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Tips to encourage curiosity in your child

Shreiya Aggarwal Gupta
3 to 7 years

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Tips to encourage curiosity in your child

As parents, we want to bring out the best in our child. But at times, in the race of bringing up a ‘genius’, we focus too much on the academics and even without our own knowing, we may end up curbing a child’s natural instincts and ‘wonder’. We may not pay heed to all those wonderful questions: ‘Mama, why is the sky blue?’; ‘Papa why do butterflies have different colours?” and so on. Our proparent blogger, Shreiya Aggarwal Gupta, shares some simple tips that can go a long way to keep your child’s curiosity alive and brimming. Read on…


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Ritu

| Feb 09, 2017

I jj

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Nikita

| Feb 08, 2017

@ zarmain: when a kid asks you a question and you really don't have the answer or are fed up with the persistent kid.. ask her a question instead. something just above her level of understanding... for eg: how do trees breathe, how do volcanoes erupt etc... you will wonder how soon she will keep her mouth shut if she doesn't know the answer.. but beware she will ask u instead even about the answer.. and you will have to use complicated words to explain it once and she will then never ask you again until she becomes a little older.

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Romio Naorem

| Feb 06, 2017

thank I maam.. i m looking forward to ur blog

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Zarmain Fatima

| Feb 05, 2017

sir /madam it is difficult to answer their questions my daughter ask so many questions some time I get fedup of such curiousity. what to do at that time

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Tayeb Haseen Siddique

| Feb 05, 2017

Good. helpful advice.

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Soumya Subash

| Feb 05, 2017

good one

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suganya sundar

| Feb 04, 2017

Good one... useful tips .....especially asking questions how it works with the objects near them.

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