Center for the Child by- Myoma Myint Kywe ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္

Center for the Child

 Researched by- Myoma Myint Kywe
ၿမိဳ ႔မ ျမင့္ၾကြယ္

Parents under any circumstances should avoid from quarreling, acting rudely, divorcing between themselves, threatening to get divorced occasionally, speaking very rudely.
As these kinds of behaviour seriously hurt the feelings of the children, the parents should refrain from creating such scenes in front of them. The parents should be aware that if they keep on quarreling now and then, the children would feel isolated and insecure for their future and the health of their mind is threatened.

Naturally, the children yearn for kindness and love from their elders, parents and teachers, if they are loved, they also reciprocate similarly. They desire their family to have between parents and children, brothers and sisters, among sisters themselves.

Parents should provide love and care to their children all the time, should answer their queries with patience must be able to explain to them the do's and the don't s. It is also necessary to avoid being too disciplined, too, liberal, too favouring and to refrain from being extreme.

The parents should be patient with their children, they must teach their children with perseverance. They must be able to teach their children to understand the good and the bad, beginning right from the basics. If the parents themselves cannot be patient with their own, children then who else would be so. Good manners are something our parents and other adults usually teach us as a child.

Having good manners means showing honor and respect to everyone around you. It means being polite. It includes humility, humanitarian out look, compassion, loving kindness and understanding. Parents, teachers and other adults should always be examples of good manners.

If adults are rude to children, then children will learn to be rude. If parents are impolite to each other, then children will learn to be impolite. If children hear one adult insulting another, they will learn to speak that ways, too.

There are three important things we must remember. Children's confidence in their parents are very important. Children regard their parents as their heroes, powerful benefactors. Parents are highly regarded and their confidants. Parents should understand that their actions and what they say are regarded as examples by the children.

The parent's genes, the environmental situation, model character, behaviour and qualifications etc.

Should be example for their children. Thus, it is important that the parents should have good mind, good character, good behaviour, good thinking, disciplined, law abiding and good mannered. So Parents and teachers should be special models.
Kindergarteners whose parents fought with each other frequently and harshly were more likely to grow into emotionally insecure older children who struggled with depression, anxiety and behavior issues by 7th grade, the study authors found. Parents can control and reduce the impact of fighting in front of their children.

Children are continually changing physically, mentally, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. They follow a general pattern of growth and development. Parents and teachers who are aware of common characteristics of different age-groups will be able to deal with children’s behavior more appropriately and teach them more effectively.

Some children may develop faster or slower than others their age. For example, a particular six-year-old may fit more closely the age characteristics of a five-year-old or a seven-year-old. Remember also that children may temporarily revert to younger behavior during emotional stress or tension. As you study and prepare each lesson, be aware of how each part of the lesson can help you meet the children’s needs.

Regardless of the age-group you teach, make sure you are patient, respectful, loving, and sensitive toward each child. Do not expect children to do more than they are able.

Children are believing. They believe what you say. They are receptive to the truth. You have an obligation to teach them correct teachings simply and clearly, with language and examples that they can understand.

Children take things literally. Everything is real to them. Make certain that they do not misunderstand what you teach.

Children are curious and eager to learn. They enjoy learning through varied and new experiences. They want to move about, use all their senses, explore and try new things. Older children like the challenge of answering questions and solving problems. The Children in your class will be more attentive and excited about learning when you use a variety of teachings methods activities to teach theory and practical.

Children are beginning to prepare for the future. While adulthood may seem far away for children, they are preparing now for their future responsibilities in their families, the school , the church, the monastery, and the workplace.  You can help them realize how their current experiences are preparing them.  

Kids Today, Leaders Tomorrow! 

Today child is - Tomorrow's leader!

Our youth are the leaders of the future ! 

There are many children out there who need a guiding hand of their parents and teachers . If the children have to meet the future, they need the right education. Ultimately, your children will be happier and safer.