qualities that your child needs


Qualities that your child needs to become successful and happy, you may already know. Nowadays we are taking all the precautions to raise our children in ways they are equipped to face all the challenges of their future.

Yet what if your child shows interest in science. Hence you should think of teaching him/her trails that can be helpful in adulthood.     

No matter what any child wants to be when he/she grows up, science is part of our life. Therefore it is essential that science is part of children’s lives in school and at home.

Every kid starts out as a natural-born scientist, and then we beat it out of them. A few trickle through the system with their wonder and enthusiasm for science intact.

Carl Sagan

Science is all around us. However, we do not realize it. But our children need to be aware of it.

Moreover, science is trying to explain how the world actually works. Therefore it is analyzing the challenges we are facing.

On the contrary, technology is developing solutions that can resolve these challenges. By inspiring children in science, we encourage them to think and observe. 

Hence the teacher is interacting with children to understand and engage in fascinating activities.

However the most important in science is the skills children are gaining. They are becoming thinkers out of the box and challenging every knowledge the teacher gives them.

In this episode of Her Impact, I am giving you the three qualities that your child needs in science.

But also these qualities are not limited to science. Honestly, they can help children in maybe anything they want to achieve in life.

In general, imagination leads to innovation. When a child finds stimulation to imagine the impossible, he/she can create a better world for us. 

In the end, we want the next generation to do what we have failed until today. Therefore we must prepare them enough for what we already know about the world.

If you have children and you will like to share your story you can leave a comment below.

Children and scientists share an outlook on life. ‘If I do this, what will happen?' is both the motto of the child at play and the defining refrain of the physical scientist.

James Gleick

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