Dad to Dad

Search form

What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Joe Renquist
3
Posted by : David Hirsch on June 8, 2013 - 10:47am

TEAMDAD partnered with University of Phoenix to conduct the 2103 Military Fatherhood Essay Contest in Okinawa, Japan.  Students were asked to write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me.”   In total more than 400 essays were collected from the children of servicemen stationed in Okinawa.  10 essay finalists and their dads were selected as winners.

 

Here is Joe Renquist's Essay (Kadena Elementary School, 3rd Grade).

 

Read more
What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Erin Bailey
0
Posted by : David Hirsch on June 7, 2013 - 11:21am

TEAMDAD partnered with University of Phoenix to conduct the 2103 Military Fatherhood Essay Contest in Okinawa, Japan.  Students were asked to write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me.”   In total more than 400 essays were collected from the children of servicemen stationed in Okinawa.  10 essay finalists and their dads were selected as winners.

 

Here is Erin Bailey's Essay (Amelia Earhart School, 4th Grade).

 

Read more
What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Amy Welborn
0
Posted by : David Hirsch on June 6, 2013 - 12:37pm

TEAMDAD partnered with University of Phoenix to conduct the 2103 Military Fatherhood Essay Contest in Okinawa, Japan.  Students were asked to write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me.”   In total more than 400 essays were collected from the children of servicemen stationed in Okinawa.  10 essay finalists and their dads were selected as winners.

 

Here is Amy Welborn's Essay (Amelia Earhart School, 3rd Grade).

 

Dear Dad,

Read more
What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Steven Gentilella
0
Posted by : David Hirsch on May 29, 2013 - 1:49pm

TEAMDAD partnered with University of Phoenix to conduct the 2103 Military Fatherhood Essay Contest in Okinawa, Japan.  Students were asked to write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me.”   In total more than 400 essays were collected from the children of servicemen stationed in Okinawa.  10 essay finalists and their dads were selected as winners.

 

Here is Steven Gentilella's Essay (Bechtel School, 3rd Grade).

 

Read more
What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Crystal
3
Posted by : David Hirsch on May 3, 2013 - 3:39pm tags : What My Father Means To Me Essay

Each year tens of thousands of students in kindergarten through 12th grade write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me” as part of the fatherhood essay contests in various cities across the U.S. Students write about their: fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers and father-figures.

I am one of 700+ volunteers who read and help evaluate these heartfelt essays. Most are very positive and uplifting, while others are quite sobering, since so many kids are growing up in less than ideal circumstances.

Read more
What My Father Means To Me Essay by: Mary
0
Posted by : David Hirsch on April 13, 2013 - 3:33pm tags : What My Father Means To Me Essay

Each year tens of thousands of students in kindergarten through 12th grade write essays to the theme “What My Father Means To Me” as part of the fatherhood essay contests in various cities across the U.S. Students write about their: fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers and father-figures.

I am one of 700+ volunteers who read and help evaluate these heartfelt essays. Most are very positive and uplifting, while others are quite sobering, since so many kids are growing up in less than ideal circumstances.

Read more
Band Aids Help Dads Cultivate Meaningful Bonds With Their Kids
2
Posted by : David Hirsch on April 8, 2013 - 1:08pm tags : Dad to Dad

The goal of every parent is to develop open lines of communication with their sons and daughters.  Getting your teenagers to come to you when there is a problem or they need advice is the exception not the rule. 

Read more
Helping Your Kids Develop Their Identity.
0
Posted by : David Hirsch on April 6, 2013 - 12:05pm tags : Dad to Dad

The goal of every parent is to raise happy and successful kids. Happiness and success start with becoming clear about who you are and establishing an authentic identity. Knowing who you are can be your and your kid’s greatest asset for success.

One of the most important things we can do as parents is help our children understand what it means to establish your own identity. Remember, if you don’t establish your own identity the world will do it for you.

Read more

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Dad to Dad