How Kids Think Smart When Parents Help

 

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Parents CAN Guide Their Child's Intelligence

GETTING KIDS TO THINK CLEARLY CAN BE LEARNED. Making mistakes can be positive. Self-talk can motivate. But how?

Today's brief slide share presentation offers parents 6 big ideas with18 ways to encourage children to appreciate their powerful brains and use them well.

Why not have fun helping your child use her brain effectively? Asking the right kind of questions will get her thinking. You'll find out how she solves problems. From there you'll able to correct thinking difficulties and help her appreciate her brain power.

Getting kids to exercise their brains is easier than you think. When you listen well to their answers and praise their good ideas, your youngsters will grow.

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You CAN Boost His Intelligence

 

Feel free to copy the script below the slide presentation. Add it to your binder and use it when needed.

6 Powerful Parenting Tips - Smart Attitudes, Questions, and Slogans

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Boosting Brains in Kids: 6 Parenting Attitudes

 

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ENCOURAGE PERSISTENCE IN YOUR CHILD

Parenting is tough when your impatient child gives up and you're worried about his attitude. How do you turn a losing mindset into patience and determination?

In this brief parenting slideshow you will find 6 mental outlooks to instill in your child. They will help him face life with a love for learning and a strong resolve to keep trying.

5 Parenting Skills for Promoting Brain Power

  1. Praise his efforts more than his grades.
  2. Praise his strides in keeping focused on his work.
  3. Praise the thinking steps he took to solve his problems.
  4. Ask questions that help him reflect on how he used his brain.
  5. Take the time to listen, smile, and learn how your child really thinks.

When you praise the right attitudes, ask good questions, and show true interest, you'll be boosting your child's brain development.

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YOU CAN PROMOTE LEARNING AS A FUN CHALLENGE

 

Watch this slideshow with it's 14 brief slides. Feel free to copy the short script below the slides. Put it in a binder to use when your child needs a mental boost.

Child Brain Development! 6 Parenting Tips for Motivating Children

 

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