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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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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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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MELANCHOLIC – THIN NATURE

A person is born with a certain temperament, and it is impossible to remake it. When raising parents, parents should take into account the characteristics of their child so that it is easier for him to adapt in this world. The baby will not change – he was born as he is. Adults should adjust their education so that the personality is formed most harmoniously.

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHILD-MELANCHOLIK
What does a melancholic child look like? He is vulnerable, sensitive and indecisive, worried for any reason. This type of temperament has a weak neuropsychological organization, which means that the main motto in his upbringing is not to harm.

Melancholy people are gentle obedient children, they are so indecisive and non-initiative, that it is difficult for them to make new acquaintances, but if they make friends with someone, they will be great friends. Teachers at school call them distracted and inattentive – melancholic people cannot concentrate on the educational process, they quickly get tired and lose interest. Continue reading

WE COLLECT THE CHILD IN THE SCHOOL CORRECTLY!
One of the most frequently asked questions of parents is how to get a child to school? Parents whose children have been attending this educational institution for several years already…

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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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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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TEACH CHILDREN NOT TO HID EMOTIONS
Young children of two years old are not shy to express their feelings. When a baby laughs sincerely and fervently, even the most serious adult cannot hold back a smile.…

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