Passing on enthusiasm to children-Woodmam
There are many factors that contribute to a person's success, and enthusiasm is one of them.
Enthusiasm comes from the heart and is an optimistic state of mind that resides deep within a person. The difference in intelligence and ability between those who succeed and those who fail is usually not great, but if two people are similar in every way, the one who is enthusiastic and indefatigable will have a better chance of achieving what he or she wants. Enthusiasm, in fact, is a form of willpower underpinned by a stable, positive and tenacious mindset. It is the foundation of the indomitable quality and an important quality for success in one's career. A person who is less capable but has enthusiasm will usually outperform someone who is very capable but lacks enthusiasm as well.
In working with children, I find that some children are beautiful and versatile, but there is always something missing in them. What was missing? There was a lack of enthusiasm. There was no smile on their beautiful faces, no enthusiasm radiating from their big eyes. So, I often think: as a father, mother and teacher, it is my responsibility to pass on my enthusiasm to my children.
When I speak, I should first think about whether my words are beautiful, and not say anything that is not beautiful; when I do something, I should first think about whether my actions are beautiful, and not do anything that is not beautiful; when I treat others, I should first think about whether my heart is beautiful, and not do anything that is not good for others.
If you always think before you act, you will know what to say and what to do, and what not to say and what not to do. If you keep on doing this, you will be able to create a good image of yourself over time.
In our daily life, students must not swear and remember the three words of civility and politeness taught by our "sister".
1. Say "Good morning!" when you meet someone. "Hello!"
2. To apologise, say: "Sorry!" "Please forgive me!"
3. To thank you, say: "Thank you!" "Thank you for your trouble!"
Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities