To learn to think-Woodmam


  As the saying goes, "A frown makes a plan come to mind; a thought makes a problem go away." It means that if a person can think, then it is easier to succeed in doing and learning.

  To think well is to ask questions, that is, to learn to ask questions and to ask "why".

  We all know that Watt was the inventor of the steam engine. If he had not thought carefully when he saw the lid of a boiling kettle being opened by the heat at an early age, and had not asked a few "whys", he would not have been able to make the epoch-making invention that he later made. It was Watt's careful observation and careful thinking that laid the foundations for his later achievements; it was also his careful observation and careful thinking that made a commonplace phenomenon an important revelation for a great invention.

  If you too want to become a thinking person, come with me and do a mind-opening exercise!

  In fact, this training is very simple. It requires us to learn to "add, subtract, expand, shrink and change", which means that we have to understand everything from multiple perspectives and think about its usefulness in multiple ways. If you do this kind of training regularly, you will be able to develop your own ideas, and you may become an inventor one day!

  Curiosity is most likely to arise in children and teenagers, and curiosity is often the beginning of creative thinking. The problem is that some children are good at asking questions and thinking, and know how to experience them in practice, while others are not good at thinking and are even less inclined to practice, resulting in children growing up in the same environment but with very different thinking. The former type of child has the qualities to become an innovative and practical person, while the latter type of child becomes a mediocre person with little ability to compete and develop.

  Good habits of questioning and thinking are to be cultivated from an early age. How do you cultivate it? Is it very difficult? My answer is: do your homework.

Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities 

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