I.2.3 How to prevent young children from making noise when they are interrupted from playing?

time:2022-12-09 06:47:34source:monlittlebaby.com author:Diet
I.2.3 How to prevent young children from making noise when they are interrupted from playing?

Many parents have encountered the following situation: when they say to a playful young child that they want to do something important together, the child "suddenly" strongly refuses, and even makes a loud noise. It is clear that the child has always been happy to do that, and the child knows that he has obvious benefits, but the child is strongly opposed to it and even makes a scene! In fact, there is nothing wrong with that incident itself, but the parents neglected an important step in the whole process: giving advance notice. If you can give the child a clear prompt half an hour or more than ten minutes before the event: "How much time do we have to do?" Most of the children will agree, and then the child's confrontation will be greatly reduced. All successful people today have strong time management skills, and effective time management is part of their success story. Although people with good time management are not necessarily successful, successful people manage their time well. This shows how important it is to cultivate children's time awareness and learn how to manage time from an early age. In reality, there are many parents who may be weak in this regard, so it is just right to improve themselves in the process of accompanying their children's growth, so that nurturing their children's growth can become a driving force for self-improvement at the same time. To be honest, I do feel like I've grown a lot since raising my son. In the process of nurturing children, parents can help cultivate children's awareness of time by paying attention to a few aspects: 1. When playing with children, deliberately look at the clock from time to time, and children will gradually feel the importance of time. 2. When playing and interacting with children, parents murmur from time to time what to do at the hour, and the importance of time is gradually integrated into children's consciousness. 3. Write down the daily schedule on a small drawing board or a small sticker board at home, and deliberately talk about what to do at what hour. The child not only gradually builds up time awareness, but also learns a very basic and primitive time Management Skills: Doing things according to an already programmed schedule. (Reminder: The following "collections" have more professional and practical parenting knowledge, pay attention to this number to receive the latest information)
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