10 tricks to help educate the child
When children grow up, parents are ready to turn themselves inside out to explain to them how to tie shoelaces or how to distinguish colors. Smarty adults can only envy.
Before you are excellent examples that will be useful to many parents in educating and training their tomboy.
1. Take a colored cardboard and cut the small squares (8x8 cm). Also buy wooden clothespins and paint them in gouache in the same colors as cardboard. Now just show your baby how to match the color of the clothespins with the color of the squares.
2. Take a small cardboard and draw shoes or shoes on it. Using scissors, make holes on the painted shoes and pass the strings there. Now your child can take a piece of paper at any time and practice in tying shoelaces.
3. Turn the pieces of fruit into planets and arrange them as shown in the picture. And the child will be fed and the solar system will learn.
4. To make the child learn the alphabet faster, make an amusing mini primer for him that will always be at hand. Take 2 big buttons - this will be the cover of the book. From paper, cut a chain of circles the size of these buttons. On the pages you can write letters of the alphabet. Fold the chain with an accordion and glue the ends to the buttons - the primer is ready!
5. With the help of the children's constructor, you can easily and clearly explain the basic mathematical concepts and operations: for example, what is a part and a whole, what is a fraction.
6. You can build a lens from colored glasses to refract light. So you can learn not only the primary colors, but also their shades.
7. Take 2 balls, a candle, matches and water. Inflate the ball and hold it over the lit candle to show the children that the ball will burst from the fire. Then pour simple water from the tap into the second bead, tie it up and bring it back to the candle. It turns out that with water the ball calmly maintains the flame of a candle. Explain to the child that the water in the balloon absorbs the heat generated by the candle. Therefore, the ball itself will not burn and, therefore, will not burst.
8. Thanks to a vivid example, your child will more easily and quickly memorize the unit of measure of mass. Take bags, write on them weight (kilogram, pound, etc.) and put there rice. Ask your child to compare bags of rice.
9. A great way to arouse children's interest in both mathematics and creativity is to invite them to draw with numbers, complementing them with various lines. It's pretty easy, so even the smallest ones will cope with this task.
10. Visual tips on the clock, what and at what time you need to do, will help the kids to independently monitor the daily routine.