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10/17/2017
A child who asks questions is one that is developing their critical thinking skills, their imagination, their curiosity, and much more. For that reason, you should follow the tips below to encourage your child to ask more questions.

How to Encourage Your Child to Ask Questions

Let Them Be Curious

Children are curious by nature, so allow your child to be that at home. Allow them to explore, even if that means that they'll get dirty. Sometimes, that's necessary to learn a few things.

Create a Positive Environment

You should provide a positive environment for your child where they can learn and ask questions without feeling intimidated or embarrassed.

Avoid Discouraging Them

Tied to the point above, you should avoid discouraging them. Don't tell them their questions are obvious, and don't ask them to stop asking "why", since this can hinder their curiosity.

Learn New Things Together

You could also try learning new things with your child. This will give you a chance to bond as well as an opportunity to develop their brain and their critical thinking skills.

Provide Encouraging Responses

Of course, you should answer your child's questions! Moreover, you should provide encouraging responses to them. This will feed their interest in learning new things.

Ask Them!

Finally, you can ask your child questions. For example, if they have a question, you can turn to them and say "why do you think that is". This will encourage questions, but will also get them to reason and come up with an answer.

Turn to The Tutoring Center, Bloomfield MI if your child requires assistance to reach their academic potential. Call (248) 432-7288 to request a free consultation.

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