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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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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 turning point, a transitional moment or, when it comes to growing up a child, is the next stage of development.
The transitional stage between preschool age and the first textbooks plays a very important role in the development of the child and its formation as an independent person. During this period, a certain misunderstanding between children and parents is characteristic, since during this particular stage the child begins to consciously adopt the features of parental behavior, try specific social roles. This, in turn, requires patience and emotional flexibility from parents. Moms and dads should know how to overcome the crisis of 7 years, what to do and how to cope with it. Continue reading
A greedy child is a parental problem. And it must be solved. But first you need to understand whether the baby’s greed is realized or, because of his age, he simply does not know what it is.
When the baby is only one year old, then there can be no talk of greed. The child only learned to talk, and there is no need to put pressure on him with moral principles.
At two years old, the child understands that there are his things, and there are strangers. He perceives toys, sweets, clothes as a continuation of his own “I”. The kid needs to inspire confidence that his things are only his, and no one can take them without permission. Continue reading