How to teach a child to work? Advice to parents about the labor education of children
▪ The attitude of the child to work to the greatest extent depends on the parents, from their personal example. If parents themselves are not very hardworking people and constantly sort out among themselves who should cook, clean and wash, and teach a small child to work as equals with age it will copy the behavior of their parents. And there are families where parents from morning to evening, busy work, to teach a child to work they don’t have enough time. However, children in early childhood with pleasure begin to help parents, shouldering their share of responsibility for the performance of work on the house. If parents teach one, and themselves act differently, then you should not hope that their child will grow up to be hardworking and independent person.
▪The older the child becomes, the more instructions it can execute. Parents should always encourage the child’s desire to help them. Already the three year old try to do everything themselves. Many people want to independently make the bed, get dressed, wash dishes or wash your clothes. Some parents at this stage of education are making a mistake, they didn’t Continue reading
L. Ron Hubbard
(source “Miracles for Breakfast” Ruth Minshull, p. 10)
What are the fears of the child. Where do they come from? How do we, parents, when different stages of a child’s life the nature of children’s fears are different. This is due to the child transitions to a higher level in its development. And, anyway, there is quite a capable system enabling the parent to be the surest method to respond to changes in the child’s behavior. This system is based primarily on typical age-related changes in children.
I want first of all to say about fear of children before, so they can stay simply ALONE WITH THEIR EXPERIENCES. This is the greatest and hardest burden for the baby. and for a teenager. A parent can learn about it, it started to communicate with the child about it. But all the drama is that it puts adults in a deadlock. Why? Because we mistakenly believe our role is to protect the child by simple exclusion fear of his life. However, does it help? Here is one story – a conversation Katie (she’s four years old) and her mom in the dressing room dance Studio:
Kate: Mom, let’s get going. There in the corner, you may receive a bogeyman.
(girl pointing finger in a far dark corner of the room)
Mom: Well, what’s the bogeyman! Barmalei does not happen. He only lives in a fairy tale.
Kate: Continue reading
When I only have a second daughter was born, the world just turned upside down. I didn’t know where to go, what to grab and how to manage everything. On hand were two screaming little kids (daughters the difference is 1.5 years old): one is a control freak, second, one’s teeth, the second my tummy hurts… she is not getting enough sleep, all superimposed, chores to do once. And against this background I started to get annoyed, to fall on the husband yelling at his elder daughter.
All this I endured two months. Then I realized, what I did was wrong and started to look for information, how to live with two small children. And came across the flylady forum where I found the first principle, which I loved, helped me overcome that period and learned a lot.
So, the first principle . Not done and can do . Now I never plan on spring cleaning for a few hours. If I have 10-15 minutes free, then I just take, for example, my floors. Or have 5 minutes – I’ll wash the kitchen sink.
As a result, I don’t have to force yourself. Imagine: it’s one thing when you have three hours to clean the house, do absolutely not want to. And quite another when between, just to switch from one activity to another. Fifteen minutes Continue reading