Category Preschooler

Viral sore throat - how do you know and how to treat?
Preschooler

Viral sore throat - how do you know and how to treat?

A child's sore throat is a common condition that is the first sign of illness. Usually indicates viral pharyngitis. Less often, the discomfort is caused by bacteria growing in the throat, in few cases the reason for the discomfort is trivial - it results from irritation of the mucosa or drying it.

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Preschooler

Vacation proposition - books for preschoolers that teach

Stories for children teach us to distinguish between good and evil, shape positive attitudes, give courage and help us deal with basic fears. In an interesting way they convey knowledge, which we parents often ineptly try to instill in children in the form of bans and orders. They explain what threatens careless behavior and how to behave in difficult situations.
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Children's savoir vivre today and tomorrow

Savoir Vivre, good manners, Kindergarten, bon ton, personal culture. These are just a few terms for appropriate behavior and an extremely broad topic. We teach children basic "polite" phrases such as: thank you, please, I'm sorry, please or "bye-bye" from an early age, even months. Good morning and goodbye also belong to the group of such terms.
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Theater through the gates of the Imagination World

The theater of most people is associated with school trips "on reading". In a word, the association is simple - NUDA. Rarely, who had contact with the theater in childhood or went to the theater with their parents, being a child or teenager. This is our generation. How is today Has the lack of theater in our upbringing influenced who and what we are today?
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Difficult topic: death through the eyes of a child

Dorota: Death is a difficult subject, especially for a small child ... Joanna GiereĊ‚o: Death is a difficult topic for both children and adults. Children due to age have limitations of loss perception determined by the stage of development, while adults have numerous doubts regarding the initiation of children in the subject of death for fear of negative impact on children's development, from the need to protect the child from experiencing sadness and pain.
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Kindergarten or nursery closed during the summer holidays

Kindergartens, nurseries, and children's clubs are often closed during the holidays. The break is usually a month. Can a parent, then, during a break in the institution's work take care of a child with the right to care allowance? Yes and no. It all depends on the reason for the break in the work of the facility.
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"Fun with imagination" - train station and farm

Summer is the time we spend with great pleasure in the fresh air. It happens, however, that the weather is bad, we got sick or our heat is unbearable. How to wait this time? What to do child, when there is no TV, board games are already bored, the rest of the toys also do not arouse interest?
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"Did I draw nicely?", Something about praise ...

It will not surprise anyone to say that parents play an important role in building a child's self-esteem. What messages (verbal and non-verbal) a child receives from an adult influences the belief in how important, competent and valuable it is. That is why such a great role is attributed to the formulation of praise.
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Imagination games - musical instruments

Dear parents, I am giving you another challenge. It is not known from today how great influence on the development of our child, from conception music has. Not only soothes hyperactivity, but also educates his future taste, not only musical, sensitizes and is a source of great fun. So it's worth investing some time and kitchen leftovers to create a magic orchestra with your child.
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8 myths about tantrums in children

As parents, we derive knowledge from two sources. We compare how we were brought up with what the media and modern educational methods propagate. The result is that we often get lost in the jungle of all bans and orders, not knowing what to do and living very often under pressure and a great sense of guilt that we do not prove ourselves as parents.
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Imaginative games - recycled toys

The cult of beauty is ubiquitous. The adult world is saturated with cosmetics, exercises, clothes, programs that are meant to make us feel and look more beautiful. There are beliefs from all sides that only in a given product we will experience happiness. On the other hand, there is a lot of talk about tolerance for difference, both in terms of disability and appearance.
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Abrasions and injuries in children

When the child is in motion, he actively spends time with his parents or peers, there is no way to prevent falls and bruises. Wounds and abrasions are common in some homes. Especially in the summer and especially in children who are extremely curious about the world. That is why it is worth to prepare for them in terms of organization and supplement your home medicine cabinet in advance.
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We go to school / kindergarten - three proposals

When a child goes to school or kindergarten for the first time, it is a big event for the whole family. There are also such breakthrough moments later, when a few-year-old teenager changes the school he goes to. There are always quite strong emotions in such situations.
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Fun with imagination - board games, card games, other

When the world of computer games was, to put it mildly, poorly developed, Atari dominated with the immortal "Boulder Dash", the children reached for various games, diversifying their free time. In addition to outdoor games, board games dominated. Each of us has often built hotels, playing "Monopoly", or conquered further lands in "Magic and the Sword".
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Head lice in children - a problem to be cured

Many people associate head lice with poverty, poverty and dirt. Therefore, when their child is affected by this problem, they are ashamed to turn to a doctor or pharmacist for help. Meanwhile, head lice require treatment. You should seek help without guilt. A child can become infected with a parasite in a simple way while playing with other children, while hugging or touching heads.
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Imagination games - partial summary and extension

As experienced designers, I now suggest a real test. We will try to combine the elements learned so far and ways of creating folk, creatures, animals and furniture. Namely, we will create our own unique THEATER. We will also make other elements of school layette, decorations for our desk, table or children's room walls.
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What does a child have to be able to do before going to kindergarten?

Two-year-old children are often sent to kindergarten today. Contrary to what is sometimes thought, differences in development in the third and fourth year of life are not so great that they were to speak in a special way in favor of three-year-olds in kindergarten and to discredit younger children. A lot depends on individual predispositions and preparation for pre-school education.
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Poems that you can easily teach a preschooler

Reading books for preschoolers, it is often noticeable that children readily remember the details and then tell about them, imitating reading. A child at this age has a very good memory, so it's a good time to learn and remember short stories or poems. Learning a poem together is a great fun idea that builds parent-child relationships.
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Are adult cosmetics safe for children?

Children love to play the role of adults. Dad sneaks tools and moms kitchen utensils, often reach for toy bowls and containers, imitating a cooking parent and lay on the couch like a mom or dad, "read" a book. Girls want to use their mother's cosmetics, painting lips, eyes, nails.
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Painted finger

Children love to get dirty, and if they see a smiling mother's face that allows it, happiness is even greater. Running on puddles full of mud, smudging uneaten yogurt on the table are just examples of what children love to do. Such sticking, rubbing or smudging is not a mere childhood malice, but a desire to explore the surrounding world.
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