This part of “Play that Parent” is inspired by the movie “Entre Nos.” Can you imagine if something unexpected where to happen and you had no where to put your children while you made your income? You would have to take your children to work with you, and for your child to work right along your side… This is what this part of “Play that Parent” is all about is all about. You do not have to do this on a week day, most places do not allow children come with their parents to work places, however, this can happen over a weekend. Here is how
For a day, get your child’s “survival mode” on by what they can do to make money when the unexpected happens. Take them out one day and ask them, what can you do right here right now to make an income.
Here are some ideas :
- You might take them and introduce to them the different job opportunities out there. Through the supermarket, there are cashiers, stockers and butcher at meat department.
- You might have a friend that lives on a farm, they could work there for a day for an “income.”
- If your child is older and you want something even more, you could have your child collect pop cans from downtown streets and turn them in for some cash.
These are just some ideas… From reading that “Entre Nos” review, what are some ideas are you thinking about casting into your play? Please let me know via e-mail or you can always comment below!
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