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If you have small children, you probably suffer in the morning to be on time to school and to work. Among the child does not want to get up, especially because we did not want to sleep last night, does not want to take a shower, is a constant struggle to eat breakfast you need to go to school to learn.
Undoubtedly, it is important to establish a morning routine for your child, so that parents are not stressed during this time and you can start the day in calm, relaxed and happy.
Establishing a morning routine:
The important thing is to establish simple and consistent routines for the week and for the weekend. First of all we think about what we have to do in the morning, and what we leave for the night. Logically, breakfast and dress is something we have to do or yes in the morning, however, children can shower at night if they wish. Read the rest of this entry »
The play is the child’s language and toys are the words that express small, when a parent understands the game of your child, understand the child.
The play therapy and filial therapy is to train parents to use basic skills focused on the game, this maner building a closer bond and helping your child deal with difficult situations. Thus, throughout the sessions, the therapist works with the father and the father works after his small home.
If you’re dealing with some problem in the conduct of your child, find out what filial therapy, to have it as an alternative solution. Read the rest of this entry »
Research has proven that those who are praised more as children go on to become more successful adults. We all like to be told we’re doing a good job, but likewise we all need to learn to take constructive criticism on board in order to improve our performance. Praise is vital in teaching to encourage students to learn and move towards their goals. There have been numerous studies done over the last century exploring the phenomenon of learning by positive reinforcement. Most of the studies involved animals, but are still very applicable to children. The overwhelming findings from these studies was that if a behaviour was rewarded and another one wasn’t, the chances of the rewarded behaviour cropping up the next time around over the non-rewarded behaviour was much higher.
Teachers who impose a negative attitude upon their pupils are causing untold damage. A person who feels they are not achieving anything of value, no matter how hard they try, will eventually give up. Imagine that every time you completed a work project you were told you were useless and that the work was inferior? Eventually you would start to feel resentful and frustrated. Unfortunately, many teachers seem to think that this is a way to encourage children to work harder and achieve more. Actually, the opposite is true. By providing children with positive praise and encouragement (when deserved!) they will feel like they are making real progress, and strive to achieve more praise in the future.
Prior to attending school, praise at home and at nursery is vital for a child to develop. Whilst your child is at nursery, they’re learning a whole host of skills. They might not be learning academically, but they are learning social skills such as how to share toys, communication skills and how to relate to others. These are some of their first experiences in the world of education, and how nursery staff relate to the children is of utmost importance! Skills such as learning to tie shoelaces and get themselves dressed should be met with praise and gentle encouragement. This will ensure that children grow up to be confident and sure of themselves by the time they are ready to leave nursery and attend school.
For under-confident children, or those who aren’t being praised as often as you would like at school, home tuition can be the key. Having one-on-one contact with a tutor who will devote their time and attention to your child is a great way to make them feel important and like they are achieving what is expected of them. This boost to their confidence will help them in all areas of their life and ensure that they feel happier and more successful at school. Try an online tuition website to make sure that you find the perfect tutor for your child’s needs.
Praise is absolutely vital to ensure our children grow up to be happy, healthy, confident adults who have faith in their own abilities and know they can achieve their dreams.
The educational games for children allow parents to provide education and values while your kids have fun. They range from outdoor games, computer or desktop, which allow the development of children in the most important stages of their lives.
The importance of play in childhood education:
The abilities of the children are divided into four areas: physical skills, cognitive skills, emotional skills and social. The last two develop as children interact with others. In general, educational games are focused primarily on cognitive skills, but ideally also develop other skills.
The educational games make children learn because they are truly interested in doing. Therefore, the games are a good choice when a child does not like much around a theme. In addition, many games not only teach theoretical knowledge but also practical, developing specific skills and abilities. Read the rest of this entry »
The time when children begin to read is a very important stage and proper development will depend not only on the ability and commitment of the child itself, or teacher of kindergarten, but most of all the dedication and patience of parents to teach.
It is that most children learn to read at home, and although in the garden also do so, is essential to the help of their parents, and practice it throughout the day. It is for this that we will then leave 5 tips for parents who want to teach their children to read and do not know how to do it.
Teaching children to read is not a task as simple as teach something to an adult, requires concentration and engaging activities that motivate them to learn and fun to do and achieve. Read the rest of this entry »
According to the World Health Organization, the gifted child is one who has an IQ less than 30 points. In addition, other features that define the gifted are its high level of creativity and high level of commitment to tasks.
However, many people confuse the child with the child gifted or talented prodigy. They are different concepts as talented a child is very good at a particular subject as a child prodigy is someone who performs an activity which is not uncommon for their age.
The gifted child has a very high intellectual level so often highlighted in most of the tasks performed and has a special talent in various areas such as music, art or spatial organization. Read the rest of this entry »
Instilling the importance of friendship to our children translates into benefits for the future. It is a very important value that must be considered in the education of the younger members of the house.
We are social beings and as such we need to relate with other people. The friendship is a value that must be taken into account since we were small. Assumes disinterested affection towards others and share moments with others. It also represents boost learning and interrelationships based on agreements to live in harmony and respect for our friends with whom we have a loving relationship.
The children should know what the concept of being a good friend and what the keys to maintaining a good friendship are. They must know that a friend can be forever and if we want to preserve a friendship, it is essential to do their part. Read the rest of this entry »
Many mothers feel tense when it comes time to train their child to use the bathroom. This stress hampers the teaching of essential hygiene habit. How to train babies so the experience is positive and relaxing bath? Here are some tips to teach babies to use the potty.
How to train babies in toileting:
Before you start:
Before you start training your baby, do not leave it in the bathroom, unless necessary. The young tend to get into trouble there to tinker with their accessories. If an accident happens, then they will not see the bathroom as a safe and positive place.
Slowly take him to the bathroom and encourage him to learn this habit as older people, saying that when he grows up will also use this place as their parents. If other people at home, friends, older siblings, etc., make comments of praise: “hey, look who uses the bathroom, is a big boy now”. Read the rest of this entry »
The Christmas time means giving away toys to children of the house. The objective of toys is fun and entertains the child, but also can be didactic, educational and is a critical part of their intellectual and emotional development. If you give him a toy useful and fun at the same time, it is advisable that you consider several aspects such as your age and tastes.
The child can learn by playing, but beware, it is not appropriate to give him a toy that reminds you of being in class or with whom you can get bored if it’s too easy or conversely, very advanced. To choose the ideal educational toy should consider tastes and interests of children, their age and if that matches your educational level.
The bottom line is that the toy is safe, and it is therefore important to keep the CE marking means that it has passed the checks stipulated parliament. The age information appears in the toy box in many cases. The manufacturer’s recommendations can serve as a guide. Read the rest of this entry »
Is it time to remove the diapers of your child and do not know exactly how to do? This process requires some patience, in about a month your toddler will be able to go to the bathroom on your own whenever you need to relieve them.
Here we leave you with the step by step to remove the diapers and teach your child to use the bathroom, in a natural way:
In the first week, you should take your child to every two hours to pee. To make poop, respects schedules in which they are accustomed. Hold on to their side, unhurried, until they finish the task. When finished, clean the child view. Every time your child pee or poop in the bathroom, right “party”, sings and praises. Read the rest of this entry »