You should allow your child to experience and learn the easiest way to grab the pencil. This does not mean you can not teach, but you must do so subtly. For example by putting his hand and grabbing another pencil and paper for him to see as you are holding. Praise, praise and more praise. Take the opportunity to celebrate every achievement, big or small. Felicita your child when he made an effort to complete a task. Compliment your child when she learned a new skill. Praise your child when he shows interest in something new. Praise him for anything that you would like to encourage it. The praise must be sincere and be accompanied by enthusiasm.
At the end of the day when your child lie down in bed, chatting about the day’s events. Ask about the good things that happened in the day. Make sure your child’s last thoughts before sleep, are all positive, about the positive experiences of the day and praise her again. 5. Write down some positive affirmations to say to your child. Good examples of this are: “You’re so smart, you’re smarter every day.” O “every day you learn more and more”. The statements must be written in present tense, in a positive way (“I am strong and healthy” instead of “I’m not sick.”) Repeat the affirmations to your son, three times each in the early morning when your child wakes up is also a good time to do so. Try to find moments of the day passed without having to be evident.
Your child learns about the world and himself through them, their teachers and all those around him. It’s a good idea to make sure, as far as possible, that your child is in a positive environment. If your child is very young, make sure that all who care are also aware of the need to build confidence in your child. When choosing a nursery or kindergarten, or a nanny, be sure to choose a positive environment. 7. Make sure your child knows he can discuss any issue that’s on your mind. Thus, if something negative happens, you will be able to help your child deal with it in a positive way, instead of creating a painful memory that can affect your child for the rest of his life. L to self-esteem is central to being human. For his conception of himself and his relationships with others.
The trust and confidence in itself determines how we manage and how we develop tasks we face every day.