10 signs of a spoiled child!
  Many parents wonder: is it possible to spoil a baby at an early age? Sometimes, excessive love and care of the baby, can make him ordinary egoist. And, Yes…

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Methodology - Interaction parent – child
The technique is intended for diagnostics of interaction between parents and children. The questionnaire allows us to determine not only the evaluation of one party — the parents, but also…

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Parents and children


How much is written, much is said about the relationship between parents and children. And things are there. Many parents dissatisfied with their children, criticizing their actions and want to live life for them. In turn, the children silently hate their parents for interfering in their lives, for control and manipulation, scandals and reproaches.

And this situation has been continued for thousands of years and most likely appeared simultaneously with the emergence of mankind.

Of course, there are a few happy families, where between parents and children prevails respect and understanding. And I want to believe that most of these families. But in this article I would like to refer to it is destructive families. Families that do harm to normal and the free development of personality.

So, what kinds of relationships do happen in families.

1. Parents are tyrants. Parents try to completely subjugate the will of the children. They control their every move, every action. Of course, this is covered with talk of love and care. But love does not control and is not overwhelming. True love believes and supports, demanding nothing in return. And how many parents tried to convince themselves and others that they wish the child well, Continue reading

The effects on children

On the influence of the full moon on the body

The moon affects humans? Some are skeptical, others submit my life to the lunar calendar. Who is right?

Remember the school geography lessons, which taught that the tides in the seas and oceans are directly dependent on the phase of the moon. But man, as we know 80% water and this means that whether we like it or not, and the phases of the moon do have a certain impact on us. It manifests itself most acutely when the Earth satellite is in the phase of full moon.

People have long noticed that in this period, emotions are sharpened, the tides of joy or despair can arise suddenly, and the inexorable statistics show that the highest percentage of suicides occur at this time, as well as the exacerbation of various chronic diseases and primarily mental. No wonder the human imagination ascribes to increased activity at a time when there is a full moon, all sorts of undead: ghouls, ghouls, werewolves and witches.

Moon math

A lunar month consists of four phases: new moon, full moon . growing and waning moon. The first day of the moon marks the beginning of new moon. 7-8 lunar day of first quarter of the lunar month, full moon 14th and 17th day of the moon. Third quarter – 22 and 23 lunar days. Fourth quarter – the end of the lunar month.

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To Teach children attentive and eager to listen; using a variety of techniques to promote the formation of emotional relationships to a literary work


OBJECTIVE: to Teach children attentive and eager to listen; using a variety of techniques to promote the formation of an emotional relationship to the literary work.

MATERIAL: the book “tales from the taiga and tundra of the beasts and the birds” p. 5, cone.


Reading works.

Teacher: Tell us about how you met the Forest Sparrow with a Gray Mouse?

What blanks did for the winter Gray Mouse? (dried mushrooms butter, berries

cured and dried, the roots are sweet and sour, pine nuts oil, fragrant grass)

A division of the company: giving each other the lump and calling the words “mouse”, “Sparrow”.

Teacher: How has lived a Gray Mouse and the Forest Sparrow first half of winter? (Tales amused. Songs sang. Danced in the snow. Feasted every day and told each other sweet words)

Exercise “the perfect host” (Dramatization of the passage. To think of what sweet words they spoke to each other).

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