is always started by
and the spark
- It is
powered by the
grease of effort.
by the steering
of common sense
You can motivate
your child for successful learning by
building self-esteem. Ask your child to
describe himself. Do bright, positive,
upbeat words come out....smart, good,
nice, popular, happy?
do you hear.....dumb, fat, mad, broke,
and a list of "cant do"
things like cant read very well,
cant run fast, cant make
friends, cant do math?
Before a child can
achieve learning success, he needs to
believe in himself.....have an image of
self-worth.....a sense of being
capable....a sense of self-esteem. He
needs to see himself as a
Research shows that
these feelings of confidence contribute
to success in learning, success in social
relationships, and high self-esteem.
Books for Your Children
One of the best
ways to encourage childrens reading
is to give them books of their very own.
With so many childrens books in
print, however, making the best
selections may seem like a formidable