All the heroes wear different colours of capes and the same applies to your little ones. Just like these heroes, every child has strengths and talents that can blossom once they are identified. Some strengths come naturally, while others take effort and practice to improve.

Here are some strength they could possess and how you can help them improve on them.

Social strengths are all about how your child interacts with others. Examples of social strengths include being a good listener, a good friend, being truthful, following rules, resisting peer pressure, respecting personal space, and comforting others. If your quite eagle-sighted to spot this, take these strong social skills and use them to help others, like by embracing a new student at school or helping a younger student with reading practice.

Children with language strengths are great communicators, both talking and listening. They are often captivating speakers, attentive listeners, humorous, and expressive. You can opt to encourage your child to sign up for a role in a school play, joining a choir, or even writing a play , song on their own or learn another language other than their original language.

Literacy strengths apply to reading and writing skills. Children with literacy strengths often have vivid imaginations, strong memories, advanced vocabularies, and love to read or write. Encourage your child’s love of reading by taking them to the library or getting them a subscription to their favourite magazine or comic book.


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