What your child should learn by age 10?
Age of 10 is always a big deal for kids because they tend to start feeling more mature and look for independence. There are a few things your child should learn by age 10 to ensure that your child is growing up to be self-sufficient, responsible, and aware of themselves and others.
Here are ten important things you can teach your child by age 10
- You should respect both girls and boys. They are equal.
- Don’t be afraid to make a mistake.
- Knowledge is more important than grades.
- Your parents are not your enemies. You can ask them for help.
- Always be ready to stand up for yourself.
- Don’t do something you don’t like for someone’s approval.
- If you don’t understand, ask questions.
- Tell your teacher if you don’t feel well.
- Respect the environment.
- Learn to say No.
Watch the beautiful animated video explaining the above points in detail. You can show this video to your child also so that child will surely enjoy this animation and learn quickly.
At this growing age, they are developing their self-image, learn to face challenges, and learn how to live in a healthy way for a happy and successful life. With the right information and proper guidance, they can build a solid foundation of good beliefs and good habits that help them transition into their teen years easier.
This age is playful mood age and they may not remember your words but will easily remember some small inspirational quotes for kids.
Inspirational Quotes For Kids
“Fake friends, negative friends, ain’t nobody got time for that.” Prince Ea
“You are worthy of love and belonging.” Brene Brown
“Keep every promise you make and only make promises you can keep.” Anthony Hitt
“You make a choice in your life, and it affects your life in all the ways, good and bad.” John Mayer
“You are what you do, not what you say you will do.” CG Jung
“Mistakes are always forgivable if one had the courage to admit them.” Bruce Lee
“The most important thing in the world is family and love.” John Wooden
“Rule your mind or it will rule you.” Horace
“If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world it will come through the expression of your own personality.” Bruce Barton
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.” Bryant H. McGill
“All forgiveness is self-forgiveness.” Michael Beckwith
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Richard Steele
You can print and paste or hang such quotes at a proper place where they look at them often, such as in their bedroom near the bed or study table. It is better if you make it attractive in a picture or frame. The more they look at them, they will understand, believe and incorporate them into their lives and that will help them to build a brighter and better future.
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