- Do you think parents should give kids challenges?
To create positive challenges for kids, parents should encourage children to improve their skills and face things outside of their comfort zone （舒适区）.Therefore, if a child is good at reading, or sports, or art then a parent should challenge them to read harder books or learn new skills. However, it is also important to challenge children to try new things that they are not comfortable with. This will prepare them for unexpected things that may happen later in life.
- What challenges do you think children might have to face up to?
The first challenges that children normally have to face up to is making friends and being independent. When a child enters school, they are at first challenged by not having their parents around, they must learn to be independent people and look after themselves. After that, many children find it a challenge to make friends and be part of a community. However, these are challenges which all children overcome, and it is important for their development.
- What is the most challenging thing for kids?
I think the most challenging thing for kids is probably school. A lot of kids find school very difficult and struggle to concentrate or focus within class. For a child, school can seem boring and hard, therefore a lot of kids struggle to do well in school. However, this is a positive challenge and one that most children face and overcome. As children get older, they start to enjoy school and no longer struggle to focus.
- Can parents reduce the challenges that kids have? why?
Parents can definitely reduce the challenges that kids have and it is important that they try to do so. There are many challenges which children face as they grow up, and often they can struggle to overcome them. Therefore, it is important that parents offer love and support for their children and are willing to help them with the challenges that they face. Often, all a child needs is the attention and support of their parents and then they can overcome the challenges that they face.