How to deal with the relationship between in-class learning and extra-curricular interests-Woodmam


  Parent: I have two questions for you. My daughter is in the second grade and she has a wide range of interests and likes everything. Since she is also a good student at school, I try to accommodate her in whatever she wants to learn. For example, she is learning to swim, play chess, calligraphy, and also likes chess. But I think it's too much for my child to learn too much at this young age. The first question I would like to ask you is, is it possible for a child to learn so much? The second question is, I have some other things I want her to learn, but she doesn't necessarily like them, such as writing, because she is going to start writing classes soon, and I want her to be better at it in the future.

  Author: The first one is that your child has a wide range of interests, so it is possible that her wide range of hobbies exceeds her own time and energy. You can discuss with your child that with so many hobbies, some hobbies can be the focus and some hobbies as non-focus, some hobbies today and some hobbies tomorrow.

  The second, you want to arrange the child to learn, the child is now not interested. There are only two solutions: one, not to arrange for now, and one, if you want to arrange for now, to guide your child to become interested.

  Your main job is to make her interested gradually with a certain introduction, rendering, by ear, with some kind of transition, with other vivid facts. It's not that you don't want to learn this and go for that, that's a wrong way to guide. This kind of guidance is not difficult because your child is more flexible and has a wider range of interests, which is easy to guide.

  As for your wish for her to learn composition in advance, according to my feeling, at least this summer there is no need for her to learn, but you can now find some better model essays of the second and third grade of elementary school, let her take a look and feel the feeling on it. Your child will not have a problem composing later. She has such a rich life and will have a good foundation for writing essays in the future, don't worry.

  Teach you a very simple way, you do not let her look at the picture to write now, you let her look at the picture to say well, this is the most children's program. Let her say a paragraph first, then, you then let her write down what she said. In this way, the child's writing skills are developed.

  You have her say a paragraph, you listen, help her remember, and then say, let's write down the paragraph she just said, okay? She will then recall it, or maybe there is something she can't recall, and you help her recall it. Then, praise and appreciate her, and this interest will be developed. The important thing is to build an interest in writing.

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