Help Your Children If They Are
By Preeti Narayan
Here are six things you can do to bring faster improvement in your children:
1. Do Not Attach Negative labels
Do not label your children with degrading titles like: “useless,” “Stupid,” “Lazy,” and other negative names which create poor self-image. Firmly believe that your children are capable of achieving anything they really desire.
2. Find Out Your Children’s Education Problems or Other Difficulties
Children who do not perform well in studies have some problems. These problems can be solved if identified. To identify problems, observe your children closely and ask them questions. Here are examples of some common problems of children:
Once you identify your children’s problem, it will become easy for you to think and find solutions for it.
3. Increase Your Children’s Self-Confidence
This is one of the best ways to improve your children’s performance. Search for some good study habits or skills of your children and talk about it.
No matter how poorly your children are performing right now, there might be some topic or study skill in which they are good.
For example: your son might be good in spelling, or reading or drawing diagrams. Your daughter might be good in math or biology or in remembering formulas.
Think about it and praise your children for their good skills.
Also, search for some study-related achievements of your children in the past and discuss it with them.
For example: perhaps your son had got ‘good’ remarks on his science report. Or perhaps your daughter had scored better grades in some subjects last year, or even year before that.
Discuss such past study related success. Remind your children about their achievements, however small it is.
This will shift your children’s mental focus on their good study-skills, on their study-success. They will realize that they do have the ability to learn, the power to win.
Tell your children, “if you can learn one thing, you can also learn many other things. If you can achieve success once, you can achieve it again.”
from you will strongly motivate your children.
Advice and suggestions of teachers
will help you immensely.
Exercise improves blood
circulation, digestion, and provides more oxygen to brain. This leads to
better learning and memory. Ask your children to exercise everyday, or
at least five days a week.
So support, encourage, motivate. These are the key words to help your children improve their performance. Scolding and shouting at them will not you help much.
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