Children are curious from a very young age. It is something innate. It is the motor that encourages them to & 39; move & 39;, that provokes them and that stimulates them to have the necessary interest to learn. For that, and for much more, you should be happy to have a curious child; one of those kids who don't stop asking questions and exploring.
When we address learning disorders such as dyscalculia, we often focus on giving advice to parents and teachers who want to accompany and enhance the skills of these little ones. However, we never put ourselves in the shoes of themselves or their peers. And if you think about it, most of the time the child is with his friends, sharing an experience on a social network, shouting a goal from his team or devising new antics to brighten up his day to day.
On many occasions we hear that children must have a series of routines that will help them in their day-to-day development. But, what does that statement refer to and why are routines so necessary in the education of children? Let's know what habits are in childhood, what they are for and what is the best way to organize your baby's or child's day.
Dyscalculia is one of the most striking and challenging learning disorders in education. This is because mathematics is one of the most complex disciplines of learning because it is in itself very theoretical and hardly emotional for the context of a child or adolescent. That does not mean that we can together generate new strategies to accompany these young people in their condition.
& 34; This child has the makings of a leader & 34 ;, & 34; My son is very good at social relationships & 34 ;, & 34; My goodness, what a genius this kid has. We'll see what happens with the & 34; years. Since our children are small, parents analyze any behavior to try to find out how our princes and princesses will be when they grow up.
For me, calculating percentages has always been a hellish task that I did not wish on even my worst enemies. I admit that math has never been my thing, although I have come to find it fun to draw functions, divide numbers, or solve for X's in equations. But when the percentages came in, my knees were shaking, even if at first it seems like a minor task.
& 34; Mom, Dad, when is my birthday? & 34; or & 34; How long until I arrive on the weekend? & 34 ;. There are so many daily moments related to the calendar, that is, with the 7 days of the week and the 12 months of the year that, from our site, we have wanted to respond to one of the most frequent concerns in parents: how to teach the children the days of the week and the months of the years.
At birth, children are like a blank page on which they themselves write their lives thanks to the pens (tools and resources) that parents are putting on their way. Hence the importance of helping them develop aspects such as creativity and imagination from a very early age.
In my practice I have come across adolescents and children with dyslexia who do not enjoy learning. It is difficult for them to understand what is written and the disorder makes them have a hard time in front of books. For this reason, I propose 4 effective study techniques, some keys when it comes to helping children study, which will help all the little ones who suffer from this disorder.
& 34; Mom, what time do we eat? How long is it to get to town? & 34 ;. There are so many daily moments related to clock hours that parents face that, from our site, we wanted to respond to a very common need of parents: how to get children to learn clock hours, and that is that it is common to hear at school that parents formulate this query and even ask us for ideas or resources to help them.
The letters G and J, the seventh and tenth consonants of the alphabet, are not difficult a priori for children to learn, especially if they are preceded by the vowels A, O and U. The problem comes when we ask the child to write a word That it bears the G and the J and then E or I, there are doubts, or not so much!
On occasion, I have had to ask my son: what do you have the head for? A decision taken lightly, an impulsive solution to a problem that has brought bad consequences or doing something without having thought too much are the fundamental reasons why I have attracted their attention. Learning to use your head or to think before doing things is possible without stumbling twice on the same stone.
One of the first learning tasks that the little ones have to acquire and integrate in their school stage with respect to numbers are the multiplication tables, being very important and necessary as a basis for the subsequent beginning of calculation operations and problems of maths. At that time, it is common and understandable that many parents ask themselves: How can you learn the multiplication tables in a fun way?
When we speak of parenting in the jargon of families, we are referring to the act of caring for, feeding and educating our sons and daughters. These three actions imply a great responsibility towards our little ones and it is necessary to be aware of this and know how I want to take care of my little one, how I want to feed him and how I want to educate him.
February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a date that was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 with the aim of raising awareness and giving visibility to women who are part of this field as well as to bring girls closer to science, mathematics and technology, disciplines that occupy a good part of today's jobs and that continue to be oriented towards boys.
What is the first thing that comes to mind if I tell you EPL2R? You would probably think it was a riddle or a hieroglyph, but nothing like that! It is a famous learning technique that I want to talk to you about today. Perhaps you know it better as the Robinson method, so that children learn to study on their own at home.
One of the first learning tasks that the little ones have to acquire and integrate in their school stage is the alphabet, being very important and necessary as a basis for the subsequent start of reading and writing. And at that time, it is common and understandable that many parents ask themselves: & 34; How can I, from home and in a playful way, teach children the alphabet?
Every night the same routine: dinner, teeth, pee, water and ... the same story for the weeks I don't even remember! Does it happen to you too? Today I want to answer that question that parents ask ourselves almost every day: Why do children ask to read the same story every night? Reading stories is an activity that provides a lot of benefits for the development of the child and for the strengthening of the family bond between parents and children: it helps the development of their language, it is a means of transmitting values, it encourages the development of attention and memory can become a fun way to manage emotions.
How easy it would be to open a book and just by looking at it to be able to remember and memorize everything! Perhaps some privileged mind can do it, but for those who like me are not so lucky, there is the Palace of Memory, a technique that can help children learn easily and simply!
Mathematics problems can bring many children upside down, and that is when the barrier of adding and subtracting is passed and they start with multiplication and division or fractions, everything gets complicated. And if not that they tell an American child who, when in doubt about an equation, could not think of anything else than to call the emergency number in his country.Do you want to know what answer from the person who picked up the phone to help this kid with homework?
When does a child start talking? Although it is not possible to establish a specific moment, because each child has its development, the moment in which the child begins to express himself verbally can be fixed around the age of 2 until at 5 years of age he begins to be able to tell stories. process, parents can help stimulate language in children through games and activities.