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Five Differences Between Kids In The City And The Suburbs

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Five Differences Between Kids In The City And The Suburbs

Five Differences Between Kids In The City And The Suburbs

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Raising a kid in a city may entail more walking and public transportation.

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Children often have a greater sense of independence living in a city.

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Going to school in the city is often more competitive and not determined by geographical district.

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Childcare costs more in the city and can be hard to find.

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Families have better access to cultural events and entertainment in the city.

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