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As a continuation of the laughter research, it is very important to smile and laugh for everyone. Why? There are a number of reasons mentioned in many books, eBooks, online posts, medical treatment pamphlets, and others.
In brief, the positive “ions” that are created in your body come from the smiling and the laughter. Therefore, it is a key element for recovery in many treatments. Nevertheless, our concern here is for kids up to 7/8 yrs old.
Kids can laugh about a number of things, some of them will not be understood by you. It is just the way it is and you need not to be mad at them or at yourself being unable to understand. It is kind of innate reflection to their feelings and it has nothing to do with anything else.
At this young age, your kids will laugh at a silly clown but not only that. There is a long list of triggers that make your children laugh or smile:
Many acts can make your child laugh
= Pretending walk like not your normal walk i.e. charley Chaplin
= Flipping your hat in the air and land it on your head
= Pretend that you put a lot of food in your mouth and you can’t swallow it
= Trying to take off your shoes and you weren’t able to get them off
= Pretend that something difficult to do such as you’re not able to open your fridge, or your door, or your bag, etc
= pretending that you’re too tired to walk and throw yourself on the couch
= playing ball games also make kids laugh especially when you miss a goal
Even watching a clown who pretends to be hurt or fell down or making any other awkward movement would make your kids laugh out loud in a hilarious way and you don’t have a clue why they are laughing that much.
Now you have no excuse in trying to humor your children. Make the time to do that before suddenly you find them grown ups and you can’t bring them back to that age to make it up for them.
Punch and Judy is a traditional puppet show featuring Mr. Punch and his wife Judy. The performance consists of a sequence of short scenes, each depicting an interaction between two characters, most typically Mr. Punch and one other character who usually falls victim to Punch’s slapstick. It is often associated with traditional British culture. The various episodes of Punch comedy—often provoking shocked laughter—are dominated by the clowning of Mr. Punch.