Don’t get angry if you see your children mess

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After a tiring working day, when coming home to see children messing up toys and clothes in every corner, there must be many parents who are angry and annoyed and punish their children. But do not be angry with moms because according to scientific research by a famous professor at Harvard University (USA), the more messy the child is, the smarter the child will be.

Specifically, professor of child psychology at Harvard University Richard Clarke Cabot shared after many years of research: “The cluttered the house, the higher the ability of children to explore. Today, children with such traits have great potential in the future. Especially when children often mess up the following 3 places, parents do not need to worry too much, because this proves it is a smart child.

1. The largest room at home

That children are messing around in the largest room at home is proving that your child is not shy about being afraid of a large space, but on the contrary, he is also interested in exploring the world around him. If you always take care to clean the things your children are messing around, you are indirectly blocking your child’s thinking and creativity. So let your children freely explore the world around them along with teaching them to consciously clean up after playing.

2. Bedrooms

If your child often uses pillows as a horse to ride, blanket as a cape, or spreads a blanket to make a small tent, praise him that “How interesting” and respond, it is best to join in the game to avoid work. You have to play alone. When your child has these ideas, it proves that he has a very good imagination, not only that he also possesses an extrovert and active personality.

3. Child’s own table

From 6 months to 3 years old is the stage when a child’s brain develops fastest. The equivalent of 80% of the development of the brain in the adult population. So the colorful and attractive things like toys, books, learning tools when touched by children stimulate their desire to explore and learn about the world around them.

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