Posts Tagged ‘games for children’
According to the expert in games, Lawrence Cohen, “the game may be the long sought to bridge the emotional bond between parents and children. Playing with children is a way to enter the world of children in order to find the closeness, trust and connection”. It seems so accurate definition of the specialist, because when we play with our children, children turn to be emotionally, but with the wisdom of years.
Today, we bring ideas of games to stimulate emotional intelligence in children.
The game, an ally of parents:
Be that as adults are often difficult to find the time to play with our children. But also sometimes with just 10 minutes, make a difference.
Children must learn to manage difficult feelings: the fear, jealousy, humiliation, panic, anger, disappointment, etc., and release these emotions through play and physical activity, as thus discharged tension. The good news for you is that you too will free the tensions that you produce daily activities. Read the rest of this entry »
Doing sport is essential for everyone, but in stages of full development as children, the benefits are much more visible at both the physical and the emotional. Children who play sports tend to be stronger, healthier, and also friendly and sociable.
These skills are accessible to all, regardless of whether or not to include sports performance, as the children’s sports is not based on competition but preferably in the build camaraderie. Given this, there is no reason not to encourage youngsters to do any activity you have to move the body and interact with others.
Here we bring you a list of some of the benefits that sport generates in the lives of our children to see us thus encouraged to engage in the practice of a sport and thus we contribute to a healthier development and skills highlights. Read the rest of this entry »
The children develop as they wish to play and experiment with any object which is within reach, that is why we have created the toys to entertain and develop their skills. Here we tell you what toys are appropriate for their age.
The toys help develop the skills and abilities of our children, but not all of these are appropriate, because each toy is made for a child’s stated age.
The children under one year of age are explorers, curious about the objects around them. The requirements for these toys are: to be plastic, easy to grasp with your hands, preferably large. Sharps should not be, or have toxic materials, remember that children at this age are prone to any bacteria or toxic. Among them are: dolls, carts, push and pull toys. Read the rest of this entry »