Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? "Children should be occupied at all times and should never be left unsupervised

For sure, having a logical response to the question can assets parents in helping their children. Although this decision for a lot of people is like a dilemma, and they may not be sure about an appropriate option, in my idea, we need to occupy children at all times. To elaborate on that, I will explore my reasons in the following paragraphs. To start with, children do not have the ability to decide properly, and they can select an option based on their interests without considering the consequence. So, they can make a decision that it has a hazard. For example, mostly a pool for children is an interesting subject, and they like it because it is fascinating. If we neglect these critical situations, they can decide to jump into the pool without having any fear. So, this example shows sometimes children could make a wrong decision with a mortal result. Hence, we have to observe them and be aware of these circumstances. Furthermore, as long as a human is a child, he is in the best period of his life to learn how to manage and utilize his time in a proper way. So, we have to keep children occupied. Suppose we wanted an illuminating future for our children. For example, When I was a child, my father taught me how a moment is valuable in his own way to make it understandable for me. He uses different ways and various programs to encourage me to be aware of time, and He also keeps me busy all the time with interesting tasks. In this way, in addition to teaching me how a moment is valuable, he also always watched me, and I never felt annoyed. As a result, I am always careful about my choice and their results. To conclude, I indicated two examples to illustrate why we need to occupy our children at all times. Firstly, they do not have the ability to decide properly. Secondly, Buy keeping them busy, we can teach a precious lesson to our children that is useful for them in the future. Undoubtedly, they will be grateful for it in the future.
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