How To Motivate Your Children

Some children grow up to be fulfilled and successful adults.

Some children although intelligent are not motivated to do well.

Bringing small changes at home can improve child’s motivation. Some points to consider are:

1. If you are happy, your child will do better. Create happy environment at home.

The proponents of positive Psychology suggest that if you are happy in present situation, your intelligence, creativity, energy level and productivity increases.

2. Use complex sentences in everyday conversations. Your kids will achieve high scores on literacy-related tasks in kindergarten.

3. Be involved parents.

Make sure child has learnt his lessons well.

Find out where he is facing problems.

Help him to clear his doubts.

Help him in organising things.

Provide support with homework. Your child will do better in classroom.

4. Be involved in school matters. Attend Teacher- parents meetings. Participate in school activities.

5. Recognize and appreciate your child’s efforts.

If your child has made a card, put it up on the fridge. If he has written a poem, listen to it and show your delight.

This will encourage your child. He will feel confident.

6. If you aim high, the child will strive hard to do well to fulfil your expectations. You must expect your kid to do well.

It is also important to

How To Teach Your Kids To Be Responsible

Parents often confuse obedience with responsibility. Over time, most parents want children to accept ownership for a task or chore – the children do it because it needs to be done and accept that it is their obligation to do it. Over time, they may even initiate doing a task “because it needs to be done” – not because they are being told to do it. This attitude would be called responsibility. But allowing a child to “do it his way” will encourage a feeling of pride in accomplishment and foster a sense of responsibility.

Finding the balance between over-managing and under-parenting is an art. If you have ever wondered if you are being either too strict or too lenient, or if you are giving your children enough love, then you have stumbled upon considerations about the two important roles that parents have. Each has a part in helping your children become responsible.

You teach your children to be appreciative for what they have. Children need their parents to carry out both roles; healthy parenting occurs when children are raised in a home in which there is unconditional love along with clear boundaries, limits, rules and consequences.

Children feel capable when they

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