In the work of the kindergarten has its own challenges in the implementation of labor education: a significant portion of the adult labor is not in front of children. It is therefore necessary to find ways and forms of approach to the child labour of adults, working in kindergarten, strengthen its influence on the formation of children’s work habits, to learn the most effective example of the influence of the adult, and to outline the principles, form and content of adult labor performed at children, or jointly with them.
In resolving the question of a possible approximation to the children of staff working on the creation of an environment where children could use the life-giving examples of senior, is possible in various ways: bringing children to work adults, the approach of working adults to children, and, finally, joint activities for adults and children.
The first way is widely practiced in kindergarten is specially organized in the classroom to show the children of adult labor, supervision, group visits-kitchen, storage room, doctor’s office, etc. Children show cooking, washing clothes, tailoring Continue reading
” Mom, I’m scared! — with a shout and cry ran into the parent’s bedroom a little Pasha. Clinging to his mother’s breast, he babbled:
— There… dark… under the bed… terrible…
Mom put her son beside him, patted on the head, and he immediately fell asleep.
— Lisa, so not, — said in a whisper dad, Anatoly Vasiliev. — so You will want to grow up the son of a weakling and a rag. Nothing to appease his fears. Or do you want him to 18 years old slept with us in the same bed?
— what do you suggest? — offended Lisa. — to Lock him in the room — and let him cry into hysterics? You know, better to let the wuss and wuss than neurotic or schizophrenic.
— I Agree, this is also not an option. But then what to do?
— Go to sleep… Tomorrow go ask your mom. It is after all a teacher has worked all her life, have an understanding of child psychology.
The next day on a visit to Vasiliev came grandmother, Elena. After playing with his grandson and putting him for a NAP, she listened to the arguments of both parents, smiled and began her story. — Ah, youth, how I understand you. Because the problem of children’s fears faced by all parents, and my grandfather is no exception. Here Continue reading