Answering questions about your kids grades
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Answering questions about your kids grades

Do not reveal grades to people whom you know have a tendency to judge kids based on their grades. Your child’s grades should only matter to you and your child.

Good grades means Alhamdulillah, by His mercy, the questions tested on what your child has learned and your child has managed to answer based on the teacher’s expectations.
Low grades means Alhamdulillah, Allah s.w.t is showing opportunities to learn from mistakes, so the next time, it won’t be so tough. And the chance of scoring better will be higher.
Low grades may also mean Allah s.w.t. showing your child a more meaningful path to explore, based on His beautiful plans.

In fact, kids should not be asking each other’s grades in school or even discussing about the exam/test questions after the exam/test. Such acts would be detrimental to their confidence/self-esteem and will bring more harm than good.

By: Muslim Motherhood SG

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