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When choosing a kindergarten, it is important not so much its geographical location as the pedagogical potential of the preschool institution. If you approach this issue not very responsibly, then in the future there may be disagreements and conflicts, and the child may not feel the full charm of the kindergarten period. We will tell you what to look for when meeting with a kindergarten and how to make the right choice.
Getting to know the kindergarten: what to look for?
If you want your child to go to kindergarten with pleasure, and classes in the group not only bring benefits, but also bring joy, then pay great attention to the choice of a preschool institution. Indeed, the comfort and success of your child directly depend on the professionalism of his teachers and the material and technical base of the educational organization. Continue reading
Today we will not discuss the benefits or harms of home education, but only make the most important emphasis on its difficulties. Knowing the possible difficulties will help you in the successful development of your child and will help to avoid possible conflicts and problems, as well as create a “comfort zone” for the baby.
The difficulties of home education
Sooner or later, each mother has to make an important decision: to give the baby to kindergarten or leave it at home under the supervision of grandparents (or nannies)? Of course, both options have both their adherents and irreconcilable opponents, each of which is prepared to defend its point of view reasonably. Continue reading
Today we suggest you talk about the psychologists of the kindergarten and consider in more detail what this specialist does.
What does a kindergarten psychologist do?
Some 20-30 years ago it was generally accepted in our country that only those people who have certain mental health problems turn to psychologists. And all because in the days of the Soviet Union, the townsfolk did not even suspect the existence of such a thing as a “psychologist”. In those days, people knew only about psychiatrists, and were terribly afraid of being “in the chair” with such a specialist. Continue reading