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Ways to help your kid be more self-sufficient

Ways to help your kid be more self-sufficient

 Everyone wants their kids to be more of self-sufficient rather than relying on you for each and every small thing. You can always take initiatives to prepare your kid to be more of self-sufficient by letting them tackle small activities and following up with the praise each time they succeed. Still there are lots of points you can keep in mind to develop your child more efficiently, some of them are given below:
1.    Take a step back 
When your kid likes dressing up themselves, resist suggesting him what you like him to wear and appreciate. Likewise when they make their bed just let them feel you are happy they took initiative even if the bed remains a bit messy. The main goal is to encourage them for becoming independent and not to have photo-ready kids or bedrooms.
2.    Simplify their work 
Is that your kid loves making their own breakfast? You can always simplify their jobs like by placing the milk bottle within their reach and help them with the cereal box and bowl. Appreciate each initiative taken by your child to finish a good job and they will like doing it each time. As, it is said “an action appreciated is always repeated” so choose to simplify their work and give them whole credit for it.
Complimenting them for small initiatives, talking to them and guiding them will always help your kid grow more independently and you can also take help of web to help your kid with every problemu-

 

 

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