Your child may not be an 'A grade' student, or a champion athlete, but he still has the 'smarts' to excel in several other areas. Understand your child’s strengths and provide opportunities to excel.
By Team ParentCircle
Once your child starts school, it is suddenly all about academics. You constantly worry about his grades and marks, without seeing his true potential. A child who is not necessarily strong in academics can otherwise become a master musician. But, are you paying attention to such skills? The one-size-fits-all approach of the traditional education system may not be sufficient to allow a child to reach his full potential. The solution? Identify your child’s intelligence or strengths and support it.
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