Reference Guide to Raising the WOOD Child .pdf
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Title: Reference Guide to Raising the WOOD Child
Author: Lindsey Slott
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Reference Guide to Raising the WOOD
WOOD kids love competition and fast
movement, so they tend to excel at sports like
football, soccer, basketball, hockey, and
lacrosse — anything where they have to take
something away from someone quickly! Or you
may try these activities listed at the right.
• Martial Arts
WOOD kids think quickly and can memorize
lines, so many have the talent and confidence
required for the following endeavors.
PLAY DATE COMPATIBILITY
Allow child to direct without dominating
Give your WOOD child friends with EARTH and
METAL natures. These are kids that will give
your child flexibility and structure, respectively.
Add pressure to increase the challenge
WOOD kids thrive under pressure, so time your
child while doing puzzles or assembly models.
See how much time it takes and see if he/she
will try to do it faster.
Calm the child to balance his/her fast nature
WOOD kids need to learn how to relax and see
the value of relaxation. Add bath toys, find a
soothing swim coach, or choose challenging
yoga poses that force the muscles to fatigue.
• TV Commercials
• YouTube Channel Videos
• EARTH friends allow the WOOD
child to direct the agenda. Be
careful NOT to let your child
over-control the EARTH child.
• METAL friends make and enforce
rules that help control the WOOD
child’s dominating nature.
• Jigsaw puzzles
• Crossword or Sudoku puzzles
• Assembly models (ex: Legos)
• Nightly baths
• Standing yoga/tai chi poses
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