How to teach a child to independently perform the lessons. Councils of a famous psychologist.
If you don’t want to supervise the implementation of your student’s lessons before graduation, then you should make every effort from the first grades so that the child understands how…

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Causes of senseless lies in children
Children can be deceived when they are afraid that they will be scolded, or when they want to get something. But there is another kind of lie - “just like…

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We train attention at the child: a guide for curious parents

Attention – one of the most important human qualities, so necessary in order to select the necessary information for perception. Every second, the human brain needs to filter out really valuable information from millions of signals coming to it from the outside world.

And, if with adults with attention, as a rule, everything is in order (during the years of “training” the brain simply gets used to filter and select what is most important), then in children this mechanism is far from perfect. That is why the problem of the development of attention in a child is interested in any sensible parents. Continue reading

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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Children's fears: the causes of their appearance and methods of dealing with them.
Almost all children are afraid of something. Some fears appear closer to school age, while others already in the year are seriously afraid of something. Of course, all parents are…

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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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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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