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11/28/2018


To ask questions, you need to think, be creative, be curious, be confident, and more. All of these are characteristics that you surely want your child to have. For that reason, you should read and follow the tips below to encourage your child to ask more questions.

How to Encourage Your Child to Ask Questions

  1. For starters, if you want your child to be curious, then let them be curious. To that end, allow them to explore, smell, taste, see, hear, and touch as much as they can of the world around them.
  2. If you shame your child or make them feel bad about asking questions, then it's highly likely that they'll never want to do it. For that reason, you should provide a positive environment where they can share their doubts and opinions safely.
  3. Nothing gives you more material to ask questions than trying something new. That's why, you should make it a point to learn something with your child. Plus, this will give you a chance to bond with them.
  4. Of course, if your child has questions, it's because they want answers. Provide encouraging answers to your child, so they're motivated to keep asking. Doing so will also help them learn more from your replies.
  5. Lastly, turn the things around and encourage your child to answer questions. This will allow them to get creative, use their knowledge, and build their confidence to find the right answers.

Enroll your child in tutoring in The Woodlands TX to help them reach their academic potential. Call The Tutoring Center, The Woodlands TX at (281) 602-3839 to inquire about their programs, or to request a free consultation.

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