“Most things are good, and they are the strongest things, but there are evil things too, and you are not doing a child a favour by trying to shield him from reality. The important thing is to teach a child that good can always triumph over evil.” –Walt Disney
We have unwritten duties to safeguard and create a healthy lifestyle for our kids. They are the blessing of God to make our life like a lively garden with beautiful blossoms. As parents, we have lots of untold responsibilities in raising our kid.
Simple Ways Parenting Our Kids:
We should not command and instruct our kids like ‘Walk; walk.’ Don’t just tell your child what you want them to do. Show them how to walk slowly; teach them how to respond back; how to be active and how to be mentally and physically be strong.
So, be the person that you want your child to be; for that, you need to respect your child, show them positive behaviour, avoid the behaviours like violence, lack of interest, anger, abusive words and merely poor attitude, have empathy towards your child’s emotion, do not overreact for their mistakes and your child will follow suit.
Loving your child can be as simple as giving them hugs, kissing them, making them feel so special, making them feel special about their features and physical appearance and not discriminating them and the most important thing is that not comparing them with other kids; spending time with them and listening to their issues seriously every day and giving them warm feelings.
Give your child positive experiences. They will have the ability to experience positive experiences themselves and offer them to others. Give your child negative experiences. They won’t have the kind of development necessary for them to thrive.
“If you have never been hated by your child, you have never been a parent.” –Bette Davis
Today’s parents are more involved than they’ve ever been with their children’s development.
Except for when it comes to preschool.
Many parents drop their kids off in the morning while the teachers take over, and then pick them up at the end of the day without giving their learning much more thought.
To get the true benefits from early childhood education, however, parents need to consider how they can support what their children are learning throughout the day.
Parent involvement in early childhood education can extend the experiences that a child has in the classroom to real-world activities that happen in the home. A parent who understands what their child is working on at preschool has a better sense of their child’s competency and which areas they need to work on to improve confidence and ability.
“The best way to make children good is to make them happy.” –Oscar Wilde
Establishing good lines of communication between your child care centre and parents, as well as making a strong effort to involve parents as an important partner in their child’s education, you can make a positive impact on their learning ability.