Online games that will impart good habits to children
The impact of online games on the behavior and development of children, especially on their social skills, is often a matter of concern for parents. However, scientists have made an…

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Special children - special attention and understanding of others
Autism, Angelman syndrome - just the beginning of the list of 40 diseases that make a person unattainable in this world. The unknown author owns the phrase that has become…

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to communicate with a teenager correctly so that everyone is happy. 7 rules for parents and children.
All parents have one common dream, so that the time has come faster when you can safely communicate with the teenager, discuss any issues and attend various events. However, many…

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What you need to know about children's camps
Summer camp is a program for children, which is held in the summer. One of the main objectives of the summer camps is the cultural and educational development of children.…

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Cons modern education

Today, life is changing rapidly. Our reality is already unlike the measured existence of our parents. Modern children get a completely different than we, education. On the one hand, this is good, but on the other hand, not very. Let’s try to figure out what worries us about the modern upbringing of parents, teachers and psychologists.

Consider the main disadvantages of modern education:

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A study on how holidays affect the development of children
We remember school summer holidays as a happy and carefree time when you can forget about school and enjoy freedom to the fullest. Scientists confirm: summer holidays are a great…

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How to raise a child with normal self-esteem
Modern mothers today devote much more time to babies than before. They play with children, use different teaching methods and buy educational toys. All this, of course, is beneficial 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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