Instilling “Golden Habits” In your Little Ones

Wekie Education is not just a typical place for children to learn. Over here, we want to bring out the best in your child from every possible aspect. 

Our brand’s core idea encourages children to ‘Speak Good Words’, ‘Do Good Things’ and ‘Think Good Thoughts’. Here’s some sharing on how you can instil these “golden habits” in your little ones. 

Speak Good Words

Words are a very powerful tool as it represents a person’s self-cultivation, at the same time it can affect other’s mood. Get your child on the right road to being polite by encouraging them to be humble. Teach them to show appreciation by saying phrases such as “Please” and “Thank you” whenever they need something and is reciprocated. As your child treats those around them with respect and manners, they will find others responding well to them.

Do Good Things

We should encourage children to do good things, for themselves and also for others like giving food to a homeless man or helping an injured animal. By teaching children self-love, they know the importance of picking up healthy and positive habits. When children love themselves, they learn to accept their own shortcomings. In return, they will be more compassionate and have empathy for others.   

Think Good Thoughts

Having a positive attitude can help children overcome any problem in life. A small setback can affect children negatively, but they should be taught to understand it is not the end of everything. If they remain positive in difficult situations, they will be able to come out of it quickly. You should not force your child to dismiss negative thinking or emotions but help them deal with these and move on.

While these rules may seem inconvenient to a child, in retrospect, they are some of the basic building blocks for something of greater value – emotional quotient (EQ). Children with high EQ or good manners will have a life filled with better respect and kindness for themselves and others. It all begins with the basics of encouraging good behaviour in them!