Ignite the talent in your child
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Ignite the talent in your child


Here is a tip for parents and teachers on this Children’s Day — Ignite the talent in your child. Yes, it is our responsibility, as talent is inborn, a natural aptitude whereas skills are acquired. They are trainable and it’s a learned competence.

So, be sensitive and understand that each child is an individual and is gifted with a talent. An opportunity to air out that talent is in our hands. This is not an easy task.

It involves a lot of patience, time and effort. But the end result is so wonderful that the joy it emits is worth all the trouble.

Teachers with their creativity, activity-based classroom teaching, can make it possible for each child to function at his/her own level. Wishing all our children, Happy Children’s Day. May they enjoy a healthy, happy and a hearty year ahead.

– Indira Ganapathy, Yadavagiri, 13.11.2017

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November 14, 2017

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Ignite the talent in your child”

  1. Srinivas says:

    I appreciate the author’s thought. Being living in Mysore, there are plenty of pubic grounds present, children should be given opportunity to learn any sports of their wish. Also plenty of good hearted teacher present in Mysore. Parents should ready to send their children for sport activities, so that they will be spending less time spending on mobiles. Also everyone driving vehicles, please slow down where school children are crossing roads, rather than show your hurry and hit the kids while crossing. The most dangerous ones are the signal jumpers, though pedestrians are crossing, they just jump the signal and put everyone in danger. I was helping and teaching my son how to cross the signals safely near Iswariyah Petrol bunk signal, it seems dangerous because of signal jumpers. Also you can notice many park their cars and bile on the zeebra crossing lines, that police should keep marked properly and violators should be punished. Police and public should help children crossing the road safely, so that unlike in Bengaluru, all children will have freedom to play outdoors, and parents also feel safer to send them out.

    Thanks again to the author. Happy Children’s day everyone.

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