In a hasidic children's coloring sheet, a mother lights Shabbat candles as her husband lights the Hanukkah menorah with their children.
The mother then disappears and the father asks which of the other children will look after the two-year-old so the toddler does not tip over the lit menorah and start a fire.
His kindergarten-aged daughter says she will do it and the father disappears (probably to go to synagogue to pray) and the the kindergarten-aged girl is shown babysitting the toddler. In other words, a hasidic school is saying it is proper for 4- and 5-year-olds to babysit even younger children, and that 4- and 5-year-olds are mature enough to be entrusted with doing so, even when there is a real danger of fire.
This can be joined with the all-too-frequent sightings of 7-year-olds babysitting toddlers alone and walking toddlers alone to local stores to buy milk or other staples for their mothers.
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