No. Imagination is a terrible things to lose, and childhood is where it begins and flourishes before some of the magic is taken away.
There's a difference between going along with the story, and telling them that fairy creatures are real. Make believe is different from lying in that it helps a child learn to pretend, to grow in creativity and imagination. Lying casts doubt on everything you say thereafter.
Yes, unless it's religion, then it's perfectly acceptable and even recommended in some parts of the country.
Mostly harmless....fantasy is part of youth. Creative thinking is good. If you mean taking it to extremes ....then that would be odd.
santa isnt bringing my unicorn?
I'd just teach my children that those mythical characters are just personifications of the monsters that live in us all.
Believe, yes...however, imagination is one of the most important things to develop in children
treat it as make-believe, instead
Like the brainwashing children...
are exposed to on Sundays with religious myths? :)
or God as it is sometimes called !
Ummmm maybe , can they then grow up and believe the political lies their told by politicians?.
no because...from these we can teach them moral lesson....when they grown up u tell them the truth....and its life....so children surely will learn the lessons only........