BASIS OF SELF-ASSESSMENT OF THE CHILD
How a person evaluates himself in a group of people, his pluses and minuses - all of this adds up to self-esteem, that is, an idea of ​​himself. At different…

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WALDORF METHODOLOGY
Waldorf technique is fully focused on the personality of each child. The basic principle of the presented pedagogy is the absence of strict methods and specially programmed classes. Such a…

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WHY CHILD GROWS PAMMERED?
A spoiled child is a misfortune in the family. But we must remember that children are not born greedy, impolite, rude, spoiled - this is how adults bring them up.…

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then argue that any

WHY CHILD GROWS PAMMERED?

A spoiled child is a misfortune in the family. But we must remember that children are not born greedy, impolite, rude, spoiled – this is how adults bring them up. After all, the kid gets to us clean and innocent, and only then we, as sculptors, sculpt a personality from him, instill different qualities, form a character. And when suddenly in the senior preschool age we realize that somewhere we took a step in the wrong direction in raising the baby, the question immediately arises of how to fix this. Therefore, mom and dad need to remember how not to spoil a child.

Signs of Pampering
To understand the features of your baby, you need to find out the signs of a spoiled child. Here are some of them.

Hysterics. A son or daughter constantly cries and stomps, demanding a new toy or sweets for dinner.
Demanding in food. The kid wants his mother specially for him to cook something special, he refuses to eat what is already ready.
Regular irritation. The child does not like everything that he has. Be it toys, clothes, books.
Hyperbolic greed. Children do not want to share anything with loved ones. Continue reading

BASIS OF SELF-ASSESSMENT OF THE CHILD
How a person evaluates himself in a group of people, his pluses and minuses - all of this adds up to self-esteem, that is, an idea of ​​himself. At different…

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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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LEARNING THE ART OF DISPUTE
“Do not argue with me!” - how often we say this phrase to a child. But it's not right. The ability to argue is an important skill worth teaching your…

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