Teacher : Sukhwinder Singh Bilaspur
Contact No : 97819-25617
Contact No : 97819-25617
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Government Elementary School Bilaspur District Moga
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« on: October 27, 2018, 07:32:15 PM »
Ultimately, it is the parents and their parenting style that decides a child’s future. Each child is unique. Parents will have to adapt the guidelines above to suit their own children’s needs.
Can your child be a genius? Yes, he/she can be, if you give him/her the right environment, the right stimuli and the right guidance.
Build up their confidence.
Give them plenty of positive feedback. Build a ‘can do’ attitude in them. Let your kids know that they can be whatever they want to be, and do whatever they want to do, with their life. There are no limits for possibilities.
Inculcate positive values.
The world does not need a Frankenstein or antisocial geniuses. Intelligence gone the wrong way can do unimaginable harm. Positive values such as love, respect, optimism, care for the weak, helpfulness and honesty should be inculcated in the child from young.
Give them opportunities.
Take your kids to animal shows, science fairs and concerts. Let them join the school scouts team if there is one. Buy them a bike so that they can move around on their own and get a pump here at Pumps for Bikes so they are always prepared. Take them to good movies. The idea is to give them as much exposure as possible, as many experiences as possible.
Keep a tab on school performance.
There is plenty of research that shows that parental expectations predict kids’ academic achievements. Let your kids know that you expect good grades from them, all the time.
Get them to read.
Most parents know the benefits of reading, but few take concrete steps to get their children reading. It is most important that parents read to children when they cannot read by themselves. Surround the kids with lots of interesting books. Set aside a time during the day when the whole family will read. There are plenty of good books for kids to read.
Exercise Increases Brain Plasticity.
Research conducted at the University of Pisa in Italy, as well as many other studies around the world have shown that exercise enhances neuroplasticity. Exercises are not just for obese adults! Children who do not move around much and sit in front of a screen most of the time are not likely to develop their cognitive and social skills.
« on: October 27, 2018, 07:09:06 PM »
Teach your child how to identify relationships between things.
What is common between a school and your eyes? Well, both have ‘pupils’.
Riddles such as these explore the commonalities and relationships among things. Engage in such riddles and games with your child, so that their lateral thinking abilities develop. Puzzles are a great way to develop this ability to think outside the box.
« on: October 27, 2018, 07:08:06 PM »
Give your child plenty of problem-solving opportunities.
Problems present themselves all the time. It could be ‘how to ride your bike without an accident?’ or ‘how to face a bully at school?’ Encourage your child to find solutions to problems own his/her own, but offer help when needed.
« on: October 27, 2018, 07:07:06 PM »
Allow children to explore their environment.
Allow them some degree of freedom. Children raised in an overly protective environment will lack brain stimulation and chances of growth. Let them play in the mud, and get dirty occasionally. Let them introduce themselves to strangers, under your supervision.
Children are born naturally curious. They ask ‘why?’ questions all the time. If parents and teachers can give opportunities to develop their natural curiosity and thinking capacity, they will learn faster and better. Never discourage questions and curiosity.
Boredom is a warning signal.
If your child says that he/she is bored with school, or with life in general, that is a sure signal that his/her creativity and thinking skills are not challenged to the optimal degree. Find out what is causing the boredom. Talk to the teacher and find out if more challenging activities can be given. At home, give opportunities to use his/her creativity.