5 Ways of Raising Kids to be Geniuses

Many parents are eager to give kids a jump start in life to success. And then there is pressure, test stress and overscheduling in trying to create  “geniuses”.

What does “Genius” mean?

The cultural term  “Genius”  does not have a  statistical definition.  ‘Gifted” people have the creative ability to make innovative impressions in the world.

It is possible that everyone has a potential to be able to work miracles. Intelligence is about stimulation. Parental influence plays a major role.  Tremendous achievements are possible and parents can play a major role in better grades and enthusiasm for learning.

The initial sparks of creating the Newton show was the aspiration to search for methods to make kids reach their highest potential for the utmost level of excellence. The aim was about reaching out to the key insights about spotting and developing talent in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM).

It was not an interest in just bright children.It was about nurturing talent, nurturing intellect and enhancing odds that would indefinitely make innovative changes in the world.

The gifted outweigh other in society with influence. A few examples are Terence Tao a pioneering mathematician, Mark Zuckerberg the creator of Facebook. the founder of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Innovators who advance science and technology, as well as culture, have unique cognitive abilities that were initially identified and supported in early years of life with enrichment programmes like the Newton Show

1. Talk

Ask questions and make the child reflect on his or her knowledge.  Make opinions they have matter. Do not be afraid to use words that may seem sophisticated. Even if they do not understand it, they will figure it out when used in context multiple times.

2. Read

Books and reading predict success in school. Reading stimulates the mind and builds knowledge. It is the foundation of learning that will enable kids to absorb as well as apply content in every area of maths and science as well as build vocabulary and comprehension.

3. Always Praise and Encourage

Kids need to be praised when they achieve.

4. Celebrate Curiosity

Preschoolers are curious and as kids grow they may lose curiosity. Always keep them excited and honein on  all that interests them. Talk to them about their activities and interests.

5. Seize Every Teachable Moment

Always ask questions and encourage observations. Build math and vocabulary skill in everyday tasks like shopping. Make kids compare prices and sizes

Always be involved in their self-discovery journey. Get to know what drives their personal genius. Make your kid happy and confident, loved and be the best that they can be.