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Can a tool educate our children?

When you buy the multifunctional mega robot that you dreamt about for 3 years, do you really think it will also wash your vegetables, peel them and put them in the oven?

That would be too good to be true!

And it's the same thing with Family Pact.
Don't think that this little technological marvel (yes, maybe it's a bit too much, but I'm very excited...) will educate your descendants. Technology is there to help us and not replace us.
Is there anybody who hasn't noticed in his family circle or with his friends that education is a very personal subject...? There are as many educational models as there are families.
Based on this principle, I tell myself that nobody can replace me as an educator of my children (not even my husband. Haha, I'm kidding! He is wonderful in all levels...).

Shortly said, with the food processor, you have to work with the food. With Family Pact, you have to work with the family.
What I'm saying is that Family Pact simply helps me on a regular basis to get involved with my children and to pass on the values that we consider important. The objectives of Family Pact give us the opportunity to explain our children why their contribution is important, and they help to give meaning and value to their daily actions.

Here's a little advice: always read the instructions before using a new tool!

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I confess, I’m hooked!

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To my emails more than anything, Facebook a bit and luckily not at all to video games!
That, that’s my husband!
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A completely new experience!

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Some parents have asked to be able to allocate the same goal to several children simultaneously and this is now possible.
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Everyone looks for recognition.

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When they were small: “Mommy, look how fast I run!”, “Daddy, look how high I jump!”
Now that they are bigger: “Look, I am soon taller than you!”
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Why being scared of technology?

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Let us return to this idea of a board of points drawn by the children at the origin of Family Pact.
They constantly tell me that I was born in the Middle Ages and wondered whether television existed in my days. So I have my revenge...
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I accept the deal!

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“Giving your child appropriate rewards for achievable goals helps him develop into an emotionally healthy adult”, says Dr. Fassler.
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Is educating negociating?

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I read everything! Dolto, Almos, Rufo... Positive education, vertical education, advice from my mother, friends.
Well, we're going to be pragmatic!
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Educating your child isn't always easy!

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Being sometimes outdated by 2 kids is a classic situation. And I know this!
Especially having the feeling of a lack of listening and at the same time not being listened to.
This is where an idea emerged...
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