Achieve High Grades
Educate Your Children To Achieve High Grades Through Mind Renewal
My goal as a parent, grandparent, and great-grandparent is to ensure that my child succeeds at school and thrives academically. According to my grandma, the more you learn, the more you grow.
There are many ways to encourage our children to expand their minds in today’s society. According to Grandma Robinson, exposure to world cultures helped students succeed. In the 1950s, we frequently visited the Museum of Nature History and the Science Museum. Various exhibits, such as dinosaurs, artwork, and experimental inventions, such as Skype, helped me in my studies. Seeing the play Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves live at six years old inspired me to see more plays. The Magic Flute by Mozart influenced my appreciation for classical composers in school.
Chaperoning my sons’ classes at the elementary school got me involved with the school. Etched in my mind the enjoyment I received from the William Hart Ranch.
Parents and teachers must create harmonious relationships. Discuss the school’s disciplinary procedures with your children. Meet homework expectations. You cannot teach an empty chair, so send your child to school daily.
Babies are born ready to learn, and their brains develop through experiences. I foster healthy learning and development by caring for different generations.
Make learning fun. Children can be motivated by reading books early on and playing with educational toys that can stimulate their minds and those just for fun. Answer the “Why” questions; if you don’t know the answer, it’s a great time to research with them on Google. We both learn something new.
Teachers and parents often limit learning to the classroom when it comes to fostering good learners in their students. For a child to become a more motivated learner and a more capable learner, intellectual, social, and academic growth need to extend outside the classroom - even if the school is the primary place for instruction.
There is no such thing as being born an excellent student. Any student with the essential aptitude and the right motivation can develop into a good learner.
The key to success is knowing your child’s personality. There are four learning styles:
- Visual (learn through seeing)
- Auditory (learn through hearing)
- Tactile (learn through touch)
- Kinesthetic (learn through doing and moving)
Explain to them that obstacles occur, but they can overcome them. Fear of failure equals failure.