#BlogchatterA2Z G what to and what not to teach your toddler

Let’s learn about the traits in G. G has a lot of good traits and let’s take a look the most important ones we need to concentrate.

What to teach

Generous – Being generous is the readiness to offer more . A person being generous would be selfless about offering. They would be willing to give and share unsparingly.

Generalist – Someone who is well versed in all fields. The knowledge and the skill they possess could be applied to all fields.

Grateful – Being grateful is being appreciative of receiving or for something done. It is a feeling of thankfullness for what is received.

Green thumbed – Someone who has excellent skills of gardening. Gardening I feel is a great hobby and a good stress reliever. My mom is green thumbed and I love her fascination towards plants and would love of my children take them over.

What not to teach

Gormless – Would mean lacking sense is behaving foolish. They usually don’t understand things well.

Graceless – This would describe a person with impolite behaviour. They behave in an awkward and uncoordinated manner.

Grumpy – Being grumpy is a person who is always ill-tempered and irritable. They always aren’t satisfied, unhappy and keep complaining .

Green-eyed – Someone who is jealous and envious. They are usually jealous of someone else’s success. Usually referred as a metaphor,green eyed monster.

23 Replies to “#BlogchatterA2Z G what to and what not to teach your toddler”

  1. again great listing of some wonderful traits starting from “G”. kids should learn the importance of being grateful.

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  2. Green Thumbed is a new term I came across this post. My father too is the one with a green thumb. I wish I could emulate him a little bit so that my kids could also learn some. A very well compiled list of life lessons for kids you are working on. All the best!

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  3. Gratitude, being generous and having a green thumb are great values and skills to learn and imbibe! I’d like to have a green thumb myself because I have this innate ability to kill even a cactus! 😀

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