It is no secret that at all times the person who spoke foreign languages was very successful. He had the opportunity to travel a lot, meet interesting people, read books in the original, get an excellent job, and with it good money. Therefore, it is not surprising that parents dream of a polyglot child.
Many parents are looking for the answer to the question of how to quickly learn a foreign language. And they also think at what age to start educating a child. Now many mothers and dad have a positive attitude to early developmental activities, where from 2-3 years old the baby develops such qualities as memory, thinking, imagination, concentration. And foreign languages in this series are no exception.
How to quickly learn a foreign language?
GETTING STARTED WITH BABY
If a baby hears foreign speech from the first days of life, this is very good. Most often this happens in families where spouses of different nationalities. Sometimes parents just learn the phrases “Good morning!”, “Good afternoon!” And “Good evening!” Continue reading
No matter what age a person reaches, he will always be haunted by fears from distant childhood. No matter how far we hide them in our subconscious, they will still affect our lives. The influence of children’s fears is very great, so parents need to do everything so that these phobias are as small as possible.
Each of us is afraid of something, and no matter how old we are. Fear is the natural state of an organism in anticipation of danger. An adult has all the strength and ability to overcome his phobias. But the child needs help to do this. Sometimes he does not understand what is happening. The task of parents is to relate to children’s fears correctly, to be able to overcome them and not themselves become a cause of anxiety and panic.
Children’s fear is a feeling of anxiety in a child under 16 years old. At each age, the baby is afraid of something special, inherent in exactly the age at which the child is now. Continue reading
Self-discipline is the development of a person’s inner qualities, thanks to which, by controlling current, momentary desires, one can set a goal and achieve it. Self-discipline is that important component of growing up and responsibility. She is responsible for both her and others’ actions. This is an understanding and competent setting of boundaries for oneself, during the passage of which a person moves in the direction he needs.
But she does not appear on her own. This is a skill that has been developing over the years. From an early age, when parents set any laws and rules of conduct, the child begins to learn self-discipline. It is noted that if the child is allowed to do everything and not even prohibit norms of behavior, then children grow up too spoiled, they value neither things nor people and rarely achieve high positions in society, because they are not used to working for the goal. It is important to learn to correctly establish these rules, then the upbringing of children’s self-discipline will move harmoniously. Why competently? Continue reading