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An inquisitive child who asks questions is eager to learn more, has self-confidence, and is creative. To encourage your child to be more inquisitive and share their doubts with others, continue reading the post below.

How to Encourage Your Child to Ask Questions

  1. First of all, you should allow your child to be curious. Let them explore and learn more about the world around them. Being curious is the first step to asking questions.
  2. Children will shy away from asking questions and speaking out when they feel judged or made fun of. That's why you should make sure that there's a positive and safe environment where they can feel comfortable saying things.
  3. When you come face to face with something unfamiliar to you, you have questions. That's why you should try new things with your child, so they are more motivated to come up with and ask questions.
  4. Questions often need answers. If you want your child to learn and want to keep asking, you need to provide answers to the question they ask.
  5. Lastly, you can turn the tables and ask things to your child. This will help them put their thinking cap on. Plus, it will give them a chance to come up with an answer and learn how to approach different subjects by example.

Enroll your child in one-to-one tutoring in Philadelphia, PA, to help them answer all of their lingering academic questions. Call The Tutoring Center, Philadelphia, PA at (215) 595-2121 for more information or to get a free consultation.


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