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The Development of critical thinking in children.

Early childhood — a very short span in the life of a person. But during this time the child acquires significantly more than for the rest of his life. Many psychologists and educators believe that the most important is the age from birth to three years.

Famous Japanese specialist on early development Masaru Ibuka in his book “After three late” tells the story of how early life experiences affect the future destiny of man. The fastest leapfrog development occurs just at this time. But after three years the child continues to learn about the world. So the fact remains — all children of preschool age are unusually sensitive to all kinds of influences. If we do not notice the results of some impacts, this does not suggests that they are not. Preschoolers are ready to chat, learn new skills, develop existing abilities. The task of parents — to put them on the right path.

Visual-figurative thinking begins to emerge in children at the age of one and a half years and finally formed to five years. Using such thinking, the child is able to solve different tasks with real objects. This means that a child aged four to five Continue reading

The Right to communicate with the child

I will not describe the entire situation just want to know please tell me I want to sue the ex-husband to set up a schedule for communication with the child. What rights, and what rights I have, if he violates the schedule set by the court. And do you need any help from psychologists that after talking with his son, the child does not behave properly! Because rearing practices father really harm not only the psyche but the health of my son. Thanks in advance!!

The lawsuit is called “determination of the procedure of communication with the child”. But before something to formulate, apply visit to your guardianship. Usually there are quite sane ladies – the Council will always help.

Hello, I have a very difficult situation! I married a guy who has a daughter from a civil marriage. The girl like him as two drops of water. Her mother likes to drink, take a walk, often left her home alone to go somewhere with your “friends”. Lived in constant scandal, because she didn’t care about anyone but themselves. The girl grew very smart for her age, and her mother immediately took a dislike to the daughter, to the extent that would not allow her to take any sweets, Continue reading

The education of the child in a single-parent family

The education of the child in a single-parent family requires a special approach. The vast majority of these families are without fathers, so-called “maternal family”, although in recent years began to occur such families, where there is no mother. To a huge regret, the number of single-parent families is growing a lot of progression. Most of these families are formed as a result of divorce, Pope m mom, the emergence of nebracnyj children, the death of a parent. In the latter case, the child with the death of, say, the Pope remains a memory. About him often say older, usually idealized, view photos. And a child, growing up without a dad, constantly feels as though his presence. Moreover, if the family grow and the older children.

Another thing, when my parents divorced. Here take effect pejorative characteristics of the parent, whether mom or dad. In the family, if you recall, always in a negative color. And the child develops a complex. If it’s a girl, it gets used in each of the male gender to only see the negative. Subconsciously her childhood produced such quality as the rejection of men. If it’s a boy, then it may affect low self-esteem, they say, I had a bad father, then, and I’m the same. Very serious child feels Continue reading

The impact of divorce on children
Divorce at the present time - not an uncommon phenomenon. When parents can no longer be together: one person fell out of love, met another man, finally, do not get…

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School of adoptive parents
The school of adoptive parents (PDS) are courses of development of competencies for foster parents. The task of the School is to help adoptive parents understand their feelings and intentions;…

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The education of the child in a single-parent family
The education of the child in a single-parent family requires a special approach. The vast majority of these families are without fathers, so-called "maternal family", although in recent years began…

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