Staying Away From Negativities

The endeavor in this practical assignment is to draw attention to many tendencies of children that every parent is aware of. However, these are generally taken casually or considered less important. The outcome of this simple assignment will enable parents to be in a much better position to work out remedial measures for the short-coming or any kind of distractions troubling their beloved kids.

3000
Duration: 28 Days

Let's scan children for the influence of any negativity

(Helps parents to identify unexplored elements that need serious attention)

Need of such Activities

For children in this age group many physical, mental, and emotional changes take place rapidly. Their minds have not yet attained maturity and hence can be very easily influenced positively or negatively due to people or situations in their surroundings. It is very difficult to ascertain how children are affected because of the various daily events they come across. Any negative impact on a child’s tender mind is like a virus that needs urgent remedial treatment or the virus will cause mild to severe damage to a child’s progress.

Aim

We aim to check whether a child is influenced by any negative element and to what extent. Also, we intend to aid parents to work out remedial measures for the short-coming of their beloved kids.

About the Activity

  • The best outcome of this program will be achieved by using the material provided by us practically. Only theoretical understanding will not be effective.
  • This program caters to 6 different topics related to commonly observed parental concerns about children in the above-mentioned age group.
  • For each topic, we will provide some clues to parents regarding the necessary factors to be considered and a set of age-appropriate questions for children.
  • Parents are only required to observe children, guide them wherever required and make sure that children practically perform according to their daily schedule.
  • Parents should make sure that children practically perform accordingly in their daily routine. Every week a new topic will be dealt with and the participants will receive the above-mentioned material from us before that.
  • No readymade solutions are provided as it may result in a lack of serious involvement and hence can hamper the outcome. 
  • The participants should send us a brief report of their weekly performance at the end of every week.
  • Every week a new topic will be dealt with and the participants will receive the above-mentioned material from us before that.
  • The weekly report should have a mention of how the clues and questions were used, how did the child perform during the week about the topic under consideration, whether the parents could think of some improvement that their child should carry out and what efforts are they going to take in near future to bring about the improvement.
  • The participants should send us a brief report of their weekly performance at the end of every week.
  • The participants can send us their reports in text, audio, or video format. 
  • We will give our comprehensive remark with suggestions to parents within 15 days after they have submitted their weekly reports.

Lessons

  • Reluctance

    Even easier things become difficult when you do it with reluctance. We get affected adversely by a widespread and eroding reluctance to take any stand on any values, moral, behavioral, or aesthetic. It's not the failure that holds us back but the reluctance to begin over again that causes us to stagnate.

  • Adamant Behavior

    There is no one as blind as those who refuse to listen and change. Facts and evidence cannot be altered by any adamant behavior. Staying adamant about the opinion is wrong. Keep open to other peoples' voices. Stubborn minds stay away from knowledge and happiness. Some of our most adamant habits are products of our plasticity.

  • Cribbing Nature

    Cribbing nature is like a virus. The more you feed it, the better is the climate for the virus, and your attitude becomes worse. Cribbing spreads leads to other complainers and can seed a complaint into the thoughts of others.

  • Carelessness

    Carelessness does more harm than a want of knowledge. Don't use time and words carelessly - neither can be retrieved. Careful minds build durable buildings; careless minds build rotten buildings!

  • Habit To Lie

    Once you have tasted the sin of lying, you could not help but lie and lie again. Lies have never made things easier, it just turns them nasty. The present could be covered up by lies, but the future is already messed up by it. Once you start telling a lie, you do not know how great a task you have undertaken. For you need to supplement one simple lie with twenty others to uphold it. The most shameful thing to be caught at is being caught lying.

  • Fear Factor

    What you fear is what you must conquer. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Don’t let fear stop you from trying new things. Believe in yourself. Do what you love. Fear is a darkroom where negativities develop. The greatest mistake we make is we live with a constant fear that we will make one. Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less

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