All works are good - choose to taste!
For many years, the lines from Mayakovsky’s poem were very popular among teachers, parents, and students facing a choice of life path. Today, the answers to these questions have become…

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Readiness for school (part 1)
"Hooray! Soon to school! ”So I want this slogan to pay off, and the child would love to go to school and do homework with interest, be successful and get…

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The development of the emotional sphere of the child by art therapy
Many parents, unfortunately, face the problem of emotional imbalance in their children. What are the causes of childhood fears, anxiety and insecurity? How to deal with manifestations of aggression? How…

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How to grow a successful person?

How often do we parents think about what we can give our children? It would seem that everything is obvious – good living conditions, proper nutrition, decent education … But is this enough for our child to grow up successful? We cannot determine the future of our child for him. Even if we make every effort to provide it financially, buy an apartment, provide a solid bank account, we cannot be sure that he will be happy in adulthood. We cannot put a material straw for all occasions, but we can help him grow into a successful person. Let’s see who can be considered successful? Rich man? A famous actor? Great athlete? Psychologist Nadezhda Vladislavova writes: “A successful person greets every morning with joy, he wants to wake up, live, work, love. If someone wakes up without pleasure, he might need to think: what am I doing wrong and what can I do right now to change this. Continue reading

The psychological readiness of children to study at school (part 2)

More complicated is the situation with cognitive activity. It takes time before the requirements for the child on the part of the adult, his program (to give knowledge for the future, for the future) will turn into a child’s own program. The rudiments of this ability are already being formed at an older preschool age. But these are only the beginnings; at 6-7 years, they still do not reach full development. Adults should not forget about this feature of 6-year-olds, observe the gradualness in demanding, take into account the opportunities, interests, needs of children of this age.

It should be borne in mind that a distinctive feature of volitional regulation of preschoolers’ behavior is the unity of the motivational and operational sides, that is, the child’s characteristic attitude to difficulties and his typical ways of overcoming them. Continue reading

Teens and parents (part 1)
It seems to me that for no generation the task of educating adolescents has not been as difficult as it is today. Many of the parents I meet in counseling…

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7 MOST ANNOYING CHILDREN FOR Parenting
Many mothers will agree with the statement that raising children is hard work. Apparently, this is why others give advice on raising children - in order to facilitate her mother's…

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Tale to the rescue (part 3)
am a storyteller Psychologist Natalya Katsevich advises parents to read, for example, fairy tales A.V. Miklyaeva, “We Are Not Afraid of the Gray Wolf” P.V. Rumyantseva, “Path to your Self”…

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The psychological readiness of children to study at school (part 1)
The psychological readiness of the child for schooling is one of the most important results of mental development during the period of preschool childhood. The components of children's readiness to…

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