...

Ford - The Road to College

by fordbts

on

Report

Category:

Lifestyle

Download: 0

Comment: 0

310,226

views

Comments

Description

From the time you first put your precious baby into the car seat to the day you send them off on their own - a lot changes. They grow up.
Download Ford - The Road to College

Transcript

  • 1. <é~iHE eoziu T0 ~2 I" . __._s_. .. . -. ._.// /__, __. ... ... .., ... ... ... _.. .., ,.. ... ... .__. ... .,. _.__. ._. .%), _AFrom the time you first put your precious baby into the car seat to the day you_send them off on their own-a lot changes.They grow up. And suddenly.those little moments.experiences and smiles that didn't seem like much matter now more than ever. I I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I . ~"; ‘ _‘ ;=. -.m: ..‘-; r-as-31'-‘is new3fiwr;1ia@i. i@i@iiii‘r; iw .I lFriIiiii5F: fl.T ‘I I:I I i., £1 ; -'* I '» . F, 5. iiile ‘ 5‘I: l§I. .l. . Kids learn to ride bikes,on average,at about age 5. aftergiving birth. -.I I I I ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' " Iv .__‘-1 I;“Ii/ EM . .._ 5 “I-VIII sui. *"'I I 7 7 . I I' j. “i. «F jg’ = §'5i': *= % iii t‘. ‘.. i. ; =i. .». -I I% : ' By about age I3, most kids have lost ' f I 3 ‘ .all their baby teeth and have grown a ‘if. ’ AK.-’ * I I ll,I full set of 28 permanent choppers.II’ ‘2 i IL " <‘~I( III I _ _ _ ':II’ . ‘ /,E' : ,I*-L This year’s favorite?- - - - - - -” I I " ’ " Princess (2, .I.47 I ‘ ‘ a I -< '. , 5 "I r ,. A .‘ ,------- --IOYEARSAGO-—-’up .I .I spongeaob SquarePants ( ‘ E costume sales soared.I‘ I I .‘E?’*‘. j ---------------------------------- - A 4 3,000 BREAD SLICES “w, .‘,) ‘I _ W., - slathered with PB+J by 7, gr I = .. _ ._ _ _ .- .I ' . ~; high school graduation.r ’ ' I4 I .1' - . .,9‘?'I .I That's almost 10,000 human lifetimes.I ‘- -_. I I I F inZ I ;‘ 5 :I I ‘ I I I :I I‘ I a I I I I I ‘ I I I1‘ I L I ‘.- - - - - - - - ~ - - - - - -.I |.d I I II — I I I I .I _ L 9‘I " (I .. mlu . u-. ~.e. =e . ~ by the time a child turns ‘I0. I I p i J. ‘ Patch comhttp'/ /aol It/ inDoOBv I (‘Hi ICh ‘v ' " I l/ lt. IL1 who if (I_ ' From age 6-11, more than 26% I‘ I of kids switch schools.I ’ _ _ _ ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Surinetkidscom I http: //bIt. ly/ ipcEaXg I / ‘{5} ‘ I 1/ : .5. - :.. r ..I, . i_,"W iI_J._‘ . mu I. .ckU » M , .‘ I er“ e I or “ . U” my II I ,‘I.II Lie U I MI;1 I ;‘ ii,I The average for grades 6-8: 365, 9-12: 2.660. . , Vi _i I But only you know how much your kid truly owes ' P I f h‘ I d V j I If E you for your time spent helping with homework.E U 9 I H'1 " I Phoen| x.edu I http: //bIt. ly/ ietNiua ' H75 t I h K I -.__________________________________GE dllD<llS. . ._.._, ., .. . A equaling 14% of their body weight.I I NYTimes. com I http: //nytims/ IsWOumL'iiI_ii-iii'iiI= "-I-‘$131!:A’ liiiti-M4Il'= IiI. . r ill? ‘CAN IBORROWL eI. .3oo, ooo, ooo THE CAR?Spent on backpacks in 2008. mostly for kids: ::': .:. ::: :i: e:. t:: ::: :t: ::2?"W" I I mi‘ of lésufiorolls wiih iheir heepse Ill 2004NVTlmes. com I http: //nytims/ iiRNMCf “ WHEMCAN I A I ~ IHAVEA I CAR? Fereeni of people 15 or older who reporied as drivers in he USUSA. gov I http: //i. usa. gov/ iAaXp7r' ~ . ... ... ... ... .. upzggm Hours of housework ___——— x__-_a: z_. .- for working moms over past 17 years.I PewSocIaiTrends. org I http: //pewrsr. ch/ isMWieX2 3333 Number of days working ’ moms epeni sleeping out of ------------- 7J the lost 4,205 oops(Fewer when you add a squirming child to the bed during a storm or nightmare)PewSocialTrends. org I http: //pewrsr. ch/ isMWjeX33 iereenioiihepopu| aiioh, hpape I ii,are regular eoiiee eippers ----- I :‘ /I/(According to the National Coffee Association) I ‘saw Men and women drink roughly the same I amount:about 1.6 cups a day.I e-Importz. com I http: //bit. ly/ ilMWWil I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i ,1' .. I " 1' .I .f loads oil aundrp ouer i7i‘fpeoireI: i.'. :1 Ifor the average’ Americanfar‘-nily. EPA. org Ihhltpz/ ./i. u'sa. gov/ PsqGbZ . '_~. -_; ,. :. .7? “v,/ . , xx ‘ I K I I .- . jl , . _.I __ _ I I I. .I4)‘ K . I .._ I I . .V‘ .. V. »-O‘ W-I‘ _I.:;iii’ 7“ if 7 « . . 3 F I : . ._ ‘ .. .5 :- ‘nut o-iliii ; ;q; n‘iinI: I: .age;; iereeni of his---- I ‘I I I I ‘Q’ 15/ I I dK I .If IiVA'I:7ll‘g. E_iI . {jJr; 'l‘§lilI)oflu§. w:IIuiI: IIni;: '-. :_"- 'E’S*! H5I'§3?§iI'7iil§il§~Iiii= lIIil| I-'1' zm--I'—: . _ ~{ .‘ .' 3 — QThe percent of kids who read ‘-M’ - - - - - - - - - - - ~ V - i .1 ' ‘* _ ian'e-book hasealmost doubled 1; _ ’; _5rnge 20i0‘—from 25%-45°/ o. ml " 3 .3» _. schoIaétIc. com. l htipl/ bitly/ ii'Bl9JJ . . _ I eiore io eiore I « ‘ ' I over'the. pas, t i7years.I ‘ I ' V‘ :" Census. gov I http: //i. usa'. gov/ ioMgK6lV .F 7“ V.t‘. I_ I .I I ‘I I _»: : ;‘ v- 1; ' fr- ,‘K .7HOURS ,V . l' I ; ’/ » ‘ ' ', ' .I‘ 4 I‘,e__“N’ I-ioursperdayyou compete wit ‘a.x. ‘_":I.c ’i_ '_, ,i:' ‘ screen for-your kid's attention.h_a_t's‘_.7 "'53: Tys.phones.computersand gizmos,"I.~_ . " . »; .’ _ ‘- .« V‘ ‘‘; -l C‘ ‘ .i’A _.I a .AAP. org I hlip: //bit. lyV/ li7sVG_q* uy-R I - : . .j_ — 1! * ‘x -"" "N ." 7 ~ ‘‘ I 7' L F-1,. * ~~ '3 I iereeni of kids ii-iiX,:. ; A .' ‘ L . ~ ’ i v ‘ ' 5 ._:‘ ' ' < , - .I ‘he have cell phones ~I — or~ .3 _ ~ ~ I (Now.twiceasmanykids‘-havecell phones .;~"~; ,_} ' -‘—— "; i .astheydidiOyearsago. About87°/ oof H_ _V " I teenagers I4-i7havethem as well as 57% ,7 .»- I" ofyoungerteens.‘ — _- ' _ ‘ " ‘ :Pewinternet. org I http: //pevi/ rsr. ch/ ikUh6Nz .I .._" I ./. ,1' /~ 7.’ '._‘ g . Somewhere on that long ride home.between the tears shed and memories ofdiaperspast, you'llsmlle.311;. "-IIHI '-‘-ll Till41.: -.—. i.; « “. il‘~l‘ Till = i- :1--—z: ‘i.wiiitz:I:in:uwtrsrpz Ii: ::. zi: I:: : up will ii ruiiutFor top ACT college readiness test-takers.that average reached a median of 1::-I nll"t .. .. .. .. .. .- .. - .. .. .. .. .. .. .» - .. .. ' .. .. .. .. . All fin, ‘-.Iiqim/ .l. ~,. iI/ '4-it-lair: ”i: ‘:: ::II r : :u| i:: p: : :i: iu: :w: : . -"i'I, lil| I.. :.. . Il". ,uI. .II II:3 : :a: :; uu: :: a wigVia phone.email or text.Bonus points if they visit for the weekend.-'l". 'fl-ll’ IIH-. I‘l1IH-. ‘r‘i-I-7/iii‘?’- . --r- : lO'! "‘ 1--I ‘ urnc ’ l. ... u mulol . . . ,III Inuli . : :u| I:: u: we:wuii I I vi-'~l. i. I “ ' I ——,.—. IL—.I -4, Iqp,ii I’ (gIIiy; .~ iimliliio Most of the grads in all three of the largest i"’ juiih I generations—Boomers.Gen-Xers and Millennials—agree that college either has paidoffor . il|-‘—l --. .'v i‘. ‘Ifl'>< rm: -In-. ~ r- ll'iII; l/It ui. ':. ~n~Iv*‘iv. i.(H. .70 r. .1 “Y:are 1212 raaé ifaatis,‘gnu. ’ 7:. e.'-5i', "3“"‘i‘ IIULJSIMI u here home is‘.“time you (wish the triphwould slow down:100% Time the bumps In the road weren't worth it:0%/2%, “ rm--iereehi.oi eiurleuie houeears on campusAccording to the I78 universities that ‘ reported the car-specific data to U. S. News. I.I.I -1USNuws. Com l hits: //brt. !y/ ivCFv‘. LJ? Csome things will never change:You'll always do everything you can to help yoiurhkids go theextra.mile.Whether it's school,careers or personal lives—§whateV9I' thleyldo next is going to be amazing. I no ,'L. ‘.. f‘'§i* ' 11. fireI‘ I. h’: Iw| :l '. "'; .‘ere"erti1a', ' go.I : ‘l I :_ |I I ,. ._, ' ~ _ I - -, ’., "—v'—' ' ‘ ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "7 ' I '- r— —* ‘*7’’7 ,T"‘ I _ . s .1 $1; " —7‘j_'—I. ...lg L 2-‘sake? I *~ MICHIGAN —' ’—.7— 1;- I — ~ — r K ' ’ I II I‘ '3 " 9-‘ I ‘.5 II .I I‘ ~_ I I I I I I L i :4 ' - V - - I » = . 1 I I.I I I I I I I I I A I :7 'I ,4‘ "1: IR¥7 I :2 Q’) JI.II' .V / ‘iiiooiiioiollege Go Further«ch
Fly UP