How To Motivate The Children To Learn More

Positive feedbacks is one of the greatest and also one of the cheapest gifts a parent or a teacher could give to a growing child. Everyone could afford to encourage one another. It's quite affordable!

Encouragement is a powerful strategic tool that has proven over time to yield massive results in the lives of the growing children in relation to learning. It motivates them to become more.

When you encourage a child, it inspires him or her naturally to do more effortlessly without complaining, thereby saving you from going through a series of tug of war episodes at home and in school.

Encouragement entails appreciating every little efforts the child is putting in everything he or she does. This includes academics, extra-curricular and social activities.

Recognize their little efforts, winnings and celebrate them. When they make mistakes or fail in something, encourage them to learn from their mistakes and failures without prejudice. 

Learn how to use the right words and attitudes that won't hurt their feelings and emotions. They could read and interpret every facial expressions and representations, including your dissatisfactions, anger and frustration without you saying a word. It is very easy for them to get discourage or develop phobia for learning. Children are very observant in nature. 

As a parent or a teacher always model positive attitudes and behaviours for them to emulate. They are watching closely! The children hardly forget what they see with theirs eyes or hear with their ears. Every negative feedbacks, comments and energies matters. 

Here are some motivational tips: 

Do 𝙣𝙀𝙩 π™˜π™§π™žπ™©π™žπ™˜π™žπ™¨π™š, π™˜π™€π™’π™₯π™‘π™–π™žπ™£, 𝙀𝙧 π™˜π™€π™£π™™π™šπ™’π™£. These 3 π˜Ύπ™¨ damages kids psychology and inevitably makes them vulnerable, anxious or frustrated. It could also lead that very child to developing low self-esteem thereby, seeing his or herself as a lesser human. Teachers and parents please take note of this crucial point. 

Make them feel good about themselves, such as telling them they are enough, special and the best. Make sure you treat them as such, your words must align with your actions. You can't act otherwise. When you do this it will boost their self-esteem, self-perception and self-confidence. 

Praise and reward them whenever they achieve a milestone. Rewards could be as small as a short break to play, sightseeing or a bar of chocolate. Rewards doesn't have to be huge. This will encourage them to achieve more.

▪As a parent or a teacher 𝙙𝙀𝙣'𝙩 π™’π™–π™ π™š π™©π™π™š π™’π™žπ™¨π™©π™–π™ π™š 𝙀𝙛 π™₯π™§π™–π™žπ™¨π™žπ™£π™œ 𝙖 π™˜π™π™žπ™‘π™™ π™žπ™£ π™©π™π™š π™₯π™ͺπ™—π™‘π™žπ™˜ 𝙖𝙣𝙙 π™¨π™˜π™€π™‘π™™π™žπ™£π™œ π™π™žπ™’ 𝙀𝙧 π™π™šπ™§ π™žπ™£ π™©π™π™š π™₯π™§π™žπ™«π™–π™©π™š. Be sincere with your praises. Some parents are guilty of this anti motivational attitude. 

Be patient and supportive in all ramifications, mindfully guiding them to see how much more they could do or become if they add little bit of effort. 

When you encourage them positively you are working on their psychology indirectly. Psychology is everything! Stop being pushy and please bring down your high expectations bar! 

Motivate and motivate. 

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