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03 Dec 2018
Learning is natural instinct in a child. They enjoy it. It is interesting event and also a motivating subject for the parents to see their child learning. They not only take pleasure from their efforts but also try to improve the process through which a child learns. A careful approach is required when initiating a child for learning.

Parents and teachers always advise the children to learn, but hardly instruct them how to learn. Learning is a natural process. The child himself will learn something through natural process. However, what is important is 'How to learn?'.

Helene Goldnadel a life coach says that the child learns through observations. Child always tries to observe what is around him. Learning process starts from this instinct. He uses all his efforts and senses to initiate learning.

Parents should keep in mind that their children do not know anything about philosophy or theory. They are very practical and would choose learning everything through practice. Hence it is advisable to allow them to learn everything in their own style not according to your style.

When a child comes in this world, his brain has great potential for learning and development. This is gifted from God. As children interact with their environment, they learn problem solving skills, critical thinking skills, and language skills just through observation and competition. Parents need not to interfere in this practice but they need to develop an atmosphere where the child can learn and grow naturally.

Gradually children develop a sense of self and then a sense of belonging to a family. They begin to watch other children and to wish to interact with them. Children learning skill develops through various stages. He may like to play alone, then near others but not with them. Again playing with others but not sharing with them etc. Over the time, he knows the importance of company and learns the ability to respect the feeling and rights of others.

Helene Goldnadel suggests that parents should interact with their child in a manner that encourages accommodating behavior and respect for the rights of fellow beings.


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