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MissB Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Sep-04-11 11:56 PM
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27. Star wars.
Look, unless you live in the middle of nowhere and/or plan on exclusively homeschooling, your kid will see movies.

At five, you are their life. At ten, not so much. They get invited on play dates, birthday parties and sleep overs. Any and all of those could involve the latest popular culture kid-oriented movie crap.

I'm not saying you need to expose your kid to every disney movie known to mankind. But you won't always be able to restrict their arts education.

And star wars is a great good versus evil series. Much of the newer trilogy (maybe all) is rated R, so wait until the scary stuff no longer scares him. Since different kids have different levels of freaked out scary, that could be ten or 13 or later.

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