A bright stroller was moving along the park’s alley towards us, ahead of which a baby walked – so pink and blue, smiling all over the world. Judging by the gait, he took few steps in his life and was terribly proud of himself. My two-year-old son, passing by, pushed him. The kid fell into the mud and cried loudly – this wonderful world was aggressive.
Is aggression a norm?
My son’s act terrified me and … confusion. The fact is that before this the problem was the opposite, on the contrary – when sand crumbled in the country at the dacha, cars were taken away and a shovel was tapped on the head, he stood and only looked perplexedly at the offender, and I – I suffered from the fact that my son not able to defend himself. Continue reading
How to psychologically prepare a child for school?
As experience shows, for successful schooling, in addition to the availability of specific knowledge, skills and abilities, a certain level of development of the ability to cognitive activity is necessary, that is, the child must have differentiated perception, be able to compare, generalize objects and phenomena, be able to analyze and synthesize the information received, be able to independently to draw conclusions. Therefore, in preparing for school, much attention should be paid to the development of cognitive interests, intellectual activity. Clear and correct representations of the child about the phenomena of nature and human society will facilitate his mastery of the school curriculum. Continue reading