In the process of children’s growth, some abilities are particularly important. In order for children to have a better foothold in the future society, parents must consciously cultivate their children’s abilities.

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1. Comprehensive Analytical Ability

This ability enables us to collect information from various channels calmly and use our own logical ability to make inductive analysis so as not to be submerged by the vast ocean of information.

This ability of comprehensive analysis is particularly valuable because we are facing an information world that is rapidly expanding at a dizzying speed all the time. Surfing in the information sea is not as easy as we imagine, but fatigue and confusion.

If our babies want to survive better in the future, they must first have the ability to search, classify and summarize the massive information. It is very important to teach babies to play their own comprehensive games. We can’t, and can’t, hand him the key to unlock, but let him forge his own key.

Mother does this.

Playing with plaster and telling stories is a good opportunity to exercise your baby’s comprehensive abilities. Knead together the various colors of rubber mud to make a personalized shape he likes. In this restructuring activity, the baby creates a world of feeling and experience that belongs to him. In the beginning, you should give your baby the initiative to think and act, such as giving him some pictures, or asking him to search online for lessons on kneading rubber mud for inspiration.

Storytelling can also be used to train the baby’s comprehensive abilities. After telling the story, don’t forget to let the baby repeat it in his own words.

Navigation in this article

Page 1: Comprehensive Analytical Ability Page 2: Professional Research Ability Page 3: Ability to Respect Others

Page 4: Creative Ability Page 5: Ethical Ability

Page 1: Comprehensive Analytical Ability

Page 2: Professional Research Ability

Page 3: Respecting the Ability of Others

Page 4: Creativity

Page 5: Ethical competence


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