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Formation and development

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Self-consciousness. The formation and development of self-consciousness

The first “I” uttered by a child in 2-3 years, testifies that in his mind formed self-consciousness. He began to perceive myself as a kind, yet vague in his mind the creature.

A creature that lives his life — their desires, needs and which IS NOT the same thing THAT surrounds him — it — he became the SUBJECT of relations with people and things around him.

What happens next with this “I” — the self-consciousness of personality, except for the natural crystallization, expansion, complexity, as a consequence of it, the child, the rapid development?

Self-consciousness — I or We?

Look what’s going on in the socialization process (humanization) of the child and, further, already an adult.

The society, in the face of parents, caregivers, peers and so on — all those with whom the child faces, begins not only to make the child Continue reading

Teach children to read

 

Game with offers

Children read sentences in very different terms. These terms depend on the age of the baby, and how long he has been reading, and from the intensity, regularity of practice. How do you determine the moment of the child’s readiness for reading suggestions? The most correct would be to start learning to read sentences after successful completion of the reading of the words of 3-8 letters. It is important that the child understood the meaning of the words.

Try to gradually introduce offers. Start with simple sentences, consisting of 2-3 words. If your child is already 5 years old, gradually increase the number of words to 6-8. If your baby is only 4 years, limit while the sentences of 2-3 words, longer sentences, he will easily learn to read later.

The article presents 13 games. Proposals appearing in these games, the approximate and do not require precise execution. You can find or make suggestions, but try to make suggestions on topics close to your child about animals, about toys, about the heroes of fairy tales, etc.

Remember to read the proposals for the child is much more difficult than reading words. So perhaps in the beginning is to reduce the time of training.

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OUR FAVORITE KIDS

 

Spoiled brat – spoiled by indulgence, sissy. And pampering is relevant to anyone with unwanted attention, pandering to all the desires and whims. That usually mean by spoiled? Put “spoiled” often imply a lack of manners. Meanwhile, in the interpretations, there is no word about “bad manners”. Indeed, emotional instability, whims, unwillingness to listen and hear parents, lack of autonomy, self-centeredness, inability to build relationships with other children – this is not a complete list of “symptoms” that can be called spoiled. If you look at this phenomenon broadly, we can say that spoiled children are children who have not set boundaries are. Such a child is difficult to fit into the game peers, safely pass showcase with toys or heed the words of the parents – the child has no relevant skills.

Thus, placed in one row concepts: the spoiling, pampering and rude. Accordingly, if given to the child too much attention, then definitely he will be spoiled. When building such a chain there is a substitution of concepts. What do you mean “unwanted attention”?

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