In a transition society, a child inhibits directly or indirectly whatever he sees or hears consciously or unconsciously. Both parents as well as the teachers shoulder the responsibility to bring out the best in the child by ruling out those inhibitions that hinders a child's learning and growing process.
Good care, love and affection, sports, academics and good health condition form the ingredients in nurturing a child. Both the parents and teachers should lay an encouraging hand on them at all tests of time.
Time Management is of prime importance for a student. Doing their regular assignments, learning their daily portions, proper eating habits, healthy exercises, and good sleeping hours with time for recreation is all the instruments of success. Following good moral practices forms the supreme cover for a child.
A good knowledge of current affairs, reading good graded books, quizzing puzzles, enrolling in healthy competitions, good communication skills ‑ adds a spark on a glowing child. The young mind is like a garden that can either be intelligently cultivated or be allowed to run wild.
To be precise, whatever a child does or learns must create a good positive impact that makes him to shine with excellence.
Mrs. P. Mahalakshmi,
B.Sc., M.C.A., B.Ed., Dip. in Montessori.