Is it important to praise a child?

Every child wants to earn the praise and attention of their parents. And when a child succeeds, and his parents praise him, he smiles and laughs. To evoke a positive reaction from the parents, the child repeats these actions over and over again. But many parents do not know when to praise and when not to.

It is important to pay attention to the child

When parents are busy with something, maybe even important things for example, and the child tries to interfere. He wants to draw attention to it. And this means that parents devote little time to the child. The reason may be different, afraid to spoil the child or get used to the fact that they will always praise him. If they are often scolded at school, at home, then over time the child may develop aggression. Therefore, the main principle of education is to spend more time with children, even if parents are heavily loaded with work. Therefore, more attention should be paid to the child when he is calm and not irritated.

However, if the child is naughty, bullying or trying to bring out emotions. You should not scold, shout, but simply ignore the actions of the child, wait a bit and the whims will end. Maybe even be patient, as you will have to wait half an hour or an hour. When the child calms down and introduces himself well, you can praise him or buy something. But don’t overdo it. Tip: if you encourage the child with toys, or something else, for the fact that he will behave well. But over time, the child will do well in the case when it is beneficial for him.

If the child behaved badly, then one should not turn a blind eye to this, but it is better to punish, for example, put in a corner or limit something. If you scold or shout, then he will repeat this act again and he does it in order to achieve the reaction of his parents.

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Praise for deeds

In order for a child to do well and have good behavior, it is necessary to praise him, and this must be done constantly. Also, praise is not just, but for specific deeds. For example, read, cleaning the room, washing the dishes, showing kindness to others, helping other people, doing homework, or getting a good grade. At the same time, you can praise in different ways, say: “Thank you very much”, “Well done”, “I couldn’t do it without you.” This will be an incentive to continue to please your parents.

However, you should not overpraise him, that is, say “You are the smartest, best child.” Such praise can already develop into selfishness, that is, it will only think about itself.