GOAL SLOGAN: I CONTRIBUTE ACTIVELY IN THE PLANNING OF TEAM PROJECTS
SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT.
The questions below are designed to help you think about how you can help from home with the skills development programme your child is taking part in.
- When we are doing domestic tasks and our children are with us, do we encourage them to take part and cooperate?
- Do we positively value the results of the work undertaken by the whole team, or do we prioritise the individual results?
- Have we managed to ensure that our children take the initiative and help us with work in the home?
HOW CAN WE HELP?
The suggestions below show when personal parental involvement is necessary. The aim of the subjects proposed is to demonstrate where you might be able to support your child and help him work on developing this month’s skill.
- Use minor disputes and “conflicts of interest” at home to show them how to manage conflicts. Help them to recognise the needs and feelings of others.
- Share those tasks associated with family plans, so that your children can take part in preparation tasks.
- The family is the first school, one that is irreplaceable when it comes to teaching children how to cooperate with others and to show them how to give instructions and to be responsible, correctly undertaking the tasks assigned to them: taking the opportunity at family events, holidays or small home improvement tasks to give specific tasks to children is well worth the effort. These need to be determined tasks that are suitable for their age, you need to trust in their ability to perform them.