Your Kid's Now Able To Stay With A Task Until It Is Done

You must have noticed that your little darling is much calmer now, with less tantrums and breakdowns. He understands you better and is also more responsible. He is now willing to listen to you and understand your point. Your child also has improved patience and persistence. As a result, if he gets involved in an activity it is more likely that he will finish it at one go. He loves the feeling of accomplishment and achievement, as a result you would notice that even in tasks that are difficult for him, he is still not willing to take help. He likes to feel that he is solely responsible for his tasks.Your Kid's Now Able To Stay With A Task Until It Is Done

What you need to know

Two things that are very important at this time and will have a lifelong impact on your child is your encouragement and the example you set in front of your child. Appreciate every task, however small it may be, that your child accomplishes. Be the perfect example, when it comes to taking responsibility for your tasks, as your child is watching you at all times and learning.



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