Wednesday, October 1, 2008

A Recipe for How To Teach Boys

This came in the other day from M. Bradley Rogers, Jr. the Headmaster at the Gow School, a private school for boys with learning issues in South Wales, N.Y.

He writes, "May I share with you a few ideas from one dad/schoolmaster's recipe for the boys? I do my best to model and teach the following:
· Work hard, then play hard.
· Sing and make music.
· Treat them (girls) like gold and "no" means no.
· Be strong and help others.
· Set goals and list the behaviors needed to achieve.
· War movies do have value.
· Go build a real tree fort from scraps of wood – not from a kit.
· Explore a stream and catch the crayfish.
· Ride a snowmobile.
· Apologize when wrong.
· Help change a flat tire even if you are only five years old.
· Tell the bully to back off the kid he is taunting.
· Get muddy.
· Respect elders and hold them when they struggle to walk."

Nice, right?


Anonymous The Kildonan School said...

I agree with Mr. Rodgers, those are some priceless lessons to teach young boys. Such lessons learned in youth will help build character, manners and creativity.

February 9, 2011 at 12:50 PM  
Anonymous a piece of paper said...

good recipe, i think this can make a boy more values

August 5, 2011 at 5:22 PM  

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