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How to support children to achieve more

arrow Share your successes with your child. Show him how good it is for you to feel happy. 

arrow Encourage your child to dream. Dreams are vitamins for the brain. Let's imagine the smallest details of the realised dream. Whatever is already happening. Let your child feel with all their senses (eyes, ears, nose, mouth, skin) that fantasy comes true and tries to express the emotion of that feeling. This is the best motive for actions leading to achieve it.

arrow Give your child a chance to create whatever they want. This forms a sense of significance and confidence in their skills and performance.

arrow Participation and effort are as important as the results achieved, and sometimes even more so. Encourage children's activity, even the smallest ones. 

arrow State the positive qualities - children are not born with a sense of self-assessment . They create the idea of themselves according to our evaluation of them. Emphasize all the positive events, the more you repeat them – the better results you will get. Our confidence is the essential tool of their success. 

arrow Leave your child to find solutions alone. This inspires confidence - a recipe for the pleasure of living. Teach the child that there are no problems in our everyday lives, only solutions to situations. And most importantly the decision depends on it. Praise their ability to deal with situations alone. The more you praise one skill, the more it develops. 

arrow Encourage him to establish friendships. In this world it is difficult to survive without family, without the support of trusted friendships. The better his ability to communicate becomes, the more successful they will be in life. All our needs are dependent on others so let us know how to communicate with them. 

arrow Love your child! Believe in them! There are no better lessons than love, positivity and faith. Everyone who feels love is more confident and believes in the happy future. 

How to encourgae the educational appetite of a child? 

Many parents are worried by the fact that their child is weak or does not eat regulary. If you have the same feeling, try our little tips:

arrow Create a diet, which your child has to respect. 

arrow It is better if your child enjoys meals with you or with other children. 

arrow Do not distract the child during meal times - avoid watching television or playing with toys. 

arrow Limit all sweet and junk food - chips, lollipops, candy, chocolate wafers. Provide more portions of fruit and vegetables. 

arrow Vary the menu.

arrow Do not force your child to eat everything on the plate. It is more important that the child is sitting on the table and eating some of food. Praise them for it.

arrow Stimulate your child's physical and mental activity. The more energy spent in games and activities, will burn more energy and encourage the child to eat more regularly.

arrow Do not give them snacks to eat 2 hours before lunch or dinner, or you risk spoiling their appetites.

Adaptation of newcomers 

Many parents complain that their child cannot adapt easily to a new environment. That the child refuses to go to the kindergarten and cries at the entrance. Try to avoid this by starting early to prepare your child for it.

arrow Provoke its interest in the kindergarten. Tell funny stories; mention how happy you felt when you were there yourself. 

arrow Let your child see that "the grown up" children play without their parents around. 

arrow Do not leave your child alone in the garden all day long from the very first time. In the beginning visit the kindergarten for a lesson, encourage your child to stay longer. Admire the toys in the classroom, the situation and the teacher. Let the child feel that you like the place and you want to be there, too. Then start to enter just to "see the toys" or some friends before leaving. 

arrow Do not threaten the child and do not make any comments during the early days if he/she cries. Calm down your girl or a boy by showing them that you understand everything but encourage them to keep attending. 

arrow Praise them for their courage and independence as soon as you meet your child after kindergarten. 

arrow Be confident and calm. Your child is in the hands of professionals who will engage your child and they will forget that they wanted to cry. Do not have any sense of guilt. You are not abandoning them, you are leaving them in the care of trained professionals. In time your chlid will get used to being without you.