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Raising strong children means teaching children to have confidence in themselves and in others, not to be afraid to express their ideas in a respectful and constructive way and to ask themselves in difficult moments of life: “how can I come out of this?”, “what strategies can I use?”. Here are the advice of psychologist Rosa Angela Fabio, author of the book “Positive parents, strong children”. Sometimes, observing our children, we fear that they are…

SCHOOL MOTIVATION IS A FUNDAMENTAL PREREQUISITE FOR SUCCESSFUL LEARNING. HOWEVER, IF MY CHILD DOES NOT WANT TO STUDY, HOW CAN I INTERVENE TO INCREASE IT? IF MY CHILD DOES NOT WANT TO STUDY, WHAT ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES TO INTERVENE? WE SEE IT TOGETHER! Today we will specifically analyze motivational factors and see them together: What is motivation; What are the variables that determine school motivation; What are the strategies that can be used…

Sleep is the most important problem for every parent and concerns children of all ages. From the little ones who often wake up at night to the older ones who refuse to go to sleep or who never want to leave you. Here are some tips, divided by age group, taken from the book “Sleeping through the night” by the American psychologist Jodi Mindell. Putting your baby to bed early and getting him to sleep…

The growth and development of the child are two closely linked phenomena, however they present differences that are worth clarifying, the first is expressed in the increase of weight and height of the baby, and the second refers to the maturation of the functions of the brain and other vital organs. Somatic, psychological and social maturation is what constitutes a child’s development. For the study and monitoring of a child’s growth and development, it can…

Working memory is a brain function essential for long-term memory and learning. While it was once thought that the capacity of each individual’s working memory was something they were simply born with, research in cognitive science and psychology shows that we can actually work on that memory to make it better and faster. According to Alan Baddeley, the British psychologist who popularized the concept, working memory is “a system that temporarily holds and manipulates information…

In her book Emilia proposes tracks and activities to help children with reading difficulties. These exercises or advice will help children to access the meaning of what they read, to free the mechanism of thought, to understand a text read, to develop the intelligence of the text. Facing Problem with your kids ability to read? Try Reading Head start Ebook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKCNqHEzLwQ 1. Have children read aloud Simple visualization does not directly convey meaning to the…

Memory is an active process; your child’s brain will not absorb the calendar, algebra or periodic table on its own. He will need to develop the memory skills that will help him internalize and remember the information he has learned. Fortunately, you can begin while your child is still young – still climbing into your lap during story time – and continue the learning adventure well into his school-age years when he is struggling with…

The problem when a child finishing Grade 1 still can’t read is common. Therefore, the first thing recommended for parents is not to get upset, not to panic and not to imagine the situation as extremely difficult. Calm down, you should start to understand the problem. There are several components here. Tips:If nothing helps, Reading Head start pdf will help your child to read, Give it a try! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZQun6pXFUU The first factor. Sometimes parents themselves…

10 verified reasons : We recommend you to try: Children Reading learning is a program created for children aged 2-7 years can quickly improve their reading and writing skills. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99sBluziPSQ 1. Write notes to your child more often. It is best to start with written instructions where the surprise is hidden. 2. Ask to read to you books that your child knows by heart. This will make it easier for him to demonstrate his skills. 3.…

About sixty percent of today’s first graders have trouble reading. And eight per cent of such children still have problems in the future. In modern science, this phenomenon is referred to by the term “dyslexia”. And if a child at 7 can not read, it is necessary to take measures. Reasons There are so many reasons why children at the age of seven cannot read. These are among them: – genetic predisposition; – abnormalities due…

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