Blog By mariam | 26-07-19
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Respect for others regardless of their gender, age, race or religious views is an important quality that your child should acquire.
Teach your child to learn both from others and his mistakes. They should know that it’s perfectly OK to try and fail. When they do fail, they should have the courage to try again.
Getting low grades is not the end of the world. Teach your child to understand what is correct, gaining the correct knowledge and moving ahead is important.
Avoid yelling and long lectures and build trust for yourself in your children. They should know that they can come to you with questions or problems anytime, and you will be there to help.
When teaching about the respect, tell the child that they have the right to defend their beliefs or opinions. Help them understand that standing up for yourself is important, and they can still do it with being respectful towards others.
Teach your child to ask questions if they don’t understand something or are just curious to expand their knowledge horizon.
Your child should understand that health is more important than grades or a teacher’s anger. They should not be afraid to approach their teacher or any adult about health issues.