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10/17/2017
Asking questions as a young child can lead to a more critical way of thinking, and an insatiable curiosity and thirst for knowledge. However, even though children are naturally curious, some may not feel comfortable asking questions. For that reason, in the following post, you'll learn how you can encourage your child to ask questions.

How to Encourage Your Child to Ask Questions

Let Them Be Curious

Children are curious, so let them be. Their curiosity will take them to explore the world around them, interact with it, and learn new things, so allow them to do that.

Create a Positive Environment

If your child is timid and doesn't ask many questions, you should provide a positive environment around them where they won't feel intimidated or embarrassed to say what's on their mind.

Avoid Discouraging Them

Speaking of which, try not to discourage your child from asking questions, even if it's a question they've asked before, if it has a very obvious answer, or if they're on their 20th "why".

Learn New Things Together

Setting up your child in situations where they'll learn new things can also encourage them to ask questions. For that reason, you should try to learn new things together.

Provide Encouraging Responses

Needless to say, you should answer your child when they ask questions. Not only that, but you should provide encouraging responses that will make them think and learn.

Ask Them!

Last but not least, you can ask them questions as well. When they ask you something, you can turn to them and tell them "why do you think that is" to also develop their reasoning and creativity.

If your child could benefit from one-to-one tutoring, contact The Tutoring Center, Dubai UAE. at (+971) 04 435 6548.

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