Five ways to boost your child’s confidence
Encourage an outgoing personality with these quick tips
Show pride in your child
Display your child’s drawings or schoolwork around your home and speak highly of them to others.
Attend school activities
Show interest in your child’s school plays and sports days. This tells your child that his or her special events are also important to you.
Support many interests
Whether your child loves to paint, run or sing, support other creations and talents outside of school too.
Offer your child choices
Let your child choose activities you can do together, such as reading a story, playing a game, or just having a chat. Do this daily and tell them how much you enjoy it.
Talk about your child’s triumphs, especially at moments of low confidence. It will help instill self-value.
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How to help a small child to think big
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