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We’re living in a world inundated by technology, teaching your child to think outside the box can be a struggle. But that doesn’t mean it’s a lost cause. Here are five things that you can do to encourage them to be receptive to innovation and invention.
Trying different foods can be an excellent way to teach your children about different cultures. A culinary experience can do more than tickle the taste buds, and it can open the door to new possibilities and learning experiences.
Take your children on exploration adventures. It offers countless opportunities for discovery and creativity. Outdoor trips like these inspire the child to think, question and invent scenarios in their minds. New sights and experiences will also create new questions to their minds and help them learn new things.
This will teach your children to come up with alternate approaches for a familiar task and open their minds to trying new possibilities and ideas.
Instead of limiting your child’s learning to just the books, look for creative alternatives to teach them. For example, conduct an interesting experiment to explain the concept of gravity instead of following the conventional textbook approach.
New skills are learnt when your kid is outside of his or her comfort zone. Introduce them to new things that they have not tried before. It could be a new problem they have not faced yet, or a new concept that they are beyond their textbooks. Be gentle and patient when you give something new to learn.
Childhood is the peak time to nurture a child’s imagination and creativity. Therefore, foster an environment that teaches them to use their imagination and practice creativity. Encourage your child to let his/her imagination run wild.
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