8 talking ways for Children’s education

1. Childhood is a foundation stone of human life.

 A bird named Baya builds its nest by choosing small straws.  These small straws are of no use, people do not give any importance to them, but when Baya makes his beautiful nest with these, then good people are surprised.  Human life is also like a nest, in which small things have the same importance as small straws while building a nest for a bird.  It is from here that the building of the child’s future begins, for this small children should be taught the sophistication of small tasks and small habits in such a way that their personality becomes beautiful and beautiful.

2. Every child has the power and potential to become great.

  If they are developed, then the same child can perform his duties towards the society and the world by becoming an ideal citizen and if his small things and habits are neglected considering them as unimportant, then the child is deprived of the achievement of a beautiful personality.  remains.Therefore, children should be taught caution, cleanliness, truthfulness, love and intimacy from childhood.  It is to be remembered, children are not created by mere teachings.  The first requirement is that the ideal should be presented to the children through oneself and the second requirement is that appropriate guidance should be given to the children keeping in mind their every activity and their functioning.  Some such things are being mentioned here, so that children can be taught the right direction of doing small things and refinement of small habits.

3. As soon as the child grows up a little, the child is sent to study in the school

At the time of sending him to school, copy books have to be bought and handed over to him.  This is a small initial responsibility left to the children.  To teach them to fulfill their responsibility properly, it is necessary to pay attention to how they keep their notebooks and how they use them.  Due to lack of any information in this regard, it is seen within a week after buying a copy for the children that their grave is scratched, the paper pasted on the book is torn etc. etc.  The children are not told any way of using them.  The parents think that this is the job of the teachers and the problem before the teacher is how to give individual attention to 40-50 children.

 The fault is neither of the children nor of the teachers, there is no immediate harm due to this, but there is a fear of negligence in the tendency of the children, which may not be at this time, but later it brings its dire consequences.  .  That’s why parents should check their children’s copy-books from time to time and keep giving proper guidance in this regard.  At the time when new books and notebooks are bought, parents should also encourage the children to put covers on their books and notebooks to prevent them from getting dirty.  Newspapers come in every educated family.  If they don’t come, then they are sold in the junk too, they should be bought and once offered in front of the child, they should be told.  As soon as the school is over, the children do not run home.  The hours spent at school seem like prisons to them;  Because his free mind is more engaged in independent activities like sports.  They run towards the house and throw their school bag, which contains the study material, here and there.This habit also has the potential to create an error in personality.  Therefore, the child should be taught to keep his belongings correctly and at the right place.

 It has been said that the child starts the first industry of his life when he starts going to school.  In this first industry itself, the children have adopted many weaknesses and many errors, so there is a fear of continuing them in the future life as well.  School teachers often say that children never bring pencils, sometimes the tip of the pencil is not properly drawn.  Sometimes a book is forgotten, sometimes a copy, sometimes the drawing-box is missing in the art hour, and sometimes there is no ruler in the compass-box in the geometry hour.  This is the bell to move towards a disorderly life.  Therefore, parents should take care of their children’s pencil, fountain pen, book, copy etc.  If possible, he should be reminded of all these things before going to school or his belongings should be kept in front of him with his own hands occasionally.  This will go a long way and they will learn to keep order in other things as well.

4. Orderliness and caution should not be taught only in school matters, but should be encouraged to take care of this in other works as well. 

After bathing and washing, the habits of keeping and removing clothes in place, keeping soap in proper place, washing hands and mouth properly after eating food and rinse should be developed.  School life is being presented as an example.  Sometimes children pick up pieces of chalk thrown by teachers in schools and use them to paint the walls that come in their way.  Even in schools, when there is free time, they keep tattooing their copy books with pen or pencil or make different shapes on them, due to which the copy books become dirty.  If parents pay careful attention to each and every activity of their children, then this habit can be prevented from growing in them.  They should be explained that this is not good and if the child is interested in painting, then it should be thought of giving a separate opportunity and arrangement for it.

5. By nature, children have a tendency to work hard or to relax completely.

  The tendency to relax rears its head even while studying and children tend to study lying down.He falls asleep in no time, the book slips out of his hand and falls on his face.  This cannot be called a good habit.  Children should also be lovingly forbidden from sitting and reading and writing anywhere.  This disturbs their study schedule.  Sometimes it is not a good thing to read while sitting on the cot and sometimes on the floor by keeping a book on a box or stool.  It is appropriate that a table and chair should be arranged for the children to study.  If this is not possible, children should be inculcated the habit of reading and writing while sitting at a designated place, because of which the children will not remember the point of not being tall and not being lazy because they will understand that this is a place for reading and writing.  Here one must study and write, for other things there is another time and another place.  As far as possible, if the time of study-writing is fixed in the morning, then it is very good;  Because at that time children feel fresh and the things read in such a mood remain permanent for a long time.

6. Bright light should not be arranged for children to read while studying at night.

  Reading in bright light makes his eyes weak.  This is the reason why children living in cities have to wear spectacles very soon.  For children to study, low power or green colored bulb should be used by installing it in a table-lamp.  In rural areas or in towns where there is no electricity, children study by the light of lanterns.  A lantern is bought and brought for them.  And all the work of burning and using it is left to their responsibility. Parents often forget to tell how to use and maintain the lantern.  While giving a lantern, parents should also keep in mind how the child uses it.  He should be taught the habit of lighting, keeping, cleaning and extinguishing the lantern properly.  If this work is done by the parents, then it makes the children dependent and their habit becomes very painful in other works.

 Some people may not be able to manage electricity in their home due to poverty, but it does not mean that lanterns are not accessible to children.  It is often seen in poor families that children study under the light of a lamp.  The smoke coming out of the lamp keeps entering the eyes of the children and spoiling them.Leaving lamps for children and making arrangements for lanterns is neither an expensive thing nor is it necessary to spend extra money for it.

 In this way, these habits inculcated in the children while studying in the school are useful for their whole life.  Along with this, children should also be taught to live cleanly.  Along with keeping their reading and writing things clean, they should be motivated to clean the study room regularly, keep the useful items clean and keep the books and copies properly decorated.  Along with inculcating these values, also keep in mind that efforts should not be made to make children obedient only, efforts should also be made to make them disciplined and dignified, but this does not mean that there should be strict control over the children.  To be kept

7. The child also uses his intelligence.

With the changing times, the world of children is also changing.  That’s why it is rarely seen that whatever is said to the children, they accept it without any hesitation.  Such examples are rarely seen.  Therefore, advice and guidance should be given to children, orders should be given in the form of suggestions, if they are of any use for themselves, but in such a way that children should be made capable of growing with the help of their intelligence without feeling any pressure.  Extremely obedient children wait for others to say even when they are talented and capable.  With no use of their mind, they become dependent.  Because of how intelligent children are, they should not be prevented from using their independent intelligence because of the fear that they may harm themselves. 

8. Everyone has learned to walk by falling down.  Who would call it wise not to let a child walk for fear of falling!

 In this way, parents should treat children affectionately not as administrators, but as counselors.  It should not be thought that children should be made disobedient by saying that they should be allowed to use their independent intelligence.  It is being said that to make him self-disciplined, limited and self-reliant, his education should be given holistic by giving him an opportunity to use his intelligence.  Swami Vivekananda believes that “Education is the means of development of the inherent capabilities of man.”  Keeping this belief in view, efforts should be made that children’s education should not be limited to giving information to them, but efforts should also be made for the development of their personality by using caution, alertness and attention in small things.

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