Why do kids ask so many questions? But more importantly: Why do they stop?
I think they are so innocent and curious for everything as they are the sources of invention and timely their questions have to be responded respectively. And one of the reasons of stopping could be unanswered their questions.
Kids as questions because they are curious about the world. But in school there comes a point when they begin to be ridiculed for their questions because they are deemed "stupid" or "obvious." In order to avoid being "stupid" they stop asking questions.
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