Memory is the foundation of children's intellectual development-Woodmam

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Every child is born with super strong learning ability. They receive all kinds of information anytime and anywhere without us realizing it, improve and enrich themselves, and make continuous progress. Learning is their automatic and stable inner need. What parents need to do is to focus on cultivating several learning abilities that are crucial to the development of children, helping children save physical strength and improve the efficiency of learning.

Genius is equal to one percent of talent plus ninety-nine percent of acquired effort and training, and the same is true for the pros and cons of memory. Although there are individual differences in children's memory, the more important thing is to cultivate and practice the day after tomorrow.

【Parent-child scene】

Case 1:

Mao Yisheng is an outstanding bridge expert in my country. He presided over the design and organized the construction of China's first modern steel bridge, setting a monument in the history of Chinese bridges. He loves reading since childhood and is good at reading. He has an extraordinary memory, and he often remembers reading books. This skill is envied by many people, and this is the result of his diligent training.

In order to exercise his memory, Mao Yisheng would go to the river every morning to read and endorse books. There were sailing boats coming and going and fishermen singing fisherman songs on the river, but Mao Yisheng turned a blind eye and turned a deaf ear, and devoted his attention to knowledge. in the ocean.

One day, Mao Yisheng watched his grandfather copy the ancient text "Dongdu Fu" with a calligraphy brush. After his grandfather copied it, Mao Yisheng could recite it fluently. Grandpa was surprised and immediately praised Mao Yisheng.

With the encouragement of his grandfather, Mao Yisheng began to recite the boring pi. He recites pi every day when he wakes up, recites it again before noon, and recites it again before dinner, and perseveres every day. From 10 digits, 20 digits, to 30 digits, 40 digits... After unremitting efforts, he memorized the pi to 100 digits after the decimal point.

Case 2:

Jiaying is in the first grade this year, but her memory is not very good. The knowledge that the teacher taught in the last class, and the questions she asks in the next class, she can't answer. At home, you often forget the exact location of your things. Mom taught her how to read the clock, and she said it many times, but she still didn't remember it.

Jiaying's current situation has a lot to do with her mother's lack of encouragement and guidance when she was a child. Once, when her mother took her to play the slide, she looked at the orange handrail of the slide and excitedly said to her, "Mom, the color of the slide is the same color as the oranges we have eaten." What kind of reaction, Jiaying thought she was wrong and didn't dare to speak again. Similar events repeated between her and her mother over and over again. It is this kind of parenting mode that lacks encouragement and interaction that makes Jiaying's memory gradually "poor".

【Expert Analysis】

Memory is the foundation of a child's intellectual development. It refers to the ability of a child's brain to store and reproduce what has been experienced. For children in the learning stage, the pros and cons of memory directly determine the pros and cons of their academic performance.

All behaviors, such as life, study, and work, are inseparable from memory, and memory is the warehouse of intellectual activities. Therefore, parents should pay attention to the development of their children's memory during the early childhood when their intellectual development is the most important.

Many parents have misunderstandings, thinking that memory is innate, and children's poor memory is due to dull talent. In fact, it is not the case. The quality of children's memory is related to the extent to which their parents develop their memory, as well as the conditions and methods of memory of the children themselves. In addition, the factors that affect children's memory are motivation, interest, physical quality, emotions and so on.

Studies have shown that children have a certain memory ability two or three days after birth. With the growth of age, memory ability will develop naturally, but purposeful and planned training can effectively improve children's memory.

The world-renowned memory master George Uchilin has an amazing memory. In 1989, he successfully challenged the Guinness World Record for Memory. It took him 20 hours to memorize the order of 30 decks of cards, a total of 1560 cards. He then spent 2 hours and 43 minutes telling the exact number of points on each card, only wrong by two. Talking about the secret of memory, he said that his memory was not very good in the past. In order to cope with the difficult homework in school, he went to the library to find books that could help memory. Through exploration, he developed a super memory.

Human memory potential is enormous. The famous scientist von Neumann believes that the memory reserves of a person's life are equivalent to the amount of information in 70 to 80 million books. However, the potential of the brain we use is only a very small part, and a person can only use it at most in his life. 10% of the brain's potential. If parents can realize the important influence of memory on their children, teach them scientific memory methods, and build their children's "camera-like" brains, the children's intelligence will be developed with half the effort.

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