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Is Spanking a Correct Tool for Punishment of Children New or expecting parents have a lot to think about For instance what day care is their child going to attend which of the 30 doctors offices that they visited are they going to pick which babysitter which crib will be the safest and most comfortable and whether or not they should get a new alarm system placed in their home The one thing that is constantly debated is whether or not parents should spank their children Every parent either has a firm view or is still searching for what is best for the child Rarely does anyone have an apathetic view on this subject The truth is that spanking children is necessary to communicate to them that they have done something wrong At a day care in Irmo South Carolina the employees cannot spank the children There is a girl there that works mostly with children that are about two years old Some of them can speak a few words but others can barely speak anything besides no The other day this employee was playing outside with them They have a big sandbox that the kids love to play in Three boys named TJ Brandon and Kevin were playing together TJ and Brandon began throwing sand all over each other and Kevin They had sand everywhere in their hair in their diapers in their shirts in their shoes and socks No one likes to be the one who gets the sand thrown on them So Kevin was crying while TJ and Brandon continued fighting The employee yelled for them to stop and if they didnt that she was going to put them into time out The only reaction she got was that they paused and then gave her a confused stare Then even as she was staring back at them they just went back to throwing sand everywhere So she yelled at
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