This is the sixth article in a series of posts, starting at basics of using The Spark Station
A spark is anything that a child says that lets you know they are interested in something right now. It can also be an event which generates interest in a certain subject.
A spark can also be parent generated– it is anything you feel a desire to expose your child to.
The first step in using Sparks is in recognizing them. The second step is in responding to them. You have to be prepared to respond when the interest is present.
Leadershipeducationfamilybuilder.com offers a fabulous class for under $9.95 on recognizing and responding to sparks. It is a learned skill and will assist you to keep your Spark Station filled with inspiring content?
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