kids. Sunday , February 19th , 2017 - 15:23:58 PM
1. Listen fully -- Open your heart, eyes, and ears so you can truly listen to how children think and feel about any given situation. The only way you can learn how to teach a child something new is to look for and listen to what they already know and how they feel with empathy. This will show respect for them, and they will experience being heard and known.
Additionally, it is important that parents use negative coaching situations as teaching moments and not as totally negative experiences. Explaining to kids that they will encounter many types of influence in their lives, and not all good ones, but that it is important that they show adults respect through it all is positive parenting.
I believe a well socialized blue and gold macaw will be, with the proper precautions and guidance easily introduced to any child. The key seems to be to do it slowly. Slowly enough the child has an opportunity to learn what, how, when, where and the why's about the bird as she goes along. That knowledge should breed, hopefully some interest in the child wanting to be buddies with the bird.
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