The stage of exerting influence-woodmam

The infant is in a quasi-hypnotic state. If friends have studied a little psychology, in the hypnotic state, the human subconscious is particularly receptive to external suggestion.

  So, all kinds of statements to the infant, all kinds of chanting, all kinds of admiration and compliments, all the expressions of the adults, are they smiling? Amiable? Encouraging? Appreciative? all enter deeply into the subconscious of the fetus and influence the structure of his intelligence and personality throughout his life.

  This period is a special time for the education of the child in the psychological sense.

  Every benign word of the adult: appreciative, encouraging, complimentary, has an effect on the child and is not in vain. Do not think that the child does not speak yet, does not understand the words of adults yet, does not know what adults say yet, does not know what is a cup and what is a table yet, so do not tell it to him. Then you are wrong.

  What you are telling now is exactly what can penetrate the child's mind.

  Knowing this, you can successfully implement the early education of the infant.

  Important stages of exerting influence on your child

  Therefore, it is important to develop the infant's five positive qualities in learning by means of description, by verbal cues, by appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example, just as you do with older children.

  The five positive qualities not only hold true in the early education of infants, but also have a special efficiency. This is because this is a particularly sensitive and important stage for exerting a benign influence on your child.

  If your child is at this age, please find new sensations and implement them in this way immediately. You will find that you are a vision, an attitude, when you think that your child is small and does not know anything. Knowing that your child understands everything, but just can't express it yet, can't fully show it yet, you have a new vision and a new attitude.

  Because you believe in him, your communication with your child is immediately motivated.

  When parents are motivated, all communication has energy and reaches the child's heart.

  Don't assume your child doesn't understand

  Parents often make the mistake of thinking that children don't understand the adult world. Wrong!

  Children all see the world with their own special eyes and feel it with their own special hearts.

  Establishing this perspective on early infant education is of vital importance not only for the growth of infants, but also for later early childhood education, teenage education, and youth education.

  Don't think that children don't understand. When you see infants as beings who can accept and understand the outside world, you especially won't ignore the comprehension and acceptance of the world by five or six year olds, seven or eight year olds, and teenagers. In this way, parents have a truly active, proactive and powerful perspective in implementing education for their children.

  Learning from birth

  Most parents begin teaching their infant to recognize words only after he or she can talk. It is often assumed that word recognition involves reading out loud. In reality, infants can be taught to recognize words when they cannot vocalize, and it is very easy to implement and has tremendous implications for a child's early intellectual development.

  Although babies can't talk yet, they can move their hands. At this point you bring a toothpaste, point it and say, black and white toothpaste, pointing repeatedly. The child actually starts to remember, he listens curiously to your voice and looks at the words you point out to him. Children at this time are especially eager to learn. You teach him just like that, without having to teach him several times. After a while, say "black" to your child, and your child will point his finger towards the word "black". If you say "white", he will point to the word "white".

  The child can already understand the adult's instructions when he or she is not talking, and already has a memory and a special interest in remembering.

  This is something that can be trained.

  Admire your child when he or she recognizes words: Yes, well said!

  When your child is a little older, say a year or so, he will open his mouth when you take him out to play. He will say, Dad, what is that word, Mom, what is that word. When outsiders look, they often marvel: such a small child knows so many words.

  The admiration, appreciation and praise around the child will make the child more motivated to recognize words.

  I remember when I took my child on the bus, and when I saw the words on the roadside, he pointed out the window and read them, and the adults around him admired him: Oh, this child is so small, how can he know so many words? Because of this, he especially loves to ride in the car.

  Parents must know that babies have a strong ability to learn.

  Don't think that because he can't talk he doesn't have the ability to learn.

  Even if the child is now very small, even the hands can not move it, he is still learning.

  Parenting Motto.

  No matter how young a child is, even if it is an infant, he must be trusted to be able to receive outside information, to be influenced, and to be nurtured.

  This is the most important starting point for early education.

  In encouraging the five positive aspects of a child's intelligence, the difference between "will" and "love" is a word that elevates the appreciation and praise of what a child loves to do to what he or she can do.

  Parents' main task is to cultivate their children's observation, memory, thinking, expression, reading and self-management, interest, confidence, attention and perseverance.

  The main focus is on positive development; also using the logical interruption method to interrupt the child's faulty thinking.

  The emphasis is on the use of appreciation, praise, encouragement, and example, which are the most effective.

  11 Family education in early childhood

  The cultivation of learning ability in early childhood is closely related to the shaping and refinement of character.

  The five positive qualities should be nurtured in a manner appropriate to the different personalities of children.

  The principle of play should be especially firmly implemented.

  11.1 From knowledge to character, the child learns

  If we consider the age of two or three as the transition period from infant to toddler, then the child in early childhood is already walking, talking, and has some ability to express himself or herself.

  Certain principles of early childhood education are certainly the same as those of infant education.

  It must be believed: young children accept, understand, and learn everything about the world, and about what you tell them. If an infant can learn, surely a toddler can learn better.

  Don't think that a two- or three-year-old child will not remember a word you say to him or a practice you have for him. Think that you can be untrustworthy with a two- or three-year-old child, thinking that the child does not know what to do.

  Don't think that a two or three year old child can be bluffed, that you can just tell a lie and forget about it when you're done. This should never be the case. The child is always learning, always remembering, and everything you say and do has an impact on the child's future intellectual and mental structure.

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