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Behavior that reflects a child’s high IQ


Oct 1, 2023

Many parents find that their children are resistant to going to school, but they still don\’t know how to effectively guide their children. For children, if they have special talents, the earlier they are discovered, the easier it will be to develop them into abilities, which will have a great impact on life. For example, if a child is good-looking, he or she can learn the art of dance; if a child sings well, he or she can learn professional vocal music knowledge. There is also a kind of child with super high IQ, and their performance is usually different from ordinary people. If parents are not good at discovering, their children\’s talents may be wasted. Great scientists all have some \”eccentricities\” when they were young. Many scientists and inventors had some \”eccentric\” behaviors when they were children, which are often difficult for others to understand. But it is precisely because of their unique way of thinking that they achieved the life of a great man. The famous physicist Einstein was often called \”stupid\” when he was a child because he had a poor memory and could not always remember what others said. Everyone thought that Einstein would be useless when he grew up, but unexpectedly he became a world-famous physicist. After Einstein became famous, he answered a question about his poor memory in an interview. It turns out that in his cognition, it was not that he had poor memory, but that he simply did not want to remember things that he thought were useless, such as knowledge in books or what others said. He will control himself to focus on research and not be disturbed by the outside world. This extraordinary control made him a great man. For a child with poor memory like Einstein, most parents may think that he is \”not smart enough\”. Often because of this prejudice, opportunities to cultivate \”geniuses\” are missed. In fact, children with high IQs usually show some \”eccentricities\” in many aspects. Parents should observe carefully and don\’t stifle the \”genius\” stupidly. How to raise children with high IQ? How is it made? Children with high IQs often have these \”quirks\”: 1. Their attention is often attracted by new or moving things. Most children are actually very obedient and usually do whatever the teacher says. However, some children will show \”abnormalities\”, lack concentration, do not listen to the teacher, and are easily attracted to new or moving things. This kind of behavior may be seen as bad behavior in the eyes of adults, but in fact it is the child showing his observation skills. 2. Children like to observe small things. Children are actually the most attentive group to observe small things. For example, if there are ants moving on the ground, they may keep staring. Parents should not interfere at this time, regardless of whether the things they are studying are meaningful or not. Let them develop freely, which is the greatest understanding. 3. Staring at something in a daze from time to time. The human brain is always in a state of constant movement. If a child is in a daze, it does not mean that he is not thinking. Especially when they stare at something for a long time, they may be solving a curious problem, which is a sign of improved ability. 4. Children who are more sensitive to strangers or changes in the environment will start crying when they enter a strange environment, and will subconsciously avoid strangers when they see them. This is not entirely the result of introversion. If a child can respond promptly to strangers or unfamiliar environments, it just shows that the child is highly vigilant and is a sign of intelligence. If a child is born with the potential for \”high IQ\”, parents must use it appropriately to make this possible.Ability is developed in the long run. Once used in the wrong way, it will hinder the growth of the child. How to fully unleash the potential of highly intelligent children? 1. Don’t interrupt children’s “quirks” at will. Children like to study small animals. Sometimes they are attracted to them while walking and spend time “studying” them. Parents should not feel that it is meaningless at this time. As long as the child is releasing concentration, it means that the child\’s ability is in a state of progress. 2. Create opportunities for children. Natural opportunities are always limited. If a child is found to have a certain talent, parents can create opportunities for the child to develop in a professional direction. Parents can also research knowledge in related fields and help their children solve their doubts when appropriate. 3. Encourage children to try Sometimes children have ideas but don’t have the courage to put them into practice. Parents must act as encouragers, let them try bravely, and tell them that it doesn’t matter even if they fail, and that experience is also a gain. 4. Teach children how to record. \”A good memory is not as good as a bad pen.\” Children\’s research findings are a kind of ideological gain. If they are recorded with a pen, they can become a substantial \”summary.\” Children can discover some new patterns by repeatedly viewing their own research results. If you want to turn high IQ into ability, you cannot do without the training and support of your parents. Provide children with the correct direction in life, more encouragement, and more understanding, and only then will \”geniuses\” be truly born. This kind of leisure time is hard-won, especially in the current busy and stressful pace of life.

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