After becoming parents, I believe everyone has discovered that there is a lot of fun in being with children. The world of children is very different from the world of adults. According to common sense, adults always teach children, but when we really stay with children, we realize that when dealing with children, we often have to use children\’s methods. This is a science and a skill. Although everyone grows up from a young age, most of the things that happened when they were young should not be remembered. Sometimes even the elders don’t believe it when they talk about what happened when they were young. They think it is too magical and cannot be understood. When you become a parent, you can directly appreciate the simplicity and fun of children\’s world. My classmate’s niece is three years old this year. When she was two and a half years old, her classmate’s sister took her shopping once (around May). The little girl jumped up and down the street and walked faster than adults. Her classmate’s sister and brother-in-law were behind her. It\’s a joy to watch. After shopping all morning, her mother became more and more excited as she shopped. She tried on clothes again and again, and looked for shoes after looking at this store. She couldn\’t find enough bags. The child\’s energy was a little weak and he obviously jumped less, but he didn\’t cry. He doesn\’t make any fuss (he is really a sensible baby). He sometimes asks his father for a hug, but mostly he walks alone. While walking around, the little girl hugged her mother\’s thigh and shouted, \”Mom, I want to eat glass! Mom, I want to eat glass! Mom! I want to eat glass…\” My classmates, sisters, and brothers-in-law were stunned. What kind of glass are you eating? The child spoke very clearly and clearly (my classmate\’s sister is a Chinese teacher and paid great attention to teaching her how to speak and express), but no one understood what kind of thing it was. I didn\’t understand, so I thought she was thirsty. Or maybe he was hungry because she talked about eating. Then I bought her Wangzai, which she likes to drink, and sure enough, she stopped shouting after drinking it. It seemed like she was thirsty, but why did she say she wanted to eat glass? I have never said that glass is for eating! There is no edible glass! After a while, the child started to talk about wanting to eat glass again, but her parents really didn\’t know what she wanted to eat, but they were sure that it was definitely not glass. Although we all know that children of this age will create some words to refer to certain things, and have a unique set of language for them at that time. But I really don’t understand. After that age, I can’t understand anymore. I can only observe, guess what she wants to express based on the situation at the time, and then correct her and teach her the correct way to say it. About half an hour later, a family of three passed by an alley and saw someone selling fruit. The mother suddenly realized that the child wanted to eat pineapple, not glass. Just ask the child, \”Baby, did you want to eat pineapple just now?\” The little girl who was pressed against her father\’s chest tilted her head and said, \”Mom, I want to eat glass…\”. \”Doesn\’t it look golden and taste sweet?\” \”Mom, I want to eat sweet glass.\” Dad suddenly woke up and said, \”It turns out to be pineapple, pineapple!\” Only then did she realize that it was her father who taught her that the fruit was called pineapple, and her mother who taught her that it was called pineapple. The little girl got confused and called it pineapple. \”Baby, what you want to eat is pineapple, not pineapple, but sweet and golden pineapple.\” Taking this opportunity, her mother bought her a small piece of pineapple to correct the name \”glass\”. Mom wants to have it laterLet her learn one name first, and then learn another name after she has memorized it, so as to prevent her from forgetting it again. We all know that children as young as two or three years old memorize things very mechanically. They memorize things by hand without any understanding. Children generally do not take the initiative to remember something on their own. If an adult asks them to remember something, they may remember it, just like following an order to complete a task. And if he takes the initiative to remember something, there will be something there, that is, something that particularly attracts him. He is very interested in it and will have a deep impression if he likes it very much. But if the things he likes don\’t appear in his world often and are not often stimulating, he is likely to forget them quickly. Children will not actively remember, but they will still remember the people or things they have been in contact with frequently for a long time, such as the people they come into contact with and the surrounding environment. They remember these things inadvertently, without deliberate intention. The people or things around them will inadvertently accumulate impressions little by little until they finally remember them. Long-term and frequent stimulation makes them inadvertently remember them in practice. In the process of life practice, intuitive and vivid things appear repeatedly in their field of vision. They often experience them and have feelings. They have a series of visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory and sensory memories. Therefore, when teaching children to understand the world, it is best to let them have direct contact. For example, when eating, tell them what they eat, how they feel, how they look, whether they like it, etc. Share your feelings with them. This not only exercises their perception and language expression skills, but also guides them to explore, think, cultivate interests and form their own attitudes. But when the child\’s receptive ability is not that strong, don\’t make it complicated, lest the child eat \”glass\” like the children mentioned above.