• Sun. Dec 3rd, 2023

There are 5 characteristics of children with high IQ, but many parents mistakenly think that they are bad habits.

Educating children cannot be completed overnight. On this road, we need to spend countless efforts because there are too many things we don’t understand. When we accidentally scold our children too much and fail to understand them, we can also lead our children to go down the wrong path. So I have summarized five \”bad habits\” in the eyes of parents, let\’s take a look now! 01 Like to give orders. These children define themselves as the king of children and like to give orders to other children and let them do things for them. Although it seems that these children are very selfish and only think about themselves and never consider others, even in the eyes of teachers, these children are typical problem children. But do you know? These children like to give orders, which shows that they have their own opinions and have strong leadership and organizational skills. Therefore, when parents face such children, they can guide them on the right path, such as cultivating their language skills, organizational skills, etc. 02 Chatty When we were in school, we always found that there were many children around us who talked a lot. When we became parents, we also found that some children were particularly nagging and chattered non-stop. Some parents even find that their children talk non-stop. They always seem to find topics to talk about at school, in class, at home, and outside. After a long time, not only the parents find it annoying, but also the teachers and classmates feel uncomfortable. Who likes to have someone always talking in their ears? But do you know? Such a \”chatty\” habit just shows that the child has an optimistic personality and strong language expression ability! They are willing to communicate with others and enjoy doing so. Once they get older, they tend to have better relationships. Therefore, parents must not blindly suppress this habit of their children and kill their children\’s nature of communication. Therefore, when parents face such children, they must communicate with them calmly and understand their thoughts. At the same time, you must learn to guide them and let them know when to speak and when not to speak. 03 If a child with developed motor nerves is very active, moves in class, moves during sleep, and moves all the time, we will define them as \”ADHD\”. But do you know? Children like to move. On the one hand, it is due to their own nature, and on the other hand, they are energetic. Research has shown that children who are active and active have more active thinking and are smarter than children of the same age. Therefore, as long as we as parents provide correct guidance and education, we can achieve good results. For example, if a child is active, we can take him to do sports and exercise, such as playing basketball, football, badminton, etc. When we consume the child’s excess energy, the child will also experience another phase of growth. 04 Some children like to save pocket money. When they get money, they spend it lavishly on things without any restraint: buying toys, buying snacks, going out to play, and they spend it all in a short time. However, some children are completely opposite. After they get their pocket money, they like to save it. The more they save, the happier they are. But some parents don\’t think so: I give you pocket money because I want you to spend it. If you just keep it, what\’s the point? Although wasting is not a good habit, but it’s not good to be too frugal! But do you know? Generally, children who like to save pocket money have strong self-control and usually understand that it is not easy for their parents to make money. Therefore, when we as parents face such children, we should not be distressed or angry. They have such self-control and can take care of things in an orderly manner in the future. 05 Children who like to tell stories are different from children who are talkative. They like to listen to you telling stories, and then tell the stories they heard to others, and they especially like to imitate the characters in the stories. At first we will find them novel, but as time goes by, we will dislike them and think they are a waste of time, not doing good work and wasting time on stories. So some parents want to correct them, but this is actually a taboo. Doing so will stifle their children\’s creativity. But do you know? Children who like to listen to and tell stories have much richer imaginations than ordinary children. So when we face such children, we can try to let them write down their thoughts to facilitate their future literary and artistic creations. When we find that our children have the above characteristics, do not scold or beat them. This will only cast a shadow on their psychology and stifle their creativity. Sometimes timely communication and guidance will better help children’s growth. Let us work together to understand and support children, so that they can grow up healthily and happily and have a better future!

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