Childhood hobby - sign for future, fun for life
The core principle for education should be to define the natural talent of students, not push students to do what against their nature. But, How?
First line of education is your parents. If you will, if you can, you'd explore different aspects of your children, intellecual, hands-on, activity, social, etc.
I remember my childhood. My father got two clocks: one made in England (round face); the other, Germany (Retangle face), about the same size. Neither ran at the time. I laid out two newspapers on ground, disassembled two clocks, and put back together. During the process, I found the defected parts in either clock. I put good parts together in the German clock.
"Di, Da, Di, Da, Di, Da, ..., " That running clock sounded still vividly around my ears even now. So much peaceful - I's overjoy in seeing that ran!
Actually, I didn't let my parents know as I lived with my grandmother - she didn't say anthing when I broke two clocks to pieces in a pile on the ground. It's a path of scary - I didn't know if I could get them back! Gosh - I realized joy comes with scare! Dare to try out something you don't know, but expecting unpredictable, even dangerous, got lost somewhere in the wood.
I got a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations with clock made in England or clock made in Germany. When I's in England, I bought England clock as souvenir (for your soul). In Germany, I bought a German clock - you may call me
Now, you can shop for "No Dida Noise,Dual Time Clock,Eco-friendly Decibels Clock"; however, I like that Dida Noise sounding background when I read at night, a background that gives me the peace of mind, the memory of my childhood. Remember some old good time - heckuva almighty!
More specifically, you can be inspired by reading the following.
Hopefully, your child can come in handy to expose to and love some hobbies, to fix something else later. This aspect of your child – being both methodical, and curious – won't change over the years. thus, when aligning with their nature, learning is a long-lasting impact - the purpose of education.