1. Keep your original intention, that is, you must be firm in your original goal
This goal must be consistent with the characteristics of the child. My child is weak. Our primary goal is to strengthen the physical fitness, but the premise is to participate in physical exercise without getting sick.
And I later got a sense of comparison because of whether the child could upgrade. Fortunately, I found the problem and corrected it in time. No matter what I do, I must remember my original intention, not compare or compare, just follow the actual situation of the child.
2. Don't compare
As the saying goes: There is no harm without comparison. Both parents and coaches hope that their children can quickly complete the specified skills. In this process, urging and comparison will inevitably occur. However, we must not ignore the individual differences of each child, including age, gender, and control over the limbs and so on.
Because my child’s physique is not good and his balance is poor, I slowed down and asked the child to follow his actual situation. Because it’s too fast and too demanding, it’s stressful for the child, and it’s easier for the child to fail to reach it. Breed the idea of giving up.
3. Teach students in accordance with their aptitude
Communicate more with the coach, because only you know your child best. Communicating with the coach is actually to let the coach know more about the difference in the child. Ask him to give the child more patience and confidence in the process of guidance.
Children have no confidence in themselves. At this time, they need the strength from their parents, because parents are the closest to the children. Parents encourage them so that children have the courage to face and overcome difficulties when they encounter difficulties. Even if the child makes a little progress, he must be affirmed in time. The ways of affirmation can also be varied, such as a smile, an applause or a thumbs up.
When the child sees it in his mind, he will naturally be full of strength to continue practicing.
Every child will always encounter this or that kind of problem in life. What we have to do is to help children learn to face and resolve problems, so that they can feel that they can also, so that children can gradually build self-confidence and learn to be Moving forward in difficulties.