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Curiosity is innate in children and must be cared for from birth so that they are capable of wanting to learn by themselves, since curiosity is the first step for children's learning.
Adults, on many occasions and most of the times without realizing it, feel that this curiosity may be inappropriate and may even see it as something negative that the child asks whenever he has doubts. But the reality is that the curiosity of children is something that should be empowered so that in the future children are efficient Do not cut the wings of curiosity!
Children begin to browse from the moment they begin to see, then to move around and explore the world around them. Curiosity is interest and motivation, essential factors for successful learning can occur. Children are little explorers of the world and will always want to know more and more, so the role of the adult is not at all to cut off this curiosity, but rather to ensure that this interest and this motivation is not lost on the path of child growth.
Therefore, as adults, we must respect this need for constant exploration, setting limits in inappropriate contexts but without restricting the innate curiosity of children. To respect it, we must forget phrases that are so harmful to the self-esteem of the little ones such as: 'leave that', 'shut up', 'don't move', 'don't be heavy' ...
Curiosity is not something that has to be promoted only at school (although it is also essential and essential), but from home it is also essential enhance it every day. For this I want to give you some ideas:
- Routines at home are important because they create habits and establish rules and limits, but from time to time different things can be done within the daily routines. An example might be changing your toothbrush for a fun one.
- Unexpected activities kids love so yes you organize an activity that children are not expected they will like to do it more.
- Feeling happy because your child asks is also a good idea because you must be prepared to be able to answer him whenever necessary (an answer according to his age and his ability to understand).
Curious children will be those who develop better observation skills, those who will learn better in school and those who will feel motivated to continue learning always even if they make mistakes, since they will see in the mistake a positive element of learning. It will be the obligation of the parents to be able to promote this curiosity at all stages and ages of the little ones.
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