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How to develop independence in preschool children

 

 

The family grows the baby. How do you want us parents to become successful and happy. From early childhood we spare no expense or effort to develop his abilities. However, always achieve the expected result?

We must remember that any abilities or specific skills young children develop only in the interesting play activities.

The success of the child in different activities depends significantly on the development of his overall ability to act independently. Often, however, it is the development of the autonomy of the child is least concerned parents. And they are surprised to find that the child lags behind his peers, only when starting, for example, led him to kindergarten. With some children there is a lot of problems because they almost don’t know anything – they are used every moment of their life, from dressing and feeding, to walk and to establish contacts with other children provides adults.

These children just don’t have any experience of independent activity, and teachers have to teach them basic self-help skills and communication. Continue reading

Y. B. Gippenreiter To communicate with a child – Like?

The first edition of this book quickly sold out, which confirmed the great need of our readers in the acquisition of knowledge and practical skills to help you better communicate with children.

Admire the exceptional willingness of people to work seriously to create psychological well-being of their children and families, despite the economic upheavals and stresses of our modern life. Specialists of the “helping professions” — practical psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers and teachers — which now is growing fast become an indispensable part of this process.

The author was nice and important to receive wonderful feedback on the usefulness of books from different circles of readers — parents and teachers referred to professionals working with families and children, teachers, training of these professionals, and even (which was especially a pleasant surprise) by the teenagers.

The positive reception of the book was forced to continue to think over its contents: what else would be useful to include?

Some Continue reading

The Child after the divorce (a guide for survivors)

Divorce with children is always very tragic. Not always ready for it parents. But for children in General, divorce «sounds» like thunder from a clear sky… They don — egocentric, the whole world revolve around them alone and suddenly… all permanent and eternal crumbling…

The parents are no longer together. The child is very difficult to understand. How? Why? Issues not on age and experience of the baby…

Consequences of divorce for children

And in this hectic and whirlwind of divorce, the child decides that it’s his fault. He didn’t listen, he broke up his pants, he cried a lot and asked for a new toy…

Naive? Of course! But it is for our adult, grown wise life of the mind, and the baby my little brain could think. Especially if, God forbid, any of these events very «successfully» coincided with the departure of one parent (most often, of course, the Pope).

Older children may be angry at everyone and everything, to show regressive reactions, answer back to both parents, to be offended. Thus, they are taking revenge.

Taking revenge for the fact that their safe little world collapsed, went upside down. Children do not understand the meaning Continue reading

Because it is such a secret place the land of tears
Essay “"Because it is such a secret place the land of tears"" 1. Childlike. 2. Planetary travel. 3. Greatest mysteries of the soul. In his book, Antoine de Saint-Exupery reveals…

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How to teach your child to do crafts?
  To teach or not to teach? That is the question. What if the child is already 4 years old,and he doesn't know how to sculpt and creativity in General…

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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…

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