Curiosity Solutions is must
Child/Babies are born by learners, with a natural curiosity to figure out how the human works. Curiosity is the key to desire to learn. It is an eagerness to explore, discover and figure things out. The more curious a child is, the more he learns.
Nurturing your child’s curiosity is one of the most important ways you can help her become a complete human being? Parents and caregivers don’t have to “make” their children curious or “push” their child to learn.
A curious child is nothing new in society. Children are explorative in their early years, and this means that they will try to have as many sensations and experiences as possible when they are growing up. However, what actually motivates this sense of curiosity?
The importance of curiosity in children’s learning can never be underlined enough – it is a major pathway for knowledge to reach their little minds. The ability to ask questions, and to ask the right questions is important even in the lives of adults as well. Innovation is the backdrop to any sort of progress, and this will be extremely relevant when the child grows up.
0-2 Years : In the first couple of years, the child is as curious about his own body as he is about the outside world. Everything is new to him – therefore, he tries to explore as much as he can of not only the setting around him but also his body parts.
3-4 Years : By this age, children already have a sense of understanding about themselves and their immediate surroundings. Now, novel events and things are their focus. You may find them asking innovative questions, like what happened to the rain or what a measuring tape is, and proceeding to try and use them further.
5-6 Years : At this age, they start to think substantially – the questions children ask reflect that too. This means that parents may have to face questions like whether ants can hurt them, why they hurt them and even where babies come from. The curiosity may even be laced with anxiety at this age.
Though no evidence shows that children’s natural curiosity to discover and explore reduces over time, the fact remains that many adults are not as curious as they once were. It does seem to occur – but it is not exactly known why it does. However, a curious fact is that the decline does coincide with age and exposure to formal learning.