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Children habitat is the School????
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Children with different mentalty so child will adjust themselves from home environment to a new world with similar age group. They change gradually, mingling with other students, teachers and parents. There some alerts for their happy and sorrow. All there changes is possible with the environment in which they are growing.


How does it happen? The question is almost a holy grail for parents, teachers, and researchers. After all, no one wants to see a child fail in school. There changes is a “dynamic process that can be positively influenced by parents.” Do these traits look familiar?


How a child can succeed


Is they are interested in learning: From earliest childhood, parents and community have offered interesting things to explore, and have encouraged curiosity.


Will they continue learning: This means they ask questions, and they seek help. When they get stuck, they know that adults are on hand to help—and that its worth asking.


Put your effort into their work: Parents can convey the message that if kids try hard, the results will pay off. These kids are proud of effort, and they dont give up.


Focus on social environment: School is full of emotional and social challenge, as kids handle friends, authority, and group dynamics. Parents can help by supporting kids in making good decisions and being generous friends.


Encourage their knowledge and interest: Parents help when they celebrate their children just as they are, neither less nor more, while still encouraging high hopes and dreams.


Parents make yourself a role model to child: This does not mean that parents must be perfect—it means they must be real, and they must be willing to be learners sometimes too.


Teach them natural science: This doesnt require that Batch be piped into the nursery or abstract mathematics be taught in the sandbox. It means that parents talk, explain, name and count everyday things and experiences, helping kids learn and make meaning.


Follow helpful family routines: Kids can count on regular meals, baths, and sleep times. When its time for school, theyre ready to go.


Know that rules count: Parents help by setting clear limits and boundaries - “authoritative” rather than too strict or too lax.


Attend schools with “high expectations,” strong and effective staff development, and good communication about kids’ progress. Whatever the age of the child, parents can help by modeling good communication, and by staying in close touch with teachers and school staff.