The Drawing that Talked. Picture bedtime story

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A minute for thinking

Think of something that you find really hard. How many times have you tried it? Sometimes we don't like some activity just because we are not good at it. Does it happens to you? How do you think you could change that?

Let's talk!

Talk to your child about one of your hard-won abilities that you are proud of. Explain her the importance of finding something that encourage and motivate us - such as the Talking Drawing- while we are in the process of learning a new skill. Tell her what your motivations were for the skill you mentioned earlier

Why don't you try this?

To strengthen her self-esteem and make your child firmly believe that "practice makes perfect", you both can learn to do something new and difficult. Your kid can learn whistling, biking or tying shoelaces. You can learn juggling, for instance (you can find how to in the internet). Your child will be extremely encouraged seeing you trying one time and another without giving up.

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Drawings by Jaime Espinar.