane Davis

The idea behind the notion of get all you can and can all you get is that you should learn everything you can possibly learn, then save that knowledge because it is a precious treasure.  Since my teenie bopper was a baby, I have taught her to get all she can and can all she gets. I did the same thing with my son and now with the twins.  It is a cute saying and easy for the children to learn and memorize. This saying is one of the first things they intentionally put into their cans.  The little twin pictures brain full of cans. The big twin sees herself as having just two cans.


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Learn to Love to Read – You should read to have things to talk about. You should read to get new stories to tell. Click here to read more.  

and

Share Your Love of Reading – It is sensational to share your love or reading with others.  Click here to read more.  

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There are so many pieces of information that we come across each day. Most of it goes in one ear and out the other so to speak. We read things, hear things on the news and have conversations that are full of pieces of information that we hear and then promptly ignore and put out of our minds forever. Imagine how our lives would be better and richer if instead, we held onto more of those little pieces of data we get and then had them at our disposal when we needed it later.

 

 

In conclusion, It is wonderful to learn, to discover, and to experience. We should all strive to get all the information we can and then strive to can or keep as much of that information in our possession as possible. So the question for you this serene day is what do you teach your children about information retention?