The biggest game is learning-woodmam

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The game is a simulation of the work, and the work is an extension of the game.

  Children cooking is a game, but adults cooking is work. Why is cooking for children a game and cooking for adults a job?

  So, we can say that cooking and cooking for adults is also a game, and cooking and cooking for children is also work.

  The biggest game for students is learning

  It is necessary to find something that is connected between play and work. That is interest, that is joy, that is confidence, that is excitement, confidence and relaxed state.

  So, when raising children to learn, make them not bored with learning, enjoy it, and treat it like the game they love.

  The biggest game for students is learning. If a child cannot go to school for various reasons, his greatest envy is probably definitely not playing soccer anymore, not playing video games, but envy of other children who can go to school.

  Therefore, to treat learning with the principle of play is a concept that parents should cultivate in their children's minds, to love learning as much as they love games, and never to poison the joyful character of learning.

  It must not be made into a situation where learning is the greatest pain for the child. The principles and features of the game should be used profoundly to excite people, push them, attract them, encourage them, and excite them.

  Features of games

  What are the characteristics of the game? Why does it attract crowds of people? Because it is in itself exciting, driving, attracting, encouraging, and exciting.

  All games contain competition, wisdom, excitement and joy.

  These principles of games that attract, push, encourage, excite, and thrill people should be used throughout the learning.

  Parents should be good at using this mystery.

  The game machine will have the problem of scoring high or low, kicking a soccer ball has a goal not to win or lose the problem. All games have rules, and the rules of these games are precisely a reflection of the principle that we humans strive for success and avoid failure in our work.

  The similarity of games with work and learning

  Games come from work, and work in turn looks for its own work characteristics from games.

  Because human beings have to compare wisdom in life, they create games that compare wisdom, such as chess and Go. It is the games that simulate work to focus those features of human life that attract, excite, excite, drive and inspire people.

  Be good at finding out the characteristics of the game at work.

  Good parents are good at making their children learn, observe, and remember as a very fun thing to do.

  See how engaged your child is in playing soccer? How unprompted your child is when he or she plays video games? How brainy your child is when he or she plays with the computer? How hard does your child like to sing and dance? Similarly, to make children so interested in learning, even more than the game, it is entirely possible to do, the key lies in the guidance of parents and teachers.

  Because learning is originally the biggest, richest and most interesting game.

  There is also scoring in the game, two to zero, three to zero, the game machine is two thousand points, three thousand points. All have scoring principles. The scoring principles in games are the same as the scoring principles in learning.

  There are awarding principles in games, and there are awarding principles in learning, all are the same.

  Using the laws of the game to guide children's learning

  So, using the various laws of games to guide your child's learning is something for parents to get their heads around.

  As long as you treat memory as something that has fun and nurture your child with games, you have found the mystery of improving your child's memory.

  Memory nurturing also has a problem of perseverance. As with games, you can't always win at football, right? You can't always win when you play computer games or video games. If you lose, what else do you need to do? The same goes for memory. It is also important to cultivate perseverance.

  Use visualization, description, suggestion, appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example to develop perseverance in memory.

  5.8 Nurture your child's memory skills in an integrated way

  People have multiple memory abilities

  The first is the ability of the senses, visual memory, auditory memory, taste memory, smell memory, skin touch memory and motor memory.

  Some people remember things they see particularly easily, which is called good visual memory. This is mostly true of painters.

  Some people can remember what sounds almost as soon as they hear them. The auditory memory is well developed. This is mostly true of musicians.

  Some people remember especially well when they touch it with their hands. Sculptors and connoisseurs identify the feel and texture of an object and remember it as soon as they touch it. These people have a particularly good tactile memory.

  Generally speaking, athletes have a particularly good motor memory.

  A wine tasting expert, for example, has a particularly good memory for taste and smell.

  Then, for children, these kinds of memory should be cultivated in combination. Because when a person remembers a thing, several memory powers are used at the same time, and several senses are excited and engaged at the same time.

  Mechanical memory vs. comprehension memory

  Second, there is mechanical memory and comprehension memory.

  Mechanical memory is commonly known as rote memorization, and sometimes it is necessary to memorize a word or a name by rote. This is called mechanical memory.

  There is also comprehension memory. For example, a mathematical formula, you understand, it is particularly easy to remember. This is called comprehension memory.

  Both mechanical memory and comprehension memory need to be cultivated.

  The way Marx cultivated his mechanical memory as a child was to memorize groups of meaningless numbers, what is this? This is specifically to train mechanical memory.

  Logical Memory and Figurative Memory

  Third, memory has logical memory and figurative memory.

  Logical memory can be understood, learning mathematics, science and chemistry, most of them need logical memory. Then, drawing, writing, to have a figurative memory. Go to this park to observe something, come back to describe your observations, this is the image memory.

  Logical memory and figurative memory must also be cultivated together.

  Memory and Observation, Thinking

  Fourth, the relationship between memory and observation skills.

  Good observation facilitates memory, and careful observation facilitates strong memory.

  The relationship between memory and thinking is that it is easy to think clearly and remember deeply; it is easier to remember firmly when you understand clearly.

  There are various ways to develop memory, and when you have developed the five positive qualities of your child, for older children, such as already in the third or fourth grade, already in junior high school, he can summarize the methods of memory himself.

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