For the first time faced with the lies of children, parents are asking a logical question: how do I teach my child to lie? Children lie makes us sincere bewilderment: after all, from an early age we teach our children that lying is bad! Why child began to lie? Do upbringing in vain? And most importantly – what to do now? Let’s see, what is a children’s lies: parent fiasco, bad peer influence, or simply a natural stage of growing up – and what should parents do in this situation.
Why do children lie?
First of all we should recall the definition of a lie is a deliberate distortion of the truth. A lie always conscious, so before you accuse the offspring of lying, you must be sure that he lied deliberately. The duty of parents is to distinguish when a child is lying, and when wrong. Lies are not necessarily lies in the words – silence may be no less false. To the question “who ate the candy?” — the kid answers: “did the cat” – or simply bashfully silent and looks away. Many parents believe that if the child did not utter a lie out loud, he wasn’t lying. This is not so. To can distort the truth in word and silence, and even action.
So, you have determined that the child is lying. Continue reading
To help parents in the upbringing of cultural behavior among children; to help them see their deficiencies in the process of education and to find ways of addressing them.
Participants: classroom teacher, parents, children, class, school psychologist.
The form of the . a round table.
Organization of parent meetings:
preparation of invitations for parents;
scenario development meeting;
prepare a memo to parents;
the organization of the exhibition of children’s drawings on the theme of ‘My family is at home”
“…the Years of learning in primary school – it is a period of moral, intellectual, emotional, physical, and aesthetic development”.
V. A. Sukhomlinsky
1. Introduction by a teacher.
Today we once again return to the conversation about the education of our children, so let’s open another page journal of oral ’s Parents and children”. We will lead a conversation about how to help our children become what we want to see them: smart, kind, helpful, Continue reading
We all learned that the teachers of the child are adults: parents, relatives, teachers in kindergarten, the teachers at the school. They all play a huge role in the socialization of the child. However, not so long ago it was noticed that the child’s peers: classmates in kindergarten, classmates at school, comrades in the yard are also a kind of educators of the child’s personality.
Usually adults perceive their peers of their children and their impact on the child is simply a fact.
That is, parents do not think much about how children raise each other.
Those who still think, in their own way relate to this. Some use it to make the child accustomed to the child’s team. As often happens with children, who never drove in kindergarten, and the year before school give there. Others, however, generally try to protect the child, for example, from street of communication. These children, as a rule, try to fill in useful activities.
Adults themselves pretty quickly forget their own child’s game. And don’t give out your child sitting in them. And the children begin to search for their games where parents can see them.
Thus, the children formed their own “subculture”. It has the features: Continue reading