04. February 2016 · Comments Off on Preschool Kids · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Many parents would like to send this to kindergarten children, but not all take place. You're lucky – in the autumn I will start to drive you there. " When you go past kindergarten, is pleased to remind the child how lucky he is – in the fall or spring, he will come here. Tell family and friends in the presence of the baby on his luck, saying he was proud of her baby – because it was in kindergarten. And after a while your child is very proud to tell others about that soon he will go to kindergarten. Give details of the child on the regime of kindergarten: what, how and in what sequence he will do there. What more will your story – the calmer and more confident will feel your baby when going into kindergarten. Ask the kid, he remembered that he would do in the garden after a walk, where he will add your stuff, who will help him to undress, and that he would do after dinner.

By asking these questions, you can check, whether the child is well-remembered sequence. The kindergarten kids are usually scary unknown. When a child sees that the expected event is as it was previously 'promised' – he feels more confident. Talk to your child about the difficulties that may arise in his kindergarten. Speak to anyone in this case he can ask for help, and how he would do it.

For example: 'If you want to drink, go to your tutor and say,' I'm thirsty, 'and the teacher to pour you some water. If you want to use the bathroom, tell me about it educator '. Do not create a child the illusion that everything will be done on his first demand and the way he wants. Explain that the group will have many children, and sometimes he will have to wait their turn.

30. November 2015 · Comments Off on Geometry For Preschoolers · Categories: News · Tags: ,

In order for your child to confidently navigate the outside world, he should be able to distinguish objects on various grounds, including on the form. From early childhood, surrounded by a lot of baby items. Some of them are the same shape, the other – different. To read more click here: Gerald Weissmann, MD. In each age period the perception of children forms the subject has its own characteristics. Up to three years, children associated with a specific form attribute object. At the same kids perceive geometric figures as ordinary objects and give them the names of familiar objects for which these figures are similar. For example, a triangular prism are called roof house.

Up to three years, children are able to distinguish the sample only contrasting form of geometric shapes. At this age, children should be given the opportunity to perform different actions with the objects according to their form. It is necessary to offer kids a variety of games and exercises: “Rent a ball,” “Build a tower,” “Show me the same figure,” “Wonderful bag,” “Every figure – in his house.” Useful and fun for kids are playing with the details of construction and geometric design mosaic. In all these games, the child explores the geometric shapes tactile-motor way, building towers out of shape or to ride them, puts the figure at one another, put beside compares. Thus the child slowly learns the characteristics of geometric shapes. Children start wondering what the name of one or another figure.

Therefore, the adults in the course of these games should gently be called “names” of geometric shapes. To this end, the first stage should be used as usual for the children the names of objects (eg, “egg”) and common geometric terms (“ovaloid”). Moreover, the usual name must be “invented” by the child rather than imposed upon him adults. Children do not need to repeat the geometric terms for adults.