Good habbits in Children : A Great life ahead

Do you want to teach your kids some good habbits?

As a parent it is always a challenge to teach right habbits to your kids to be creative, to be suucessfull, and prosper in future adult life.

Good habits aren’t developed automatically.  Our kids learn a good portion of their behavior from us, their parents as we are their role models. The first step towards teaching my kids good habits is to clean up my own act! Parents have an important responsibility to teach their kids the behaviors and habits necessary for a great life. 

A habit is an automatic pattern of behavior repeated regularly.  Basically, the way we act is a sum of our habits.

Here a list of some top good habbits which every parent would like to teach their children:

1.  Be health-conscious and eat right

I want to teach my kids to think about how they treat their bodies. Imparting knowledge about various foods, and teaching them to eat right food is very crucial for their physical and mental devekopment.

2.  Get plenty of rest

As per Medical scinece, eight hours of sleep a night is very important to our physical and emotional health.

3.  Become a good reader

Books, blogs and other written materials are excellent sources of new learning.  Good readers enjoy reading and therefore do it more often. 

4.  Be truthful

I believe setting the right example here is crucially important.  For my kids benefit, I want to tell the truth even when it isn’t easy.

5.  Work hard

Every great work needs hard work, and it important that your children undertsand it from beginning. The habit of doing a job well is passed down from parent to child through the expectations we set.

6.  Be financially wise

Schools rarely, if ever, teach children sound personal finance principles so, it is imperative that we as parents do this.

7.  Have fun and be silly

It is also important to teach your children to have fun and play.

8.  Try new things

As a parent ensure that you teach you kids to try new things. This not only increases their curosity about life and other things, but also enriches their knowledge.

9.  Exercise your creativity

Teaching your kids Art n Craft and Coloring is important to nourish their creativity. These habbits alo useful in reliving stress in routine daily life.

10.  Be a leader

Teach your kid to be a leader, Good leader. Leadership qualities take time to develop, so it is vital that you start imparting these qualities in your child at an early stage.

All these habbit will ensure your children have good life, and flourish in their future.

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Why books are relevant to Toddlers and Young Kids?


As a parent we all have a question of why, and which books to give to your kids? In today’s digital world, we ask ourselves if books are still relevant or not. But once you go through this article, you will realise that books reading really is important, and that there are some solid reasons why that is so. Let’s begin with the practical benefits and then move on to the less tangible rewards of a life filled with reading.

Has your toddler just learned the alphabet? Then this is the perfect time to introduce him/her to the wonderful world of books. In this time of personal computers and the Internet, many of us consider books to be things of the past. However, they still play a crucial role in the total development of a child during the early years of life. Those “educational” toys and “pre-school development” shows on TV may look pretty appealing, but nothing can replace good old books.

Here are top 10 reasons, which make reading books important for kids:

  1. Books are very important to develop their vocabulary. Reading Books help them to learn new words and use them in new ways. This accelerates preschool child development, and also  help improve their soft skills.
  2. Reading Story books to your toddlers and kids provides an amazing bonding experience that also nourishes emotional development.
  3.  Developing habbit of reading books in toddlers is a great way to prepare them for the school environment and to adapt to the concept of daily schoolwork.
  4.  Reading books regularly stimulates children’s imagination, accelerates their emotional development and fosters natural curiosity. Children quickly learn to visualize the scenarios mentioned in the stories by reading the text alone. 
  5. As children read different books, their knowledge on various subjects increases multifold. In addition, everything that they learn at this age stays in their mind for a long time to come. This can help them become better students in school.
  6. Reading books improves a child’s attention span. Books with colorful pictures work even better than text-only books.
  7.  Reading can successfully replace TV as a source of entertainment, especially if the child is introduced to preschool books as soon as he/she learns the alphabet. Reading helps children utilize their time in a more constructive manner.
  8. Children who learn to read at an early age have a better chance of getting a job later in life. They also perform much better than those who grew up watching TV and playing games on computers. 
  9.  A parent reading to his/her toddler often becomes a role model in the child’s mind. In this way, the child learns to be more obedient towards parents.
  10. Developing the habit of reading regularly from an early age helps the child to cope better with the rigors of academic education later on. Provide your child preschool reading material today. It will go a long way in forging a lifelong bond between you and your toddler.

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Introducing Study Habits and Homework in your Kids

Parents play a very vital role in providing appropriate enviornment, and materials to our kids for suucessful studies to take place. We all need to help our kids develop good study habits and expectations regarding homework.

As a parent, what we can do, include:

  • Encourage and Establish a daily a routine for meals, bedtime and study/homework in our kids
  • Provide appropriate books, reading & writing supplies, and a special place for studying
  • Teach kids to pay attention, and learn to concentrate for studies
  • Indulge yourself in studies with your kids, by helping them to study or study with them together

An established daily routine is very important for younger school age children. It not only helps kids to claerly demark their set of activities for the day but also help them learn Time management. If a child knows, for example, that he is expected to do homework immediately after supper prior to watching television, he will be better able to adjust and ready himself than if he is allowed to do homework any time he pleases.

A daliy routine chart as per attached sample plays an important role to achieve this goal. The chart might look something like this:

Day Reading Math Science Spelling

All children need their own place at home to do homework. The space does not need to be big or fancy, but it needs to be personal so that they feel it is their “study place.”

But as parent we should remember that every child is different in himself, and needs a touch of parents to any prescribed method.

Parents should always lookout for their kids and their requirements. A trust between parents and kids go a long way in imparting any knowledge to them.

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