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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Give More Positive Words To Your Child

In daily life, too many parents would educate their children with these words such as not to throw your toys away anywhere, not to quarrel with other children and so on. In fact, the parents who always say such words are often perturbed by their children. In fact, these not to do words are finally useless.

Many parents always want to know that why they fail in kids family education, believe it or not, it is the common words such as NO, Don’t, Not to do, all of which are said by their parents. According to the scientific research, not only the children, few adults pay the attention on these words in daily life told by other people. If parents say not to throw your toys away anywhere, not to quarrel with other children and other words frequently, children would understand with their own meaning that throw thing anywhere and quarrel with other children.

it is no exaggeration to say that parents’ inappropriate words in daily life is the main reason for children to produce the bad behaviours. Imagine that your children hear the words such as Don’t, Not to do every day, their mood will be influenced. In fact, it is easy to change such situation, the parents, the teachers and other people change their way of talking with soft words, the good results will be got. For example, you can say to your children with these words you should tidy up your room, you should play with children with happy mood. All in all, these words with positive teachings will bring the good result for children. Above all, these words would be useful for children family education.

Of course, parents should know that you do not expect such one word will make the miracle, it is a long process. For a long time, you would find your children’s behaviours would be changed slowly.

 

What Things You Not to Say to Your Kid?

1. No (running, hitting, yelling, fill in the verb)! Kids hear the word “no” far too frequently .Train yourself to say what you want them to do instead of what you don’t. So, you can say “Walk, please” instead of “No running”.

2. Good job! . Train yourself to respond with “You did it!” or “You got it!” or “You figured it out!”. Notice the common element is starting with the word “you” and then acknowledging what they worked at, rather than what you think about it.

3. Don’t argue with me. Children are programmed to question, analyze and wonder about situations. This can sometimes present itself in an argumentative manner, but this is actually a normal part of development. Instead of cutting off the conversation, you can say, “I know you want my answer to be different, but it will not change”. You can also train yourself to make sure the child fully understands your response, with “I just told you my answer. Do you have a question about it?” This allows the child to present their opinion or get clarification. Either way, the child is allowed to express their thoughts or concerns and feel validated without an argument.

4. Wait until your Dad/Mom/other person finds out about this. This does two things. First, it creates anxiety and fear in the child, especially of the person who you are going to tell about whatever happened. Second, it ignores your responsibility to deal with the issue at hand and passes it to someone else. By the time a child has gotten in trouble for something, they already feel guilty, sorry and embarrassed about it. Threatening to tell someone else rubs salt in the wound. Choose whether the other person really needs to know about the issue, and if yes, let the child decide who will tell them. “Do you choose to tell (Mom) what happened, or choose for me to tell her with you there to make sure that I explain it correctly?” This gives the child respect and responsibility for their actions.

5. If you do that one more time… I can’t tell you the number of times I hear that phrase when around other parents, even though it is highly ineffective. First, you are threatening a child, which makes them fearful of you. Second, the threat is usually not something that is feasible to do (we are going home, you are going straight to bed, you don’t get dinner, you are grounded for a week, etc.) What we say in frustration is not only impractical but easily forgettable. Then we contradict our credibility.

6. You are doing that the wrong way. Parents tend to want control all of the time, and it takes work to allow kids to have freedom to do what they choose. Of course, there will be times when a task must be completed in a certain fashion (homework, etc.). However, many times we force kids to do something the “right way”, when it could have been done in several ways.

7. That is what happens when you… We often try to teach lesson to kids about life at the most inappropriate times. If a child gets hurt because they were doing something dangerous or inappropriate, they already learned their lesson. It is wasted words to try to express a rule when a child is upset, as they focus on one thing at a time

8. You can’t/Don’t do that. Telling a child that they can’t do something makes them prove that they can, by telling you or showing you that it is in fact possible. Telling a kid to not do something makes them want to argue or rebel. Train yourself to explain the reason behind your statement.

9. We are (whatever the child doesn’t want to do at that moment), OKAY? In an attempt to be kind and loving to children, parents tend to ask kids for their approval. The reality is that asking your child if it is okay sets you up for an argument when the child says no. This helps the child feel understood, but still communicates that leaving is non-negotiable.

10. You are making me really mad right now. Parents tend to let their children control their emotions, when it is the parent who is ultimately responsible for how they feel. It is also important for kids to understand that they choose what they feel, and they are not creating emotions in you. Train yourself to say, “I need a break right now because I am getting upset” or “I am angry right now”. You can communicate your feelings to your children without placing the burden of cause on them.

Tips to Pick Acting Class For Your Child

Pick an acting coach that lets kids be kids. This doesn’t mean that a child acting class should be all play, but fun should definitely be incorporated in teaching… or not only will your child not enjoy the class, they will start to think they have to behave like an adult when they audition, which is exactly what casting directors don’t want to see. Directors and producers look for kids who can act, not kids who act like adults. Children have a natural ability to play make believe and to really get invested in their imaginary games (something many adults lose when they grow up), so acting can be very natural and fun to them. The goal is to find a kid acting teacher that will teach them how to stay natural when they play in front of an audience (or camera) and not coach them a specific way to say a line or make a face, so look for acting schools for kids that teach things like Spolin’s theater games, storytelling, role playing and mime.

Although all the skills mentioned above are useful, the most important thing children can gain from a good acting class is the confidence to be themselves. If they know what to expect when they walk into an audition because they’ve done it all before in class, they will be much more confident. Pick a kids acting class that prepares them for auditions, lets them perform in front of others and gives them practice time in front of the camera. For example, they should learn things like how to find their mark and slate their name during on-camera auditions. Look for a kids acting class that offers support and makes children realize that their worth has nothing to do with whether or not they are successful in the biz.

 

Creative Teaching Methods

Quite a few education articles do speak this issue and so they place the fault on the children’s reduced focus to the advance of gadgets, appliances and expert services that provide immediate end results or possibly solutions, thus, making perseverance some kind of unfamiliar concept to the youngster. To illustrate, any time a student can feel bored to death, he or she can straightaway focus his attention to the smart phone being close at hand and also have fun with several betting games and as a result amuse him or her self.

On the other hand, this form of action is just building anxiety in the kid and he is much more likely to really feel a lot more stressed within the class in which he is not permitted to do anything else except to sit down and then listen to the actual coach. The youngster finds that it is hard to deal with this kind of limitation as there is little or nothing he could do in order to satisfy his want to take care of boredom and that gives rise to minimized attention levels.

Clearly, much more recent and latest teaching method has to be used to have the opportunity to efficiently struggle with the problems which technologies have presented. Teaching kids in these days is usually a talent of which tutors really should be appropriately certified. Having said that, by far the most reliable teaching method usually requires utilization of the technology alone.

Since it’s the actual digital gadget that finds itself effective with regard to grasping the kid’s special attention, tutors could certainly ask for assistance from exactly the same gadgets in order to make kids appreciate the numerous subject areas. Teachers are able to make use of notebooks and also projectors and make a video hall similar aura like a teaching method to hold the interest of their pupils. Professors might then continue with the coaching utilising slide-shows or some times animated graphics that make the topic highly appealing. There are lots of computer animated educational programs available on the internet and many education articles sometimes have shortcuts to web pages which contain these kinds of training programs.

Alternatively, educators also can utilize realistic items as illustrations and they also may well utilize role play in teaching kids to elevate students’ curiosity and also excitement. As an illustration, whilst schooling with regards to plants and flowers, school teachers might take the students into the botanic garden to demonstrate the flowers, herbs along with the bushes. One additional teaching method can be the following, the actual trainer could ask the kids to pick out a flower or plant or bush and create a super hero who may have powers just as the herb. As an example ,, whenever a herb releases specified substances to defend against bugs then related force of a superhero should be to discharge chemicals to be able to fight burglars. Once youngsters begin connecting study with having fun, they should have the similar passion for learning process as for having fun.