Do’s & Dont’s
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Growing up with your kids is not only a roller coaster ride or a beautiful experience; it brings up lot more responsibilities along with. Think about when you were a kid, what experiences you had interfaced with your parents, it’s not always important to provide your kid the same one. Holding a rope of patience with your young one is the most significant step of a parent in shaping the mind. Toddlers can be compared to soft clay as they can mold in any shape you wish.
Here are some amazing tips for our dear parents who face difficulties in handling their child.
1. Let your kid take the lead
Help your child to take lead in small- big things and foresee how they advance. If they do something wrong, encourage them to do the right thing. Once they will be grown up, you won’t get chance to make things right as at that point of time, they will have their own perception of taking actions.
2. If they fail, don’t always protect them
Don’t make your child dependent on you even if they fail. Teach them “Failures are the process of success.” Let them figure out the difference between rights or wrong themselves.
3. Learning and Reinforcement
You must endeavor to involve your child in different activities which will be beneficiary to develop mentally, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The reinforcement process of learning will solidify the lessons whilst broadening the level of his young mind.
3. Praise them when necessary
More praising will make them arrogant and sluggish; less praising will make them demotivated. Thus, always choose a way in between more or less. This is a critical angle at the hour of youngster’s development.
4. Don’t criticize and compare
Young minds are very sensitive and definitely it’s quite difficult for them to retain so much pressure. And negative criticism always leaves a deep impact on them. Comparison with others won’t give you anything as every child has their own specialty.
5. Show gratitudeThere is a strong connection between gratitude and happiness. Teach your child to focus on non-materialistic things such as playing an instrument or taking an art class.; that broadens their mind. You can practice gratitude exercises with your munchkin on a daily basis.
6. You must tell them negatives
Although this is an age when your child has you, but not always and when the time comes, you won’t tell them what’s right or what’s wrong. To train them taking insightful choices, tell negatives with the goal that they can settle on an ideal choice.
As a parent, it’s a duty of you to secure your youngster however you should not do that consistently. Take some inspirational learning from our smart books to teach these values to the kids like our self-tutor, talking pen, which can help the child to learn his lessons himself without your help.