Foster home
Introduction The theme of the foster family is not so close for the majority of citizens in everyday life, ordinary life, like many other subjects and whole sections of family law faced every day. In…

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The Education of habits in primary school children
Each person needs to acquire such habits that were his "friends" and not "enemies" to assist them to live and work, and not interfere in my life to not have to waste a lot of…

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The education of the child
Yesterday he was an angel, and today threw a fit in the middle of the store. Mother ready to cry? 't need. Your child becomes an independent individual. Help him! Two-year-old angrily tosses the toy…

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Adaptation of first-graders to school

Your first day of school first graders are looking forward and very excited, because they begin a new “adult” life. For parents beginning of school life is also a serious challenge and a cause for concern: whether their child cope with new responsibilities? How quickly he adapts to school? Parents worry not in vain: how will adapt to the school, depends not only further the academic progress of the child, but his whole future life.

How to help baby smoothly and painless transition from carefree childhood to new learning activities? This topic is covered in this article.

What parents can do to adapt to the school is successful?

In this difficult period, parents must support their child. Almost all kids really want to go to school, want to grow up, I want to be like their elders. In other words, initially all first graders the motivation for learning is very high. But when you begin daily classes at school, the child faces the first difficulties: instead of carefree entertainment – education, focused on results, instead of dynamic games – long lessons, during which you have to sit quietly. Because of such difficulties, the motivation for learning is significantly reduced, and most importantly for parents – from the earliest days in school Continue reading

The Education of habits in primary school children

Each person needs to acquire such habits that were his “friends” and not “enemies” to assist them to live and work, and not interfere in my life to not have to waste a lot of energy to deal with them.

This makes it clear that the task of teachers is to educate students good habits and the elimination of harmful. And to do it best in an earlier age, when the plasticity of the nervous system in children is still quite high. Child rearing is largely supposed to be the nurturing of good habits.

A. S. Makarenko wrote: “I admit that may be a point when the student will be correct, Soviet Patriotic views, but not brought up correctly by the Soviet habit. This is especially important when it comes to the upbringing of such qualities as patience, the ability to overcome a long period of difficulties, to take obstacles with a jerk, and pressure. No matter how much you created the right ideas about what to do, but if you don’t nurture habits to overcome a long period of difficulties, I have the right to say that nothing you have brought up. In short, I demand that the children’s lives was organized as the experience of raising a certain group of habits. ”

To develop habits need to repeat the action. But repetition Continue reading

Twenty thousand for a foster child

The problem can be solved if the family goes the money that is spent on the maintenance of orphanages

They decided not to complain and to ask for help, because they ’ s adoptive parents. In need of a priori children will not. They loved other people’s kids as a family and ready to warm children’s hearts. But desire is not enough, you need a strong material base. While state officials decide how to make children’s homes have closed, the adoptive parents know for sure if the family will go the amount that is spent on the maintenance of boarding schools, the need for them will disappear once and for all.

What orphans “fly” the state a lot of money, for anybody not a secret. According to the Ombudsman for children’s rights Pavel Astakhov, per child in the public institutions spent from 300 thousand to 1 million in a year, from 25 to 83 thousand a month. It is clear that this amount includes not only the content of the pupil, but also personnel costs, expensive repairs, etc.

“I came to the post of Commissioner for children’s rights, has travelled around the country, looked and gasped: what money is being spent!” – said the Ombudsman.

The human rights activist thinks: “it Continue reading