Let your child shout "I can do it"-Woodmam


      Today's children are the masters of the new century. What they can or cannot do has a bearing on the future fate of the Chinese nation and the rise and fall of humanity in the 21st century.

  For the development of all skills lies in making children feel that they can do it. What a person learns today or tomorrow is not the most important thing, but the key is to master the method of learning, to be able to learn, to love learning and to have the confidence to do things.

  Many children often say "I can't do it". There are two sources of this awareness: one is from the self, called self-awareness; the other is from others, called external awareness. Some parents themselves always feel that their children are not good enough. One boy wrote to his sister, "I want to learn to swim, but my mother says, 'You can't, you've been weak since you were little, you'll drown! I want to learn how to cook, but my mother says, "You can't do it, you'll burn your hands! I want to learn to ride a bike, my mum says, you can't, you'll fall over ...... No, no, when will I be able to?"

  This mother appears to be very protective of her child, but in fact she is doing her child a disservice. If you keep saying "you can't" to your child, slowly the child will think that he or she really can't do anything. Once "I can't do it" has taken root in a child's mind, he or she will become less confident in doing anything and will find it difficult to do anything without his or her parents and teachers.

  Therefore, the only way a child can feel that he or she can do something is if the parents believe that the child can do it.

  At school, your child will take part in various competitions and beforehand, parents should encourage him or her: "Mummy and Daddy believe you can do it!" If your child loses, even if he or she comes in last place, parents should encourage him or her by saying, "You're good if you dare to go to the competition!" Let your child win as well as lose, and help your child improve his or her ability to withstand setbacks.

  A person's potential is quite large. An American mathematician believes that the total number of neurons in the human brain is between 10 billion and 14 billion, so the amount of information that the human brain can remember in a lifetime is equivalent to three to four times the capacity of the largest library in the world - the Library of Congress, which has a collection of 20 million books. Therefore, if your child's academic performance does not go up for a while, we mothers and fathers do not have to be too impatient, we have to be patient and inspiring, as long as you believe that your child can do it, he will be able to do it.

  Gai Yutian, a modern Peking Opera performer, once said, "There is nothing under the sun that cannot be done. Since we were young, we have been working out the 'line' from the 'no', which is called 'practicing the line'. You always have to have confidence in everything and always think 'yes'. If you do something and worry about 'I'm afraid it won't work' before you've done it, then you don't have the courage."

  It's courage and confidence that rules our destiny, and this courage and confidence must be cultivated from an early age. When "I can do it" becomes a belief that settles quietly in children's hearts over time, they will really grow up.

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

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