Classes for toddlers from 1, 5 to 3
  The first three years of life – the time of disclosure to the enormous potential of a child, creativity, imagination, fantasy. Practice shows that the minimum of the learning…

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Sex-Role education
  Purpose: to help parents to understand the importance of the problem of sexual education of children and the role of the family in this work; to acquaint with the…

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Teach children to read books

 

The young student, eagerly reading the book and asking to give him another armful of adventure — that’s the dream of every parent! However, in most cases, the picture is quite different. Every evening, the mother asks her child to read at least one page of a fairy tale — child fiercely resists and does everything not only to read and not even to see with your own eyes these books. Why is this happening?

Today’s children are too much passionate about computer games and watching TV. Moreover, parents often go on about their child, allowing them to sit in three years for a computer monitor and watching for hours children’s channels on TV. Also for some reason, many parents begin to sigh about the child, loveless books, only after five years, and before that reading, as a mandatory component of children’s mental development, is not considered.

Mostly parents always believe that to read a couple of bedtime stories is enough for a baby to love reading. However actually just read a couple of times a day little, one also has to know how to lose before the eyes of the child all actions of the tale. Read the tale “little Red riding hood” – show your child the Wolf, little Red riding Hood, the Hunter. Continue reading

Women’s “Indian Kingdom”

 

 

Can today’s children to empathize, to respond emotionally to the experience of the other? Unfortunately, the corrosive impact of our television has done its job: the children hard to get up mentally in the place of another person, experiencing some feelings. Scenes of violence led to the fact that children were not sensitive to the pain of another person.

Although children usually stronger empathize than adults, but it is more common in pre-school, early age. Adult touches like 2-3 year old toddlers can chorus to cry because one of them “Bobo”, the surprising insensitivity of 7-year-old boys tormenting a cat with kittens, and affects the cruelty of girls 15 years of age, to death pocketing his classmate. But, after all, they are not born, they have no aggression at age one! Where’s it come from? Yes, I understand that no mother, no father teaches the child to do evil, bad things. But good teaching is not many. At preschool age want parents to understand clearly – aggression often manifests as protection, due to emotional instability. The child at this age is still difficult to understand our complicated adult world of human Continue reading

The Child does not want to school: how to interest the preschooler school

This year your child will become a schoolboy . You as a mother overcomes many of the parent concerns: “Like him in school?”, “Will they be able to learn well?”, “Would it not be to overwork?”, etc. And the child… does not want to school . Why so happens and is it possible to create for the child a positive image of the school . so he began to dream about his first call, and not to be afraid of him? Tell the site “Beautiful and Successful”!

Why the child may not want to go to school?

Generally most kids wanted to become students . But if not, don’t despair – there’s still time to solve the problem “the child does not want to school”! And to start is to understand why this problem actually arose ?

The most common, according to reasons:

The school as a “horror story”. “Threats to school” is often used by preschool teachers in kindergarten and even, without noticing it, parents! Naughty kid say, “Well in school you will not allow this!”, “This is me “on the ears stand”, and the teachers that you just will not despise!”, “Going into school, they will know what real discipline, quickly cease to indulge!”, Continue reading