When I went out in the morning, I saw Haohao downstairs carrying his schoolbag and going to school listlessly. I asked him if he was sick. He said he just felt uncomfortable. His daily life consisted of going to and from school, doing homework, and sleeping. Being a student was really boring. . I think this sentence sounds very familiar. Xiaomiao also said this last year. It’s so pitiful to be a student. Xiaomiao had just entered fourth grade at that time, and she had several homework assignments for four subjects almost every day. Xiaomei writes slowly. He finishes his homework at nine o\’clock every day. After taking a bath, he sits on the bed and reads for twenty minutes, and it\’s time to go to bed. Xiaomiao said to me in frustration: \”Mom, it\’s so pitiful to be a student. Every day I go to school, go to school, do homework, go to bed, wake up, go to school, go to school, and do homework again. It\’s a vicious cycle. It\’s so boring! I feel like I haven’t drawn for a long time, and I don’t have time to read. I feel sad when I think that I still have so many years of student life to live.” When I heard her say this and saw her melancholy eyes, I felt so sad. We have been clamoring for education burden reduction for so many years, but the learning tasks on students’ shoulders are still so heavy, or even getting heavier. As an ordinary parent, I have no way to compete with the education system, and I don’t have the financial resources to directly send my children abroad to enjoy a more relaxed life. educate. Little surprises in life, but I think I can still do my best to make some changes, so that Xiao Miao realizes that there is not only learning in her life, but also some beauty and little surprises, letting her know that life is actually quite worth it. Enjoy and savor. The day I had this idea was a rainy day. I held an umbrella and wore rain boots to pick up Xiaomei from school, and asked her if she would like to spend fifteen minutes with me to tread water in a nearby park. Her dim eyes suddenly brightened up, and she said, \”Okay, after treading water and returning home, I Do your homework as quickly as possible and make up for these fifteen minutes.\” We quickly ran into the park. There was already a lot of water on the grass, making the grass greener. Xiao Meow and I waded happily and laughed at the clear water splashing. We also saw red lantern fruits beside the grass and a few bullfrogs with bulging bellies. Xiao Meow said: \”Mom, I Today’s composition has a topic. When I left school just now, I was still worried about what to write. It really kills two birds with one stone. I can play for a while and find a topic for the composition. It’s great!” Fifteen minutes are up, Xiao Meow. After I came home, I was in a good mood and efficient when I finished my homework that day. When chatting before going to bed, she said: \”Mom, you know what? I was so happy when I was treading water there. I felt like I had stolen fifteen minutes.\” I asked her if she felt happy, and she nodded and said she was very happy. It would be nice to be able to do this every day. The little surprise the next day was that I asked her to help plant potatoes on the balcony after school. She cut the potatoes, carefully planted them in a flower pot, and watered them. Potatoes are plants with strong survivability. You can see them sprouting and sprouting within a few days of planting. Therefore, Xiao Meow was full of joy when planting potatoes. He said that he would be able to eat fresh small potatoes grown by himself in two months. , and emphasized that it must be steamed directly and eaten with salt. Every day after she was in a good mood and efficient, I would give her a little surprise, such as a special bread or cake, a glass of pomegranate juice, a cup ofA new type of ice cream, a pineapple, some strange fallen leaves or flowers or fruits, a set of books that she has been looking forward to for a long time, a few jokes or short stories, use paint to draw on the rocks with her, invite her to join me I peel peanuts to make peanut paste, ask her to help me water the flowers on the balcony, or ask her to help me choose vegetables in the kitchen, etc. She\’s not very demanding and she always finds some fun in the little surprises I create, which is exactly what I want to see. The biggest surprise for her was that we, the parents, discussed it and decided to let their good friends play freely together from noon to 9:30 pm every Saturday. The play items and locations were all decided by themselves. So they biked, played in the water, rowed boats, skied, went shopping, walked hedgehogs, climbed trees, climbed mountains, caught small fish and shrimps… They had a fulfilling and happy weekend. I just put a little effort into it, but the results were huge. Although Xiaomiao still has to do a lot of homework, she complains less, her condition is much better, and she is back to her previous smile. Perhaps because of my good mood, my learning efficiency has also improved significantly. I can complete my homework faster than before, and my test scores are also very good. We also received an unexpected surprise: after she had more various life experiences, the topics for writing essays became richer. The 400-word essay assigned by the teacher was no problem for her. She could easily pick out whatever essay she wanted to write. Easy and effortless. She said with emotion: \”This is much better than many students in our class going to boring composition training classes on weekends!\” Do you like to live an unchanging life? I think most people\’s answer is: no. Then we should understand our children even more. They are still full of infinite fantasies and expectations for this world, and they don’t want to live a monotonous life. If you are like me and don’t want to see your child spinning around listlessly in the cycle of going to and from school and doing homework, then think more about your child’s nature and preferences, create more surprises for your child, and allocate part of your time every day to let your child relax. Relax, so that the child\’s body and mind are well-regulated to a certain extent, and they will grow up healthily and robustly.