Thematic meeting for parents on the topic of Our mistakes in the upbringing of children
  All parents raise their children to the best of my skill and understanding of life and rarely think about why, in certain situations, do so, and not otherwise. However,…

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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…

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Creative classes for children from one and a half years

 

As you know, many parents want to work with children, play educational games from birth (and someone even before). Learning to read through the cubes Zaitseva, “to swim before she could walk”, the teaching of English along with the Russian, the music from the cradle, and so forth. Montessori teacher Kaleikini Xenia will tell us about the creative activities with the baby .

“What is the significance of artistic activity for a child a year and a half?

Starting from infancy, the child shows interest in everything bright and colorful. So it will be interesting to explore the world through artistic activity . But when you first time to give still quite inept grips the brush, pencil, plasticine? Parents often think that these awkward fingers yet nothing can. Maybe he will stick it in your mouth? And if it gets dirty? And why he is all, he is still small!

Any psychologist and teacher will tell you that drawing, modeling – this is a necessary and useful method of early development. And it is better to start doing arts with one and a half years. You ask “How? After all, it’s too early?”. You can come to mind frightening thought: how to keep clothes, furniture and all the surrounding space from total staining of the apartment in as yet an unknown Continue reading

4 – B – class – tips for parents

Memo No. 1 for parents

“Preventing childhood aggression”

1. Try to keep in the family atmosphere of openness and trust.

2. Do not let your child unfulfilled promises, not inspire his soul with unrealistic expectations.

3. Do not put your child any kind had no conditions.

4. Be tactful in the manifestation of the impact on the child.

5. Don’t punish your child for something that you can do yourself.

7. Do not modify its requirements in relation to the child in favor of anything.

8. Do not blackmail the child their relationships with each other.

9. Don’t be afraid to share with the child about their feelings and weaknesses.

10. Do not put your relationship with your own child dependent on his academic success.

11. Remember that your child is clothed! Use it so that it was implemented in full.

Memo No. 2 for parents

“How to deal with an aggressive child?”

1. Ban, and even more “op” will only exacerbate the problem.

2. The sanction must comply with the act.

3. Do not allow yourself outbursts of aggression in the presence of a child, do not use harsh parenting techniques.

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Free consulting a child psychologist. How to improve memory child?

 

My son Misha 5 years. Just can’t understand why he was so hard to remember. He goes to kindergarten. During his life, I always talk to him, explain, teach what a child his age, his name, address. But then the teacher told me that he knows neither the country nor the city in which he lives. I started to ask him and was shocked. My question is “Your surname, name, patronymic?” put him in a deadlock. I said and asked him to repeat. Later asked again – a dead end. Forced to repeat 10 times. Again after a time he asked, he thought. And here for 2 weeks every day morning and night I ask my question, he sometimes gets confused and did not immediately respond. I’m in shock. And what will happen in school, where the need cramming. Poems and where necessary logic, he caught on fast. But English words are difficult for him and quickly forgotten. What to do? Tell me, how to improve memory. I’m scared for school.

The answer

Christina, in 5 years the child develops shape memory, well developed short-term, situational memory, i.e. the child is able to remember for a long Continue reading