HOW TO AVOID UNCERTAINTY AT SCHOOL
One of the problems that worries parents is the poor performance of their children. Others are reaching for it as a train: a poor attitude towards the teacher, poor behavior…

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DEVELOPING GAMES FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
Games for preschool children are of great importance in the development process. They form communication skills, improve figurative and logical thinking, educate the baby as a person. Games should not…

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MATERIAL ZUBREZHKA: BENEFITS OR HARM?
Literally repeating material many times in a row is one of the oldest teaching methods. Its roots go back to the 19th century. It was then that teachers forced the…

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HOW TO DO LESSONS WITH THE FIRST-CLASS MEMBER?

Sooner or later, every parent faces a system of modern education. But mothers and fathers forget that the current education is different from what it was before.

How to make your child begin to better analyze the information received and begin to reach for new knowledge?

Many parents consider their first grader to be a baby and prefer to control every step: they hang a kite over him during homework, make them rewrite the task cleanly, if there is even a small blot, they collect their briefcase themselves or check many times how the child did it.

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7 YEAR CRISIS AS ANOTHER DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT
We are used to taking the word “crisis” in a negative way. However, adhering to positive thinking, one can read the interpretation in a completely neutral sense. This is a…

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TRANSITIONAL AGE AT BOYS: WHAT DO PARENTS NEED TO KNOW?
The transitional age in boys is a unique period, as a result of which the child begins to clearly understand the main boundaries between themselves, their peers and peers. At…

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LITTLE CHILD AND POCKET MONEY
Do children need pocket money? This question is asked by every parent. The monetary sphere is one of the most important aspects of any person. From childhood, a child should…

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