The Power to Be Starts with the Imagination
Published on April 1, 2009
TimetoPlayMag.com recently teamed up with Duracell to find out what today's kids want to be when they grow up. We surveyed 507 children ages 8-12 throughout the U.S. Their answers weren't terribly surprising. Seventeen percent of girls want to be a veterinarian, while 14 percent want to be a teacher. Eleven percent of boys want to be in the military, while 10 percent of boys want to be an athlete or sports star. Also not surprisingly, the vast majority of these kids said that they pretend to be in these careers when they play. See more "Power to Be" features here.
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