Parents are the moral attachment to their child and they grow by seeing their day by day activities. It will always amaze their parents how much they learn from children because they are the one the children first make contact with as they grow up. These early years are very important as infants trust the one who takes care of them. When a toddler is morally connected, be develops trust and sensitivity. With these virtues, parents are able to teach toddlers and preschoolers the rules of life. When a parent is morally connected with their child, they let the child to know whether he is right or wrong, correcting him all the way, in the end, the child trust them as a parent. In every child, there are special unique gifts of talent. These skills become apparent at school and at times when they are engaged in what they love the most.
Understanding the skills:
When it comes to children upbringing and the development of values, praising their children when they perform outstandingly is better than labeling him talented or smart. This discovery was made through a research by a leading researcher in the field of achievement and success. Different children have different learning styles, parents need to discover that which is peculiar to their child and develop it for him. Children learn more when practice is involved. At their early stage in life, children should read as often as possible. This enhances their learning ability, improving the rate at which they learn. In long run, they will instill the value of reading. This is fundamental as it make their child more connected to their books. Children listen when their parents talk. If there is any moral value they want to develop in them, talk to them about it and highlight the importance explaining to them why they need to follow these rules.