Parenting - Emotions | 0-18 yrs

8 Ways To Motivate Your Child To Do Well

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Children are full of enthusiasm and energy, and always willing to try out something new. However, as they grow older, the motivation to explore and experiment decreases. So, what can you do to keep your child motivated to do well at all times?

Read our ClipBook to know more about simple ways to motivate your child. 

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Set Goals

Parents often approach me with concerns that their kids don’t have any real goals or passions, or that they just “don’t apply themselves”. More often than not, this lack of inner drive results...

Make Things Competitive

Competition isn’t only about winning or losing. For children, it means learning to share and take turns. Healthy competition teaches kids empathy, the pride that comes with hard work...

Support Her Interests

Sparks, as the Search Institute refers to them, are your child’s interests, their passions or focus that bring meaning, joy and energy into their life.  Depending on your child’s age, experiences...

Offer Encouragement

Encouraging words for kids are commonly given out in school and at home. When used right, these encouraging words can have powerful positive effects on kids. This is because...

Have Meaningful Conversations

Although as parents we talk to our kids all the time, it can be challenging to have conversations about things that really matter. These conversations require us to connect with our children...

Give Responsibilities

The shield of armor that many parents place around their children in order to safeguard them from the ugliness of real life often have kids today lacking responsibilities. Even children at a very...

Show Appreciation

Whether you have a toddler, older child or teenager, it is important that you show your appreciation for them in a way that they will understand. Children need constant attention and reinforcement...

Celebrate Accomplishments

Whether it is the debate championship, an Eagle Scout award, a great report card or a sports victory, it is important to take the time to celebrate the big events in a child's life...

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