6 RULES HOW TO BE THE BEST DAD FOR GIRLS
Many believe that only women should raise children. But there are always two involved in the appearance of the child. Therefore, both mom and dad must shoulder such a heavy…

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FATHER IS HUSBAND OF MY MOM
Many working parents complain that they do not have enough time to fully communicate with their children. Psychologists are sure - this is nothing more than excuses and adults simply…

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DOES PARENTS REQUIRE TO REACH A CHILDREN'S OBEDIENCE?
We adults often envy those with obedient children. Just think - they implicitly sit down for lessons, put their things in place, do not argue with parents at every step!…

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HOW TO GROW A SUCCESSFUL MAN

Raising a successful child is the desire of all mothers and fathers. All parents dream that their children will be healthy, happy and successful. But if everything is clear with the first two points, then how to determine whether a child is successful or not? For some parents, success is admission to a prestigious university, and for others, financial stability. Someone dreams that the child could just do what he likes without thinking about his daily bread.

This is not to say that parents who put school and work in the first place are right, and those who care exclusively about the spiritual comfort of the child are mistaken. Only you know your child and understand all his aspirations. And we know what needs to be done right now so that he enters into adulthood a confident and self-sufficient person. Continue reading

“SQUARE, FIVE!” OR WHAT IS THE BEST ASSESSMENT SYSTEM BETTER?

KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
An important part of the educational process is the knowledge assessment system. This is the basis for checking the quality of assimilation of the material. Overseas, 10-, 12-, and 100-point systems have long been introduced, although parents in the post-Soviet space are more familiar with the classic 5-point rating system. Since 2000, domestic educational institutions have been using a 12-point grading system.

What scale will allow a more complete assessment of knowledge? What to pay attention to when evaluating? What is the child’s reaction to evaluating their successes and what do evaluations mean for them? Continue reading

HOW TO INCREASE CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE AT SCHOOL WITHOUT SCANDALS AND NOTATIONS

If you, dear parents, have to spend time with your child doing homework every night, this article is for you.

Parents are nervous, children cry and refuse to do homework, go to school. Because of homework in the house, constant scandals. Familiar situation? We think that most of you have it. And I really want the perfect child to do everything himself, and dad and mom opened the diary in the evening and saw five there. How to improve school performance and how to make sure that you do not have to spend all your evenings and weekends on it? After all, opening a diary and looking in notebooks on various subjects, you see a completely different picture. Despite the fact that you invest a lot of time and energy in teaching a child. Continue reading

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ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO GROW PSYCHOLOGICALLY ADULTS
WHAT IS INFANTILISM? Infantilism is defined as the preservation of the characteristics inherent in childhood in the psyche and behavior of an adult. The term "infantilism" (infantilismus) itself came from…

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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…

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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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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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