Children need to follow a routine to feel safe and calm in their environment. This routine establishes schedules, but also repetitive habits help to build an emotional balance that provides them with a very important mechanism for their education and for the construction of their personality.
When the good weather arrives we must consider one of the essential protagonists by nature, water. But do we know what are the benefits of playing with water? About all the abilities and skills that children can develop from water games is what we are going to talk about next.
My kids just want to buy and spend money, but they don't know how to earn it. They only know how to ask for it. Did you say this phrase? Have you at least thought about it? Is this your situation at home with the children? All parents want to teach and transmit to our children the effort and value of money, but many do not know how or where to start.
& 39; Mom, are pistachios healthy? & 39; I am so interested that my daughters follow a healthy and balanced diet and that they understand why there are things that should be eaten every day and others only once in a while, that questions like this are asked me every two by three. That's when I started to think, what if I tell the girls from time to time to cook as a family?
Do you know how many teeth a shark has? And how do they sleep? These are questions that children often ask about this mythical animal that often cause terror in movies. We help you to answer thanks to this video, where an expert will get us out of doubts. our site helps us uncover all the mysteries about the shark, the largest fish in the ocean.
On our site we know that summer vacations are to rest, to have a great time and also to review what has been learned throughout the course, including the values that parents and teachers try so hard to focus on. And it is that the most important thing is not only that the students learn a lot of mathematics or English, but that they are good people and in that, surely all the boys and girls get honors.
Teachers mark the lives of students, but also that of parents. There is a phrase I heard from a teacher of my daughter who has made me think a lot every year when my daughters face a new school year: & 39; When parents and school go hand in hand, the way for the child it's much simpler & 39 ;.
If you are looking for educational and playful activities for your children to review at home what they have learned at school, for example, during vacations or weekends, you have come to the right place. On our site, we bring you a few directed tasks specially designed for preschool or infant children.
Surprise is an emotion naturally linked to children, closely linked to innocence, to the ability to be impressed by the unexpected; it is like magic, a captivating illusion that fascinates and startles. Through surprise, educators or parents can motivate learning in them, and we must not forget the magical effect that surprise causes in the brain of children.
It only lasts a few seconds, because it quickly transforms into another new emotion. As it appears, it goes away, but surprise is very important for children's development and learning and, as parents, we have an obligation and a duty to keep it alive and nurture it. You want to know why? These are the 8 reasons why we should educate children in surprise.
Sometimes life turns upside down and forces us to adapt to new circumstances, some of them more complicated. However, there comes a time when everything returns to normal, although sometimes we have to talk about a new normal because nothing is ever the same again. This is what has happened with the quarantine and confinement due to coronavirus, which after reaching its end forces us to resume or recover the habits lost by children and by ourselves.
Astonishment and surprise are emotions that arise when we meet or something unexpected happens to us. In addition, they are two very important emotions for the development and learning of children. It is the mission of parents to educate children in surprise and amazement to stimulate their children's curiosity and desire to learn.
We live in a world in which few things amaze us; the older we get, the less surprises we get. There are few circumstances that surprise us (it is true that we have lived longer), but what about today's boys and girls? Do they show surprise in certain situations? Are they easily surprised?
It is increasingly clear to me: we are what our emotions mark. Now we are happy, and we eat the world, and the next day our sadness makes us hide and stay in a discreet position. Emotions, those turbulences that shake us like an earthquake or that embrace us transmitting calm and security, are to a large extent those that help us achieve our goals.
How does your child cope with difficulties, losses, or even illness? What does your child do in a situation of change, of fear? Do you know what it is to be resilient? A child who has had a traumatic and painful experience in early childhood can recover and overcome it through resilience.
Logic is the ability to arrive at a correct answer using the ability to think. A very important skill that we can stimulate in children through games and activities. Logic games have many benefits for children as it activates different areas of the brain, such as the ability to deduce, reason and think.
How many times have parents heard their children say: I'm bored! Parents can respond to this expression in two very different ways. On our site we tell you what these reactions can be and we tell you what is the most successful if our children complain of boredom. Because although it is not usually talked about much about it, it is good that children get bored from time to time, although we must find a balance between the lack of stimulation and overstimulation.
Today most children are overprotected, overstimulated, and uncreative. The reason? The problem with children today is that they are not bored, so it is important that parents leave room for boredom and that we do not intervene at all. Only in this way will they look for new things to fill that gap and arouse their curiosity.
The frenetic pace to which we subject children today is leaving them without strategies and without alternatives to solve those moments when nothing arouses their interest or attention, when they do not know what to do. You are leaving them with no choice in a state of apathy or disinterest caused by the feeling of not knowing what to do or having nothing to have fun with.
Does any small task sometimes turn into something difficult to get your children to do? How many times do you have to ask them to pick up their toys before sleeping? Many everyday situations such as brushing teeth, showering, cleaning the room, etc. If the correct habits have not been established, they can become an exhausting routine that robs you of a lot of energy.
What if monsters really existed? What if the monsters weren't green, blue or yellow or tall or short? What if they were invisible, but terribly destructive? There are emotional monsters, monsters that come disguised as anger, jealousy, or selfishness, that can destroy children without their realizing it, that subtly frighten them, that prevent them from maturing and learning.