T being the 20th alphabet has traits from being thankful and tolerant to being timid and tough to handle. No matter what they learn on their own some practices must begin being taught at home. Let’s take a look at what to and what not to teach in T.
What to teach
Thankful – A person when termed thankful is being genuine to express gratitude. It’s an expression of being pleased and relieved. It is a positive trait and could be practiced at home starting from being thankful for the little things around us.
Thoughtful – A person is termed as being thoughtful when they are considerate about others. It could be like caring for the welfare or offering to help others. Such people make the world a better place to live.
Tolerant – A person is termed to being tolerant when they accept people who are different from them and adjust to situations where they aren’t comfortable. They are usually broadminded. They show strength that they can live with other people’s differences and perspectives.
Trustworthy – A person is termed to be trustworthy when they could be relied upon and are honest. They are responsible and say only what they are capable of doing. It is the most important trait that helps in building strong relationships.
Tactful – A person who owns skills and strengths to handle and make decisions. They are sensitive and not rude. They criticise without hurting the other person. They put forward their thoughts in such a way that they empathic others.
What not to teach
Timid – Being timid is when a person is shy to express their thoughts. They usually lack the courage and confidence to express. It is very easy to get them frightened. Such people have low self esteem and feel inferior.
Tyrannical– A person is termed to be tyrannical when they control and exercise their power in a cruel way. Being tyrannical- is evil and not a good behaviour.
Troublesome – A person is termed to be troublesome when they cause annoyance or being disliked by others. They usually cause problems or difficulties for others.
Trickster – A person is termed trickster when they cheat or deceive people. They play tricks and usually exhibit rule breaking. They are clever and get what they want usually.
Tameless – A person who cannot be tamed and are usually arrogant. They cannot be controlled and usually do not listen when being adviced or given opinions.
Do let me know if you have any more traits in mind please feel free to include in comments. See you tomorrow with traits in U.
14 Replies to “#BlogchatterA2Z T what to and what not to teach your toddler”
A very sought after list for the words with T
Thank you Shubra
Thankful suddenly became so important in the present times when we really thanked God for being kind to us. All words are so important to be a good human being. Thanks for sharing
Absolutely some traits here are much relatable to current situation
Trustworthy and trusting are also important qualities to instil in addition to the ones mentioned by you.
Yes they are Norr
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Thankfulness must be taught as early as possible. To be thankful to God and also people around us.
Timid and tyrannical are really aweful words, never want these words reflect in my kids
That’s so true
Thanking the almighty should be taught to kids as a first thing. Prayers are important. Great words picked by you.
Thank you Ujwal
I so agree with your list buddy above all he must learn to be trustworthy and avoid being a tyrant
Thank you Roma