How a child develops self-worth
Development of self-worth in a child
Children will develop self-worth from a very early age as they are able to solve problems and overcome obstacles in life. For example, giving your child a set of blocks and shapes to play with for basic puzzles and problem solving is going to boost their self-esteem. It doesn’t matter how long it takes for them to solve those puzzles and simple tasks, the moment they solve them, they are going to feel much better about themselves.
The sense of accomplishment is one that comes naturally to people. Infants express the happiness of accomplishing something with a smile or by clapping. What matters is that the child is able to experience this sense of accomplishment as often as possible. This allows the child to develop a strong sense of self-worth. That kind of growth gives the child the opportunity to grow with confidence and that is very important if they are going to become productive and efficient adults.