Finnish women after giving birth, they are given a parental leave in order to take care of the children. They are exempted from the usual career chores in their working places. A parcel is allocated for every woman who gives birth by the state. This parcel is at times referred to as a baby box. Inside the box are all the necessities for a new born baby. They are entitled to 105 days leave from their careers. The leave is also given to the fathers hence many of them take advantage of these leaves. The Finnish people have a very strong influence to their children. When travel finland, traffic rules should be followed strictly. The green lights used are the indicators for crossing the road.
This is taught by the mothers to their children. Cleanliness is not an option for the Finnish. Throwing rubbish anyhow is highly banned by the state law. This is the reason why the state is clean and pure. Education is highly regarded. Children who are under age are taken to kindergartens. The kindergartens are managed by the trained childcare professionals. They work in supplementing what the mother taught the child. Children under six years spent much of their time with their mothers, whether during her leave or when working part time. Children are always in contact with their parents through e-mails and though meetings. During the parental leave, the mother is given the opportunity of teaching their children the cultures of Finnish. This explains the variation that occurs when a man attains the age of 18 years.