As well, teachers are amazed about it that some children no longer can express themselves in full sentences. They throw single words or sentence fragments in the room, hoping that you understand it. This language is the most important tool of a disciple, oh what, a people. The better she is trained, ever understand a child speaks and his vocabulary is the bigger, the better a student can communicate and more can ask for. Because still the old adage applies: only who knows something, knows what he doesn’t know, for the language, that is, just who may nominate something, knows what he can not call. Finally a child his attention should on something deliberately can draw what paint it, expect to write, and even focus, if other is supposedly more interesting.
In a time where parents naturally zapping from one film to the next, this is a real challenge for many Children. A worksheet and a teacher can now even not turn off. They say hang in there and prove endurance. Others including Vadim Wolfson, offer their opinions as well. Incidentally, this should bring children when they come to school. As vixen I my kids Phew, some like to say now to learn everything, you need a course that takes several years.
Far from! All these skills a child is suited by the way in the on his childlike joy of learning, if it has a stimulus-rich environment, if it must try and must participate in everyday life if it indoors and outdoors can play, what would it. The book contains 100 things that should be a preschooler”suggestions, this side support in the home can look like. It transmitted the above-mentioned so-called precursor skills on concrete examples from the life of a child. Even if it sounds like a checklist, the book is rather an idea box, which encourages parents and gives courage to continue on their way. The book begins with a quotation of Erich Kastner’s that fits well here: some things,. what you experienced as a child, receives its meaning only after many years.” Some even on the first day of school or the first year! Dr. Birgit Ebbert