Seven points strength of children: Children have many different types and strengths, and sometimes these strengths are obvious and tangible, such as being good and good at drawing or playing sports, but at other times it may be difficult to notice some of the child’s strengths, especially those that are not concrete like being a good listener or working well in groups. Knowing your child’s strengths helps you develop them, and introducing your child to them also helps him gain self-confidence, especially if the child is suffering and struggling in their school.
Seven points strength of children
A list that helps you identify your child’s strengths
1. Strengths in his character
- Honest, trustworthy.
- Caring about others, and gentle.
- Helpful, helpful, helpful, and doer of good.
- He is serious about his work.
- Caring about the feelings of others.
2. Social strengths
- He accepts participation, exchanges roles, and is satisfied with bargaining.
- He tries to be a good conversation partner and does not interrupt others too much.
- Makes efforts to form and maintain friendships.
- A good listener.
- He loves to help and cares about the needs of others.
- Accepts differences in others.
- Ask for help when needed.
- He has his own ways of dealing with others when he is frustrated (for example, not hitting back).
- He knows when to go along with his group, and when to resist pressure from his group mates.
- Also, he takes personal responsibility for his actions (good and bad).
- He can redirect a negative situation into a positive one.
- Adults don’t argue when they tell him what to do.
- He tells the truth, and he can apologize when needed.
- Has a sense of humor.
3. Linguistic strengths
- He uses words to express his needs, desires, and ideas.
- Likes to talk to people.
- He participates in discussions at home, at school, and with his friends.
- He can change his tone of voice when telling a story or asking a question.
- It tells stories that have a clear beginning, middle, and end.
- Uses grammar appropriate for his age.
- He uses a lot of words and loves to learn new words.
- He loves to learn the words in songs.
- Likes to listen to stories.
- Can answer the “who,” “what,” “when,” “where,” “why,” and “how” questions in the conversation (or about a story).
Understands jokes, puns, and sarcasm.
4. Cultural strengths
- Can understand rhymes, and perform other tasks that involve understanding the sound structure of words.
- He loves to read or listen to someone who is reading to him.
- Looks for fun things to read like magazines and picture books.
- Some unfamiliar words can be spelled.
- He can easily recognize words by looking at them.
- Understands and uses written information (such as following written directions).
- Can remember details and retell stories after reading them.
- It can make predictions based on what has happened in the story so far.
- He can stop reading and go back to the sentence he stopped at.
- Can read in an expressive way, like the way an actor speaks on TV shows.
- He can learn some of the meanings of new words by looking at context or asking questions.
- Can relate reading material to personal experience.
5. Mathematics and Logic Strengths
- Has a strong sense of numbers, such as the ability to quickly compare groups of items and see which are bigger and which are smaller.
- Sees and understands patterns in nature and numbers.
- Remembers math facts quickly (eg 5 + 4 = 9).
- He could solve mental math problems in his head.
- Uses real-world maths concepts (such as cutting a recipe in half).
- Understands math terms used in speech problems.
- Solve puzzles and word problem games.
- Likes to play strategy games, such as chess.
- He loves taking things apart and figuring out how they work.
6. Strengths of study skills
- Understands goals, and knows how to set them.
- He can plan for the future.
- Also, he is always the one taking the initiative.
- He can ignore interruptions, and stay focused on his tasks.
- Can think of something in more than one way (flexible thinking).
- Remembers important information long enough to use it in some way (working memory).
- He knows how to organize his thoughts and other physical items such as his backpack.
- Follows rules and procedures well.
- Can keep track of time and stick to it.
- He can identify his feelings and try to control them.
- Able to stop himself and think carefully before making important decisions or choices.
- He learns from his mistakes and is able to solve problems.
- He knows very well how to stand up for himself, and ask for help from others.
- Also, he can work or play independently.
- He can work well alone, and at the same time, he can work in groups without facing any problems.
- He has a mentality that helps him develop his growth, and believes that his skills improve with effort and endurance.
7. Other strengths and talents
- It is characterized by creativity.
- He loves drawing and coloring.
- Also, he can dance, act, sing, or play an instrument.
- He can swim well, or do one of the other types of sports.
- Do yoga or meditate.
- Gentle with animals and/or younger children.
- People enjoy hearing him tell jokes or stories.
- He loves to participate in projects that serve the community, which is appropriate for his age, of course.
- He likes to solve problems he encounters in video games alone.