Sunday, March 29, 2020

How to Teach Your Child Good Manners ?

“Intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.”
Martin Luther King, Jr.


Let us all agree that parenting is not an easy job; it's not a walk in the park. These little devils are hard to tame, but we love our children! Our off springs indeed are, a huge responsibility.

As parents, we want our children to become good human beings and responsible citizens after growing up. We desire that our children have a strong and socially admirable personality.

Primarily, it is our duty that our children have admirable manners, positive character, strong personality, and ethical behavior.

We must assure that when they grow, they must have a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset as laid down by the psychologist Carol Dweck in her world-famous book “Mindset’’.

If children don't learn good manners and positive behavior, when they’re young, the problems with serious consequences can develop as they grow older.

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This book provides essential guidance to parents, schools, and the overall whole of the society about how they can effectively teach good manners, habits, and behaviors to these beloved little creatures so that they can grow up as positive, mentally and psychically healthy, productive, citizens.



About the author 

Muneeba Anwar, a Software Engineer, STEM Instructor & Trainer enjoys teaching, mentoring, training and creating interesting curriculum that forge learning process exciting for young minds. She is currently serving at Robokids where she is facilitating STEM Education for children and adults alike. She finds solace in reading and writing, specifically in developing interesting content for Little Learners.
Muneeba before joining Think Like a Giant back in 2016, had been working for various blogs including iOSAppers. She is best known for her writings in the niche of Science & Technology. In her free time, she likes exploring the offerings of Literature, History, Art & Poetry. Oh, and she finds it truly awkward to talk about herself in third person! (:

Any criticism and suggestion for the improvement of this book will be happily Addressed by the author.

                      





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