How to help your child tune in to school after the summer holidays.
Some gladly waited for the start of their studies to meet with classmates, while others were disappointed and come up with different reasons for not going to school. After all,…

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Children and parents, do you want to rest?
Family is not only a family bond, but also everyday work on the relationship of adults and children. And any work requires rest. On the Day of Family, Love and…

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The development of logic in children. Exercises and recommendations

The development of the logical thinking of a child is no less important than their mastering of reading, writing and speech skills. Logic for children is the basis of good intelligence, it helps to think extensively, analyze, reason, compare and draw conclusions. The formation of the logical skills of the child should be paid attention from an early age.

Thus, a small person will be able to better understand the world around us, to receive a harmonious and comprehensive development. In this article we will show you how to develop logical thinking in a child, provide exercises and recommendations on this topic. Continue reading

Good intentions ... Errors in education
As they grow up, each person realizes that life is not so cloudless. Other people's rudeness, unkind looks, offensive words, envy await the crumb at every turn, and so want…

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Nurture accuracy and diligence in the child
Have you ever wondered about how interconnected such concepts as raising a child in order and diligence? The answer to this question should be obvious: accuracy and diligence can be…

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Traveling with a child: what do parents need to know?
We decided on the first rest with the child? Or are you an experienced parent who knows all the wisdom of a great vacation spent with children at sea? And…

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Praise as an expression of love for a child
You praised the child, but the next time you completed an assignment, you noticed that the child didn’t perform it less efficiently or, worse, didn’t ignore the assignment. “What happened?”…

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