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Developing children's self-confidence is the first step to success

When it comes to how to cultivate children's self-confidence, many parents have this worry. Every parent has the idea of looking forward to their children's success. They all hope that their children can succeed. However, to succeed is not such a simple thing. Many children fail to succeed because of their lack of self-confidence. Self-confidence is the source of success and the prerequisite for success A child who lacks self-confidence and low self-esteem, even if he is smart and responsive, will encounter difficulties and setbacks in his study. Therefore, it is beneficial to cultivate and enhance children's self-confidence. Next, I will give you some suggestions!

First of all, the important period of forming self-confidence is the early childhood stage. To cultivate children's self-confidence, we can start from their little bit, appreciate their small progress, and say more 'you are wonderful' words of encouragement. For example, let 4-year-old children put on their own shoes, don't say 'you put on your shoes and buy you toys', but just say' you have grown up and can put on it by yourself. "Under such a hint, children will feel that they are really grown up, and their confidence will be greatly increased by consolidating this feeling every day.

Parents should create more opportunities to cultivate their children's self-confidence through practice. Parents can give their children some small tasks to complete, such as setting chopsticks, holding rice, beating the back for Grandpa, etc. He will praise if he does. Sometimes it can also be difficult tasks, such as sweeping the floor, washing shoes, sorting out toys, etc., which should be highly praised and self-confidence established.

The third point is that when a child tries to do something without success, we should not satirize him and let him be hit again. When we think of it as a success, we should not praise him too much to avoid pride. We should separate people from things. If we fail in one thing, it's not that children are incompetent, it's just that we haven't mastered the method. Once the method is mastered, he can do things well.

To let children gain self-confidence from joy is to let children continue to get successful experience. For timid children, we can let them play a certain role in the class and cultivate self-confidence in the process of completing tasks.