Parents are not only there to pay for the school fee's. More importantly, they should supervise the growth and development can do this. Be in an environment that is cognitively stimulating to the child, and will appeal to his curious nature. Provide interesting materials help children enhance their imagination by giving them fascinating books, art materials (paper, crayon etc) blocks and old clothes for costume to encourage role-playing and story telling activities. Let the children play we overlook the importance of play, which enables them to make use of their imagination, invent their own toys out of available materials and come up with their own script. Making their own dialog is a one way of discovering how to resolve conflicts. Take your kids on nature walks, trips to community places and out of town adventures to widen their understanding and knowledge of the physical world. Spend your time to your child at least 30 minutes to an hours a day exclusively with your child to make him feel your unconditional acceptance and love. Walk the talk everything starts and ends at home. As the cliche'goes, parents are the first teachers and home is the first school. Be a model of good behavior to your kids..

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