Learning is impossible to succeed without effort and sweat, but it is also inherently joyful. Although hard thinking means hurting the brain, for the mind it is nothing more than physical exhaustion, an exhaustion that accompanies one's discovery and expression of oneself and is actually an accessory to pleasure.

  To really make children realize that learning is their own business, they should do at least the following things in their study tutoring.

  One is to let the child speak to the parents about the problem and be a student of the child. If the child can tell the process of thinking and analyzing, it shows that the child has used his or her brain to learn, and can also encourage the child to write the reason for solving the problem.

  The second is to guide the child to make up problems according to the examples in the book. This is a conscious synthesis of what has been learned and can be described as a creative use of the knowledge that is available. Children will combine what they have learned, the topics they have worked on, and the methods they have accumulated to form a creative activity in learning.

  Third, children are guided to use their imagination to understand knowledge or do topics. Imagination is the wing of thinking, and thinking without imagination is like a machine without a motor, unable to take steps towards development. In fact, it is the visualization of knowledge and the formation of a variety of diagrams in the brain.

  How to induce a child's desire to learn?

  A child's lack of curiosity is usually not a result of our influence or lack of rigor, but rather a blockage of the child's interest. These include interest (curiosity), dreams, achievement, questioning, gratitude, motivation, and anger, which are the channels to unblock and inspire children's curiosity.


  Interest comes from curiosity, and curiosity is a child's nature. It can also be said that curiosity is a child's innate desire to know, that is, a hunger for knowledge, a desire to make things clear, a desire to do things better, a desire to be able to solve and deal with problems through learning. There is the classic story of

  A mother, because her child had just bought a gold watch as a fresh toy disassembled the table broke, beat the child severely, and told the child's teacher, the teacher humorously said: "I'm afraid that a Chinese Edison was shot."

  Then the teacher further analyzed: "This behavior of the child is a manifestation of creativity, and you should not beat the child. You should free your child's hands and let him have hands-on opportunities from an early age."

  "So what should I do now?" The mother listened to the teacher's words, felt very reasonable, and then thought carefully about her behavior and felt some regret.

  "There are ways to remedy this." The teacher went on to say, "You can take the gold watch to the watch store with your child and let your child stand by and watch how the watch repairman fixes it. In this way, the watch repair store becomes a classroom for learning, the watch repairer becomes a gentleman, your child becomes a student, the repair fee becomes a tuition fee, and the child's curiosity can be satisfied."

  This teacher is the famous educator Mr. Tao Xingchi. Mr. Tao Xingchi was one of the advocates of creative education. He believed that human creativity is the fundamental root, and one of the purposes of education is to stimulate the creativity of children.

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

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