The vast majority of parents hope that their children can be \”academic masters\”. This is human nature and understandable. If someone really makes an argument and says that he doesn\’t want his child to be a top student, then that is not credible. This is nothing more than the \”sour grapes\” mentality at work. But the reality is that there are not many top academics. Some top achievers in elementary school became average in junior high school; some top achievers in junior high school became average in high school. Why is this so? It\’s just because they didn\’t train their children according to the \”real academic master\” method. So, how to cultivate \”true academic masters\”? In fact, it is very simple, that is, children must develop various \”basic abilities\”. The first basic ability is athletic ability. Children who are good at sports may not necessarily become academic leaders; but children with poor sports ability will fall behind sooner or later. Since children basically love sports, are full of energy, and have active thinking when they are young, there is not a big gap in learning ability and academic performance between children in kindergarten and elementary school. As they grow older, some children gradually lose interest in sports. Some parents even think that sports will delay their children\’s learning and is a waste of their children\’s time. Due to the lack of exercise, children\’s energy is not strong enough, their thinking gradually becomes less active, and their learning effects are compromised. If you want your children to become academic leaders, you must first let them work hard in sports and be able to stick to one or two sports. [Must-learn for ages 4 to 8] Peking University Ba Primary School Mathematics Calculation Course 82 MP4 lessons The second basic ability is the ability to write well. Good handwriting does not necessarily lead to academic success; but children who cannot write well will probably not become academic leaders. To ask children to write well is not to think that the child must become a calligrapher in the future, but to hone the child\’s learning attitude. Children whose handwriting is messy often have poor learning attitudes, are less likely to concentrate, and are less able to remain calm. Children who can write well not only hone their attitude in the process of practicing calligraphy, but also hone their concentration, calmness and calmness. Once these abilities are acquired, the effect of listening in class will be greatly improved. Those top students in high school classes have extremely strong listening and speaking skills. They can basically understand everything the teacher says in class. Learning high school courses is as easy as in elementary and junior high school classes. The third basic ability is language understanding ability. Children with good language understanding ability will easily memorize the text, whether it is Chinese or English. After reciting it, you can improve your understanding of the language. Why do some children seem to be \”prodigies\” when they memorize this or that when they are young, but cannot memorize texts, especially English texts, in junior high and high schools? The reason is that children\’s \”language understanding ability\” has not been cultivated and improved. Once your language understanding ability is improved, you will be able to understand more complex expressions, which is not only easier for listening in class, but also easier for reading. The fourth ability is the ability to interact with others. This ability can be said to be difficult or very difficult; it can be said to be easy or very easy. Because of this ability, as long as the parents have it, the children will naturally have it. Children who get along well with their parents will naturally have children; children who do not get along well with their parents willAs a rebellious child, this ability is naturally weaker. As parents, if you can insist on cultivating your children carefully in these four aspects, then you are likely to be able to raise children who are academic leaders.