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10 things to teach children about failure

How we move on and learn from failure is an important lesson for adults as it is for children. By preparing children to deal with failure in a healthy way we can discourage them from giving up and help them to see it as a natural process and part of success.

We look at failure and analyse what lessons we can teach students and children in this infographic on 10 things to teach children about failure.

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Improvement – teach your child that failure encourages improvement.

Problem solving – teach your child that failure helps us to solve problems more effectively.

Learning – teach your child that failure helps us to learn.

Character – teach your child that failure helps to build their character.

Courage – teach your child that failure makes us more courageous.

Thinking – teach your child that failure encourages thinking.

Resilience – teach your child that failure makes us more resilient.

Perseverance – teach your child that failure teaches us about the importance of hard work.

Experience – teach your child that failure is an important learning experience for us to go through.

Mistakes – teach your child that failure helps us to learn from our mistakes and improve for next time.

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