“We must accept responsibility for a problem before we can solve it”.

When children learn to gradually know about the problem-solving skills, they are even more self-confident. They have lesser behavioural problems and with age and experience get along better with people around. This surely enables them to perform better in school and in relationships with friends and elderly people includingseniors.A strong emotional mental health, gives children the ability to deal with life’s challenges events and otherwise. As a parent, I understood that when we learn to coach our child through a challenge, instead of offering a solution for themwe are empowering them to become independent and smarter. Soon you will realise that you are giving them the ability to take their decisions all by themselves and thereby showing a key tool towards a successful life.

Let’s Classify the Problem or the Triggers.

“Every problem has a solution, although it may not be the outcome that was originally hoped for or expected.”

A Fact based on a theory Psychologist Abraham Maslow said about conflict and problem-solving: “If the only tools you have are hammers, every problem begins to look like a nail.” Nothing better than identifying the problem of the child and explaining him with the help of the examples. There are innumerable steps or ways to identifying a problem –first to recognize that there is at all a problem. Once that is established, you then need to consider the names of the people who are part of that problem. Often there can be one or two or more than two people involved. Lastly you need to clearly define and address the problem you wish to solve and then take the necessary steps involved.

Really ? Do we  categorise the Issues kids face!!!

Mostly thereis more than one problem in a particular situation and you must be able to separate them and antagonize them individually otherwise the judgement wouldn’t be correct. For instance, one of the two children takes a toy from another, and the other one react by hitting the first child, you have two problems the snatching of the toy and the hammering of the child. Although we need to console the child who is hit, which means first the action that caused hurt need tobe dealt with on priority. Then after, you can deal with other problems. The versions of the problem should be addressed judiciously.This is the the way both of them learn to accept their mistakes plus get an idea to solve a particular problem.

 Go Step-By-Step Through the Problem-Solving Sequence 

“A step at a time . . . One problem at a time—just figure out this one problem”

Sometimes finding the answer to a problem needs to go through the process of elimination. The students attempt to solve a problem in at least two different ways before reaching out to you for help. Even better, encourage them to write down their Answers on their own. This is when the idea of worksheets comes into picture where the child for the first time learns the problem-solving skills by doing the worksheets of English, Math, and English all by themselves. The worksheets offered at Azotus Stimulates imagination, inspires self-expression, enhances motor skills coordination.

The Interesting dot-to-dot printable themed worksheets at Azotus (https://azotus.in/product-category/worksheets/) enable kids to learn to categorize alphabets. The Collection of worksheets for practicing skills like spelling/counting/matching/coloring and more kids’ worksheets intended to help them practice and learn early math skills. This is the best way they can be independent growing learners and learn and practice the problem-solving skills in a quick and interesting manner.

Natural consequences may also teach problem-solving skills. So, when it’s the appropriate time, allow your child to face the natural consequences of their action. This is something every child should learn from their experiences and understand what would be the most appropriate way to deal with a situation. 

Written By:-

Priyanka Ghosh

(Transformational Coach)

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