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Computer games for the little ones.

 

Discussion of games, toys, techniques, devoted several posts, even attached. But there is no discussion of computer games.

The son of a few months playing at the computer. Initially, the games were held my rigid censorship, then it was an omission, when it played in everything, himself, now, again, censorship is installed.

I thought, and this was confirmed by later observations, some games do more good than harm, of course, on the precondition that the computer is not a substitute for everyday leisure, festivals, games with their parents.

In my opinion, a computer game is a wonderful addition to our life (at home) when the child has the urge to act . but there is no opportunity to repeat the activity of the parent (e.g., mother sews on the sewing machine). The parent has no time clock to take the child with interesting games and tasks that call for perseverance, and interesting, for self-employment to the child of early age – very few (I almost never find them).

I tried to make a rough selection criteria games.

1. The complete absence of “nervousness” – all sorts of shouts, screams, the inadequate response of the characters Continue reading

Ways of preventing and addressing child stealing

 

Socio-economic instability of modern society exacerbates a number of problems of education of children. When faced with child stealing, many parents and teachers are experiencing a complex range of negative emotions: anger, shame, fear for the future of the child, a sense of helplessness. The causes of this phenomenon are often hidden, making it difficult to find the right pedagogical response to the act of the child.

Theft – this is criminal misappropriation and stealing someone else’s property, contrary to the law of morality and ethics.

Child theft is a frequent phenomenon, but carefully concealed as alcoholism and other “shameful” family secrets. In the minds of most adults firmly soldered two mythologies: the child is an innocent angel, and stealing – a sign of the criminal world. When a child is caught stealing, the parents usually feel completely confused. Experts believe that the only correct response to the theft does not exist – it depends on the reasons why a child steals.

Researchers identify social and psychological causes of child stealing. To social Continue reading

The Culture of behavior in children

 

Culture is a broad concept that reveals the essence of moral standards in relation to people, to nature, to work, to objects of material and spiritual culture and, of course, to himself.

The child is forced to learn a number of rules that are necessary for life in society. These rules are readily available to the child and gradually absorbed them in the process of communicating with other people in your child’s daily routine and become, over time, habits of behavior and skills. Not for nothing they say ” Sow a habit – reap a character “.

Parents and teachers should be aware of some peculiarities of pre-school age:

– Lack of skills and habits

– The inaccuracy of performance of rules of conduct

– Insufficient awareness of their actions

– Heritance

Foster a culture of behavior in children is needed with respect to adults . Children see that their parents care about them and will try to respond in kind, willingly fulfilling their requests, obeying them, will seek to please their actions.

The child needs to be able to support emotionally positive tone of communication with others, to use the words of courtesy. Let the child tries to behave so as not to disturb others and does not interrupt adult conversation, Continue reading

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