We are always looking for ways to make sure our children are doing their best, and ways to give our children the best. The competition is getting intense and study burden greater by the day. Here are a few ways you can help support your child’s learning process.
• Positive Outlook – It’s important to demonstrate a positive attitude about education to your children. Showing your children both the value and use of education in your daily lives will provide a powerful model for them. By getting involved in their education you’ll show your support and encouragement of the same.
• Encourage Reading – Inculcating a reading habit in your child will go a long way. Reading is the key to lifelong learning, and a habit to read will keep them motivated, interested and more adaptable to the learning process at school.
• Listen To Your Child’s Need – Take time to talk to your child, and observe what he/she has to say. Many times parents tend to ignore little things that the child is trying to put across. Talking and listening to your child will also enhance their language skills.
• Encourage Responsibility & Independent Working – Instill a sense of responsibility in your child. Set certain rules that will help him/her work independently and be responsible for the work allocated to him. This will enable him/her to excel at school.
• Encourage Active Learning – Active learning involves sports, spending time with friends/family, theater, musical instruments, museum visits, and learning through questioning and answering. Adding multiple elements to the learning process will help them succeed better, making learning more fun, and higher retention power.
Make the learning process fun for your child, rather than making him fret*fret*
➤ (n) agitation resulting from active worry
➤ (n) a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
➤ (n) an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief)
➤ (n) a small bar of metal across the fingerboard of a musical instrument; when the string is stopped by a finger at the metal bar it will produce a note of the desired pitch
➤ (v) worry unnecessarily or excessively
➤ (v) be agitated or irritated
➤ (v) provide (a musical instrument) with frets
➤ (v) become or make sore by or as if by rubbing
➤ (v) cause annoyance in
➤ (v) gnaw into; make resentful or angry
➤ (v) carve a pattern into
➤ (v) decorate with an interlaced design
➤ (v) be too tight; rub or press
➤ (v) cause friction
➤ (v) remove soil or rock
➤ (v) wear away or erode
…by BeeDictionary.com it. And have some fun with them along the way!