All children have abilities of one sort or another, talent can appear in any form, but may need drawing out in order to shine and it’s a parent’s duty to tap and nurture a child’s natural gifts.
Mr. Ismail Shariff and Mrs. Syeda Saba, the parents of Ifra Shariff have been doing this work pretty well. She is the student of United International School in Class LKG. The family belongs from Bangalore. Ifra started modelling at the age of 4. Apart from modelling she loves dancing, drawing and painting.
ifra participated in IKFW season 7, she was the first runner up at Karnataka’s kids fashion show, she has also participated in YS international fashion show and won the title of Little princess of Karnataka. Ifra featured in little’s glow handwash add in Snapdeal and Blitz today Kiwi Food production popPuff
The parents of the five year old play a big role in her successes as they provided her with the opportunity to polish her talents as talents need openings to develop. If no opportunity arises for a skill to flourish, it may remain suppressed throughout a child’s formative years, after which it may be too late to develop it to its full potential.
Talking about how to help your kid to recognise and polish their skills, her parents say that praise and encouragement will go a long way to developing your child’s recognized talents. Let her know you’re proud of her abilities and show an interest in the subject of her passion whether or not you share it. Look out for opportunities for her to demonstrate her skills to friends and relatives; their support will reinforce yours. Her school teachers may be able to provide openings for her talents, too. But for serious development, you may need to invest in private tuition and other support such as courses, competitions and equipment.