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Christmas crafts with clothespins for children

If you thought that the clothespins are only used for a simple task like hanging clothes, you are wrong, on our site we have found a new utility: making recycling Christmas crafts. We teach you how to make original and fun Christmas crafts with clothespins for children , and yes, using the same clips that you use to hang clothes.
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Healthy sleeping habits for children

So that our children wake up clear, wanting to do things, learn, play and & 39; have breakfast & 39; the day ... they need to get enough sleep at night and do it continuously. This joyful, bouncy, and energetic awakening is very characteristic of young children.
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The tenacity of the bird. Children's poem about effort

Parents must educate our children in values ​​to teach them to be better people every day. But for them to understand why they have to be responsible, sincere, kind, or hard-working, it is not enough to tell them. We suggest you teach children through stories, poems or fables, so that they really learn the importance of working and persevering in what one does to achieve results, we suggest that you read this children's poem about effort with your children: El tesón del birdie.
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Baby Signing. Benefits of Sign Language for Babies

In my work as a speech therapist in a Special Education center I meet children with significant language disorders, and one of the most effective ways to get them to understand and communicate in a functional way is the use of gestures that accompany their language and to ours. I will discuss the use of gestures in people with language disorders in another article so as not to extend too long.
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Educating children with threats to obey does not work

I have read somewhere that educating with threats or yelling is psychological violence. It sounds a bit strong but yes, it makes perfect sense, as long as it is an attitude that is repeated constantly. I believe that threats are that resource that parents use to get our children to obey when we lack other strategies.
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