Observer children are children who by nature want to learn everything around them, like to feel they know something new in any area of life. Observer children are quieter than usual, but not because they do not know things but because they want to continue learning through this way of behaving. Ob
Observer children are children who by nature want to learn everything around them, like to feel they know something new in any area of life.
Observer children are quieter than usual, but not because they do not know things but because they want to continue learning through this way of behaving.
Observer children seem shy
When children observe, they are not only looking, they are analyzing what is happening around them to know new things. Shyness is something totally different, because when a child is shy he will be quiet, but not because he is observing what is happening around him, but because he is ashamed to speak in public or say something that could put him in a "risk" situation. for your comfort zone.
In observant children this is not the case, they do not care to say what they think, what's more, they prefer it. But before saying anything, they prefer to be sure that what they are saying is correct. Child observers are expert analysts
Observation is the most powerful learning tool so they will learn many things almost without being explained. They will learn from parents different types of behavior, they will analyze people just by looking at them, at school they will like to see the explanations of the teacher, it is likely that the subject they like most are those in which observation and experimentation are the protagonists , etc.
Observer children have great concentration
Thanks to their observation skills they can learn everything they propose because they will have learned or will know how to do it almost innately to concentrate. You can escape from the world, you can leave the distractions aside so you can concentrate on that thing that you are observing.
How to enhance the observation capacity of children
If your child is an observant child and you see that he enjoys learning, never doubt this capacity. Help him to understand all the information he receives and also help him to classify it, since all the information that he can receive from abroad can be very and very varied.
In addition, it is also very important to help the observer children (and everyone in general) to have their own criteria regarding the information they receive from abroad.
It is important that they also know how to filter that information, that they are able to observe it and have their own criteria, in this way they can learn to make their own decisions in the world that they observe and that surrounds them.