Teaching Your Kids to Be Willing to Learn

teaching-928637_960_720.jpgBeing willing to learn! This is a relatively simple thing to teach your little ones – lead by example. From firsthand knowledge with my kids, I discovered that I had to be willing to learn myself. I had to show that learning develops knowledge and that knowledge is power.

Teach your children to learn, but don’t make it stressful. If your kids have a question, whatever it may be, explore it and educate them. If you don’t know the answer, look it up together and enjoy the time with your kiddo.

Keep a journal of what you and you child are learning. Cut out pictures and paste them on the journal page with the words that explain the cool, weird, or funny thing they asked about. It’s an interesting project and fun for both of you and the whole family.

Angel Krishna

Children’s Books Author

Monkeys and Crocodiles Play Baseball

The Gu-Glee-Goos of Christmas

Coming soon – Gabby’s Space Adventure!

About ADK Story Books

Angel Krishna is a fun-loving mom, a great friend and wife with a silly side, who believes that imagination is a gift. She loves when children tell a story, how their eyes widen, their hands move every which way and their voice fills with excitement. Angel encourages parents to listen to their children and to communicate with an open mind and a full heart. She reminds herself and those around her to enjoy life, always move forward and be creative.
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1 Response to Teaching Your Kids to Be Willing to Learn

  1. I love the idea of creating a scrapbook about the things children ask about. I wish I had one to illustrate the time my toddler asked me—in a very loud voice in the grocery store—how her soon-to-be born sibling got into my belly!


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