Playful and relaxing time will create positive energy for children. They are motivated, mentally comfortable to support a lot of learning. You need to interact and learn more from your surroundings to fully develop.
After stressful lessons, moms can let children play sports. They can have more fun, relieve the learning pressure. If you have time, parents play together to stick with their children, from which, it is easy to share stories, schools, and friends.
Psychologists share that diligence in exercise and exercise helps children stay healthy. Sport plays a role in stimulating brain blood circulation, helps children think and learn better. Exercise also improves fitness, provides positive energy, limiting fatigue.
Children learn better when they find passion and positive energy. Not just let your child study long hours, study more subjects will be good. Forcing your child to learn can cause the opposite effect. In conversations between families, parents often inquire about their children’s academic achievement, rarely mentioning achievement or training in other aspects.
Parents often psychologically force their children to learn too much. This is not wrong, but this is just a perspective on the knowledge coordinate axis, parents forget that their child’s development is also measured in other axes such as skills, physical skills, quality, etc. Children like young trees growing, to grow well can not only fertilize, water or sun exposure, but there should be harmony between these factors. Children also, parents need to help children develop diverse, comprehensive in all aspects.
Each child has their own strengths, some children are good at intellectual subjects such as math, science, some perform well in basketball, soccer, etc. Depending on the strength of the child, age, personality that the mother encouraged appropriate.
Sports is a good environment for children to maintain physical strength, sharpen their virtues and skills, giving them lessons outside the school curriculum. Parents, please accompany your child to balance learning and exercising.