Children who are easy to become talented when they grow up have the same characteristics in their families!

When it comes to teaching by words and deeds, I understand a bit, but if we truly integrate children\’s education into life, it is obviously still a bit difficult. However, recently, by chance, my cousin accidentally requested a manuscript, which gave me a good opportunity to educate my daughter Yaya. At first, when I shared this joy with Yaya, she was just three years old and had almost no idea what an “article” was. After I explained it several times, Yaya gradually understood: the article is composed of Chinese characters stroke by stroke. After it is published, it can be seen by many people, and it can also help many people… Then, she said with a smile: \”Mom published an article, and Yaya will publish an article too!\” Then, her daughter clapped her little hands and jumped up and down, saying that she wanted to learn to write from me. Frankly speaking, I didn’t take my daughter’s words to heart. What could a three-year-old child understand? Besides, I occasionally asked my daughter to learn to write or draw before, but she couldn\’t persist for long every time. Sometimes, she would even put away the paper and pens I had placed and ask me to play with her. I am also worried that if I force her to write, the result may be counterproductive. Later, in order to prevent Yaya from having a rebellious attitude towards her future studies, I rarely asked her to write anymore. Later, a few days after my first article was published, my cousin asked me to write another article. At that time, I was quite busy at work and had to take care of my children most of the time after get off work. Therefore, most of the following manuscripts were written when Yaya and her father went out to play. Unexpectedly, for two or three days in a row, when Yaya came home and saw me writing, she took the initiative to ask me to get her paper and pen. Then, she sat down next to me and wrote and drew in a formal manner. Sometimes, I would also teach her a few simple Arabic numerals, but most of them were her own creative graffiti. One day, after I got off work, my mother-in-law told me: \”I asked Yaya to write, but she refused to do it and said she would wait for mom to come back and write together.\” When my daughter heard this, she said, \”Grandma doesn\’t write, and mom writes, so I will I need to write it with my mother!\” In an instant, my mother-in-law and daughter\’s words suddenly made me realize: That\’s right! Why aren\’t children\’s good habits developed by parents\’ precepts and deeds? If you think about it carefully, the children of my neighbors who are teachers are generally doing very well in their studies! I remember that the granddaughter of my primary school Chinese teacher was also admitted to Shanghai Jiao Tong University this year; there is also a primary school classmate of mine whose father is a well-known doctor. He, his brother and sister were all admitted to well-known medical universities, and now they all have respective clinics. If you think about it carefully, this is really not a coincidence. It must be related to the family tradition that the children have been exposed to since childhood. The ancients said: Those who are close to Zhu are red and those who are close to Mo are black. As parents, we can all be \”far away from Mo\” so as not to have a negative impact on our children. However, I am afraid that we have not done enough for \”Zhu\”. How can we make our children \”close to Mo\”? Where is \”Zhu\”? Frankly speaking, the bookish atmosphere of a family is really important. Now, when my daughter is in the entry-level stage, why don’t I use myself as an example to teach her slowly, create a good learning atmosphere for her, and then gradually cultivate her ability to learn independently in the future? Wouldn’t this kill two birds with one stone? ? In the following days, forIn order to verify whether my method is feasible and effective, I deliberately conducted an experiment. After dinner, it was supposed to be time to go out and play with my children. I deliberately laid out paper and pens before my children went out, and then sat at the desk and wrote an article in a \”serious\” way. Yaya found out that the result was exactly as I expected, and she immediately asked to write. I asked her in a pleading tone: \”Why don\’t you write after you come back from playing?\” She pouted and said, \”It\’s better to write before playing. If I come back and you finish writing, it will be really troublesome! \”Frankly speaking, I was very pleased to hear Yaya say this. It seems that my guess is indeed correct. What my daughter wants is this kind of \”learning atmosphere\”. Maybe, I don\’t have to worry about Yaya getting tired of writing in the future. Worried. From this period of time, I coded words and submitted articles intermittently. Yaya, who accompanied me by the side, gradually developed a good habit of learning. Sometimes, she would write and draw quietly beside her; sometimes, she would look at me coding with envious eyes. Of course, sometimes she would beg me to teach her how to write stroke by stroke. Although Yaya sometimes affects the progress of my writing, in comparison, I think my daughter’s love for writing is the most important thing. In fact, in life, we can educate our children in many ways, which are also very practical. However, as parents, we often ignore our children\’s abilities and always subconsciously think that our children are still young and there is no need to teach them anything. However, we do not know that children have learned a lot through unintentional influence. As the ancients said: Live until you are old and learn until you are old. Children need to learn, and we also need to recharge ourselves. Only in this way can we ensure that we can better educate our children.

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