How to raise a child

“SHOULD only child to feel loved and cherished and surrounded by a happy family, as it has become a powerful stimulus for the development of his brain.

The parent task is not to make a child Prodigy, but the fact that their child grew up healthy, sober, and decent,” said Peter Gorski, an employee of the medical faculty of Harvard University.

All parents want their children to become moral, caring and sensitive people. You can achieve this goal if we will try to set a good example, to be a friend, companion and teacher.

Although all children have an innate ability to do good and right, parents still need to constantly instill in them moral values.

Scientists disagree about who most affects the development of the child. According to some, his character is influenced by peers.

However, experts in the field of Pediatrics berry Brazelton and Stanley Greenspan emphasized that the sensitivity and responsiveness in children from an early age parents lay.

Further experience and peer influence are only additions to what is laid down in the child from the beginning.

It is important that the family was shown to the children compassion and understanding. Also it is important to teach them restraint characteristic of Mature people. Children receiving Continue reading

The Contact with the child

Sometimes that busy parents lose contact with the child. How can I recover it? Another frequent situation is that adults come together, form a family, men need to establish contact with the child from his first marriage. How?

Describe Your relationship at the moment.

What would You like to see your relationship with Your child?

What is your relationship with the child’s mother?

Those involved in raising the child?

How often and how much time spends with the child wife?

How often and how much time they spend with the child You?

What do You do with a child when spending time together?

Do You know the interests and Hobbies of Your child?

Do You know his favorite books, movies?

Do You know his friends?

Would You like Your child’s behavior was similar to You? – then take the process of education into their own hands. Continue reading

Tips for parents of fifth graders

For fifth-grader who comes to school on 1 September, everything is new. The transition of pupils from primary to secondary school coincides with a peculiar late childhood — stable period of development in a child’s life. Yesterday he was young, and tomorrow will be a solid fifth-grader. In fifth grade your child will find a new adulthood, a new system of instruction: the class teacher and subject teachers who teach new subjects in different rooms. Some fifth graders are proud to have grown up, and is quickly drawn into the learning process, while others experience changes in school life, and adapting to them is delayed. The successful adaptation of a younger teenager depends not only on its intellectual readiness, but also on how well he is able to build relationships and communicate with classmates and teachers, to comply with school rules, to be guided in new situations. In this period, children often change — anxious without any obvious reason, become timid, or, conversely, a cheeky, too much fuss. As a result the boys reduced efficiency, they become forgetful, disorganized, sometimes in children worsen sleep and appetite.Therefore, among the difficulties Continue reading

What to do when your child lies?
First, the child learns to speak, then he learns to speak the truth then to lie. And when this momentous event happens, parents can congratulate themselves - their child has…

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Tips for parents, questionnaire
I offer a recommendation for parents and a questionnaire for nutrition of pre-school children. The material will help to make the menu for the summer child in kindergarten and at…

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Recommendations for the education of children of preschool
In order to answer the question about the proper upbringing of her own child, as a parent, you are required to accurately establish what it means, before it becomes boring…

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