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Every family with children will have different kinds of toys more or less, when children is playing, they often play for a while put toys everywhere. Often, after they played, the house is full of toys, and there is no foot space in a small room. Packing up is also very tired, so how to teach children to pack their own toys? The below is the benefit and methods of teaching children to arrange toys.
Clothes are dirty and need to be washed to wear, food needs to be cooked to fill the hungry stomach, toys are the same. Toys can not be taken out overnight to become neat, so we need to let the baby know that these needs are met behind the hard work of the mother. The sooner children are exposed to housework, the more they value their parents'work, and the sooner they realize that a clean and comfortable home environment requires the efforts of a family. The feeling of gratitude to parents is also established from this time.
To cultivate children's self-care ability for parents, it is only for the sake of saving their mind in the process of raising their children. For children, self-care ability is a necessary skill accompanying the child's life. The daily housework of cleaning tables, floor and floor is the beginning of building children's good living skills. Cleaning up toys can make children responsible for their own things and learn to use their own actions to ensure their quality of life.
The process of doing housework requires children to use their own brains and hands, which is very helpful for children's brain and physical development. By training children to organize toys, children can build up confidence, which is also helpful to the formation of their early social outlook.
By making their toys neat and improving the family environment, children can reduce the workload of their mothers, realize that their behavior can affect the environment and others, and let their children know the benefits of hard work better.
First of all, in daily life, parents should teach their children the necessary words and deeds. Parents can let their children see more when they are tidying up, and guide their children to do it by themselves. When a child begins to learn how to tidy up, he should have a process of easy first and then difficult. He can tidy up a little place in front of him first, or just pick up which one to tidy up, so that he can start to tidy up slowly and increase the number every day, and the number will be more easily accepted.