Children need to feel that their interests are valued. They live in two worlds: A world where what they involve themselves with is simple, isolated and exploratative in play; and the serious value conscious commercially entertaining world where their parents negotiate constructive challenges and monetarily fortify their reserves.
The simple, isolated, explorative world eases a child into exercising patterns of thinking strategies. By practicing simple make-believe strategies a child learns that what he takes part in can produce reliable results. Intelligence in a child is always actively versatile; there are no mental roadblocks when you are solving the simple issues that are based in minimized role playing attempting to assess strategic design of the common commercial market place.
From the moment we determine that we are walking efficiently enough to expedite our involvement within a playful, randomly scattered room full of our toys, our strategic environment seems to demand that we respond with quicker attention and creatively imagined assignments of personally self-fulfilling involvement practiced regularly with toys.
What motivates a child’s involvement in play is his bond with his parents. Kids will copy their parents to gain their approval, so that when it is time to attempt a more real challenge they can comparatively evaluate how they should proceed with a task assigned to him purposely. When purpose is required to refine a kid’s ability to perform a task it becomes more complex and engages growth mentally, rebuilding mental processing patterns.
When a child’s mind is ready to purposely improve his mind he will begin to supplement and improve his playing skills. He will think of improving the old plastic toy replicas of society’s modeled behaviors by adding items that he found around his house as additions.
These additions practiced incrementally are a sure sign that your child may be ready to participate systematically and follow you mentally. This would be the time to test a child’s learning aptitude. Children should study languages if they can similarly learn from example and explanation by finding methods to lead them in this kind of instruction. If this proves possible and there is serious interest and curiousity about learning a language then it must be practiced daily and without excuses. While there may be pending pressures within the outside world, it should not be disclosed to your child. A child cannot learn anything new if he needs to concern himself with his parents’ discomfort. He will always be concerned and continue to impress his concern upon you. Kids have wandering minds anyway; if you want optimum attention from your child, you need to assert him not substitute your concerns as his stress. A child’s concentration is like a fly; if you disturb his path, which is compulsive anyway, then he will not focus optimally to produce results for his interests or yours.