Kids can sometimes seem disinterested and not amazed or engaged in getting instruction. It’s more likely they want to be valued for what they do and it to be measured as significant and beneficial. This can be seen when they have something they want to show the people most important to them like a parent, family, teacher or friends.
The interest level of the audience can be crucial when it’s time for a new skill to be demonstrated, so eyes up and dial in!
These moments have significant value and can serve as critical information in identifying passions and gifts. Valuing things they value almost has the ability to serve as equity to cash in when teaching them a complex thing or asking a large task of them.
Getting to know your child and fostering a bond through teaching a new skill can be rewarding for both.
Kidstrive in the right learning environment.