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    Educating children towards success

     

    Teachers and parents play a crucial role in a child’s development. Whether its story telling at night or allowing them to play outside, you may not be aware of it, but it’s these simple things that can create a huge impact on their future. Teachers already have enough on their plate, and are doing everything they can to ensure success for our children, but parents need to know how they can nurture their kid's gifts so that they’ll be prepared for the road ahead. Also try to remember that teacher's have concerns about parents, just as much as we may sometimes have concerns about teachers,  I've prepared a few simple tips on how you can effectively set your children on the road to success, here are just a few simple ways to get you started.

     

     

    Encourage their imagination

    Studies show that children who are encouraged to explore their imagination early on in life have a better grasp on language. Not only do they have a more expansive vocabulary, but they are also very adept at constructing sentences. Children with developed imagination are better at piecing together details from stories, thus growing up to be wide readers.   You can encourage a child’s imagination through reading stories and allowing them to make up their own. Help them put together up their own characters and plot lines. It’s a great way to build their confidence in their own abilities.

     

     

    Develop creativity through playtime

    Another way that you can help set a child’s path towards success is through creative playtime. Developing a child’s creativity through simple activities like painting or playing with plastic bricks can help improve coordination. Problem solving is also developed along with creativity so children who are encouraged to play, grow up to cope better when problems strike.   You can help develop a child’s creativity through challenging board games like chess or scrabble. This way, they also learn about putting together strategies and following the right order of things.

     

     

    Start off your children young in the area of finance

    Looking for a way to develop a child’s basic math skills? No better way than to start them off with a basic financial education. They’ll learn to add and subtract numbers faster through basic math principles. Since finance plays an important role in everyone’s lives, educating children on this area early is definitely going to be advantageous to them in the long run. Teaching them about proper management is not only going to develop their money smarts, but also their sense of responsibility. Who knows? It might even lead them to a career in banking and finance. You can find resources and lesson plans to use at Mint.com.

     

     

    Do role playing activities

    You may not be aware of it, but role playing games can also contribute to a child’s success. It’s a great way to teach young children about everyday life through varying themes. Role playing can also be a means to teach them about their surroundings and how they should react in different scenarios. It will help them develop empathy, a quality that only truly successful people have. At Mom's Life Today you can find a great post about fun role playing games for kids.  Success isn’t far off if you can provide the necessary skills and tools for your children. By allowing them to explore their imagination and developing their creativity and problem skills, you’re not just paving the road to success; you’re giving them a brighter future.

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