For parents, wrapping books for their children is a tedious task. Looking at the mountains of new textbooks in front of them, some people even complained: When relatives and friends in Luoyang ask each other, they say I am wrapping books. However, can you think of it? Other people\’s parents turned this annoying thing into a series of works of art. News Review: At the beginning of the school year, the father of Xiao Zheng, a third-year student at Nanxiaobu Primary School in Hangzhou, wrapped his child\’s book cover in kraft paper and drew paintings with different patterns on it, copying Feng Zikai\’s comic works. It is understood that Dad Zheng was a physical education teacher and coach of the school football team, but he was actually good at everything. He had taught art and mathematics before, and he was also an expert in photography. Originally, to save trouble, Zheng’s father had been using plastic envelopes to wrap his son’s book covers. However, he later discovered that the plastic envelopes had a strong smell and was worried about the impact on his son’s health, so he started using kraft paper last year. The kraft paper had no taste, but the blank cover looked too monotonous, so before the start of the new semester, Dad Zheng made a decision: draw some patterns that his children liked. He picked and picked, and finally selected Feng Zikai\’s comic works. Maybe you will say that if you search on the Internet, you can find many beautiful book covers, origami, patchwork, leather art, and even crochet works. Dad Zheng’s paintings are not self-made, but they contain the care and concern for children. The expectations are worth pondering. Dad Zheng said: I personally agree with some of Mr. Feng Zikai’s educational concepts, including his educational methods. He educates children to be close to life, close to nature, and better develop their own nature. The same is true for my paintings. I imitated his paintings to express this meaning, so that my children can grow up and learn happily in life. I think our current education may focus a lot on uniformity, so in fact, children with more personality will create a more personalized and diverse world. Universal Education and Personality Development Parents, of course, want their children to grow up and learn happily, but it is always difficult to do so, and it is even more difficult to cultivate children with individuality. This involves universal education and personality development. contradiction. 01. Common Education: The education bureau has a unified syllabus, the school has a unified curriculum, and the teachers have a unified lesson plan for the education that children have received since childhood. Every student sitting in the classroom receives the same textbooks and receives the same education format and content. The idea behind this type of education is to expect the same learning and growth outcomes for every student. The advantage of this kind of education is that it can help students meet the requirements of society in the most cost-effective and resource-saving way. The disadvantage is that the individual differences of students are not taken into consideration, and the result can only be that slow students cannot keep up, smart students are not satisfied, and gifted children cannot stand out. 02. Personality Development Children are like leaves in the world. No two leaves are exactly the same, and no children are exactly the same. Therefore, real education needs to guide the child as an independent personality, center on the child\’s development, respect the child as the premise, grasp the child\’s personality characteristics, let nature take its course (rather than letting it be), and make the best use of the situation. Promote the strengths of individuality and discard the shortcomings of individuality, so that they canA successful person. Four Personalities and Four Educations So, how do parents know which personality their children have? How to teach students in accordance with their aptitude? Several doctors from the University of Southern California in the United States jointly developed a theory that divides people\’s personalities into four types based on personality, namely dominant, interpersonal, patient and traditional: 1. Dominant children Most of them have the temperament of a leader. When he walks or talks, he must hold his head high and look aggressive. No matter where this person is, there will be a group of followers who follow his lead. Teach your child this way: Give your child more space and flexibility. Don\’t expect him to be obedient to you. Instead, try to be friends with him, persuade him tactfully, and enlighten him, so that his rebelliousness can be alleviated. However, because dominant children have strong personalities, they always feel that others are stupid and annoying. If they do not change, they will have obstacles in their interpersonal relationships when they grow up. 2. Children of the interpersonal type attach great importance to appearance, love to talk, and speak quickly, but their words are unfocused. In addition, they always give people the impression of being gentle, enthusiastic, humorous, and good at telling jokes. They often play the role of pistachios, are very compassionate, and are very considerate of others. Teaching children in this way \”friends\” is very important for interpersonal children. They are afraid of being alone, need a sense of belonging, and like to mingle with the crowd. Therefore, parents should make good use of encouragement and affirmation, and praise them more, and they will get better and better. On the contrary, the more you scold him, the worse his performance will be and the less confident he will be. 3. Children of the patient type are always slow to do things and even react slowly emotionally. Even if they are anxious or angry, they will not show it easily. Their strengths are good endurance and persistence. As long as you give him a clear goal and tell him what to do, he will automatically adjust his speed and slowly complete the distance. Teach children this way. Some people say that the personality of patient children is innate, while others think it is related to parents who are too strong. Therefore, when these children grow up, some will become very powerful; on the other hand, they are afraid of power and dare not offend power. Therefore, parents should avoid being too dominant, encourage their children more, and use wisdom and skills to let their children grow independently and healthily. 4. Children of the traditional type like to pursue perfection and insist on \”using the best if you want to use it.\” He is very structured. If you talk to him and ramble for a long time, he will feel very uncomfortable and even interrupt you impatiently. They pay great attention to details and can easily give people the impression of being rigid, strict, and lacking in humor. Their strengths are being step-by-step, careful, striving for precision, and pursuing perfection. They are very reliable life and work partners. Teaching children to be too \”perfectionistic\” in this way will put too much pressure on themselves and those around them. Parents should educate their children not only to see the strengths of others, but also to see their own strengths. They should never lament about their own weaknesses. They should learn to tolerate their own shortcomings, use their strengths and avoid weaknesses, and create their own success. There are generally two criteria for evaluating the success of a family\’s education for their children: First, love to learn and love to read. If children can make friends with books, half of their education is completed. \”Children who like reading will not be bad learners.\”The second is to have unique interests and development directions. If this is achieved, the other half of his education is also successful, and he will take the initiative to learn. Father Zheng in the news put Feng Zikai\’s paintings on the cover of his children\’s textbooks. It is not only close to the children\’s lives, close to nature, and has beautiful artistic conception, it can make children more interested in learning. In the long run, it is also a kind of Artistic influence. Therefore, parents should do the following: 1. Guide their children to fall in love with learning and help them find a learning method that suits them: This is a very important factor in children\’s excellent academic performance. It not only enhances their children\’s self-confidence, but also makes them feel Learning is easy. Develop good study habits: This is one of the boosters of good academic performance. If instead they play with mobile phones in class and like to copy other people’s homework, this will inevitably lead to a decline in performance and make children not like to study. Don’t give your children too high expectations: Too high expectations are not good for children’s learning at all. On the contrary, they will make children feel a lot of pressure, lose confidence in learning, and even get tired of learning. 2. Parents who truly respect their children\’s interests should take more time to communicate with their children, listen more to their children\’s ideas, and ask more about what their children like to do. Perhaps they can discover their children\’s interests from their innocent answers, so that they can encourage and Cultivate children\’s interests and hobbies. Be sure to observe carefully before choosing a talent that is more suitable for your child\’s temperament and interests. Because only when a child is doing something he likes, can his abilities and potential be fully utilized, and it can also cultivate the child\’s habits of concentration, seriousness and perseverance, which is more conducive to the child\’s future development. 3. Provide appropriate guidance and help. Some parents said that if you draw such a beautiful book cover for your children, will the children’s attention be attracted by it and they will not study well? When a child is immersed in a certain hobby and cannot extricate himself, which affects his normal life and study, parents should still intervene, give correct guidance, teach the child to correctly handle the relationship between the two, and arrange time reasonably. In order to achieve the purpose of common progress, appropriate intervention must be carried out using children\’s acceptance methods.