I.2.2 A choice game that appeals to young children, works well, and is particularly intelligent

time:2022-10-02 04:04:41source:monlittlebaby.com author:Common phenomenon
I.2.2 A choice game that appeals to young children, works well, and is particularly intelligent

Around the age when the baby will go to kindergarten, that is, around the age of 3, he begins to enter the "first rebellious period" that the child will inevitably encounter in the process of growing up. The essence is that the baby grows to this age, discovers the existence of the self, and shows the self by saying "no". Sometimes I can really make my parents mad. I have always liked to jump on the trampoline, but today I took the baby directly and refused to go up and play! I just want to play the Bobo Pool, which I don't really like! But just after buying the ticket and playing in the Bobo Pool for a while, this guy is going to come back and jump on the trampoline again! Pissed off? Hey, this is a typical "first rebellious period" performance. If parents meet for the first time, of course they will be very angry, but if they think "Ouch! The child has really grown up!" Will they be happy instead? If you use small skills patiently, "rebellion" is really not difficult to deal with! In fact, from the time the baby can crawl and walk, the curiosity-driven exploration and play have occupied most of the child's time and energy. Don't parents or close caregivers have to keep chasing the baby to feed this and that? Doesn't the sudden urgency to pee happen occasionally? Therefore, finding a way to use "playing games" to convey expectations to your baby is the best and most effective way. Parents or close caregivers can do this: The first step is to change the already used sentence patterns "Baby eat this...", "Baby do this...", "Baby play this...", all to "Baby, let's play a game". As soon as children of this age hear about the game, their faces will light up and their eyes will light up. The second step, tell your baby that there are three things he wants him to choose, one of which is what you expect your baby to do. It is especially important to tell the baby that there are prizes for the right choice. Children of this age are very excited about any symbolic prizes, and they don't know about value at all. At the beginning of the game, if the baby chooses the right one, you will of course commend it vigorously and encourage him to do the things he chooses. If the baby chooses incorrectly, first praise the baby for his brave choice, and then remind the baby to see if there is a better choice, give him a patient analysis of the pros and cons of each option, and then let the baby choose to exercise self-awareness. Repeat like this until the baby chooses your expectation, and then the expected "grand prize" is awarded, allowing the child to happily do what he "chooses". This game is called the "Choice Game". It makes full use of the mentality of "playing the best in the world" in the minds of children of this age. It not only solves the child's need to be the master, but also meets the expectations of parents, and can gradually cultivate children's correct thinking awareness. and method. The key is that it takes time to play games, and parents need to be patient enough to play this "choice game" with their children. Parents only need to think that their children will be very sensible and reasonable in the future, and they will think about problems, identify priorities and make wise choices. This kind of effort is really worth it! (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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