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A gift (such as camera, a soccer ball, or an animal) can contribute to a child´s development. What gift would you give to help a child develop? Why? Use reasons and specific examples to support your choice.
Nowadays, there are a lot of kinds of gifts in the market which facilitate a child´s development. For instance, tales help to stimulate children´s imagination; toys help to develop senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing) and basket balls, for example allow to kids to improve their psychomotor coordination. Also, there are some presents like Mozart compact disk which stimulate to children before of born, in other words, they stimulate to children when are still into mother´s stomach. All these gifts are very good, but undoubtedly, I think that the best gift to a kid is a puppy because in addition play and enjoy together; the kid can enhance his values and qualities.
Teaching to kids from an early age about rights and duties is very important for their personal development. Dogs and pets in general, necessitate eating, going for a walk, among other things, daily. For instance, a child who has a dog should assist to her/his parents with some housework like clean, feed and go for a walk to the animal. Of this way, he learns true meaning of word responsibility.
Moreover, a dog or any pets become in one of the best friends for children. Children and pets can play, jump, run, enjoy together. I think that there is not better treatment to stimulate motor function of people young or people with some problem physic.
Finally, but not least, dogs stimulate feelings of children. Youngsters who live with pets learn to love, respect and live together to other live beings. Also, they learn to share their toys, for example, and then they will be not egoistic people and share all their things. To sum up, pets, especially dogs are the present perfect to increase the development to the kids, because they stimulate much physic aspects as psychic aspects.
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