What to give a child for 3 years: ideas for joy
Not for nothing children of three years of age belong to the younger preschoolers. The child forms logical thinking and increases the level of understanding. Small and large motility continues…

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Memory games for children from birth to six years
Many parents want their children to be the smartest. To do this, they as early as possible teach them to read, count, write, etc. Of course, such aspiration and diligence…

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Games for children on the street in the winter - entertainment options
Winter is not a reason to spend your free time with your child exclusively at home. Interesting entertainment for children on the street can be organized in almost any weather.…

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Fairy tales – the use of children’s fairy tales for preschoolers

Even having matured, many people remember the stories of their favorite fairy tales that their parents read to them. Fairy tales like all children, without exception. However, they are not just fascinating stories that allow you to have a good time. According to psychologists, fairy tales are also very useful for children. Continue reading

Games for children on the street - how to take a child in warm weather
With the arrival of warm days, the child pours out into the street to frolic in plenty, play and spend time in the company of the same scamps. Summer weather…

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Hiccups in newborns - what to do
The emergence of a newborn hiccups scares parents, especially young. These worries are in vain, since the phenomenon is considered normal and does not bring discomfort to the baby. Hiccups…

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Games for children on the street - how to take a child in warm weather
With the arrival of warm days, the child pours out into the street to frolic in plenty, play and spend time in the company of the same scamps. Summer weather…

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Games to help children learn to read
Giving knowledge in the form of a game will help to make acquaintance with letters and words easy and effective. To make it easier for the child to learn to…

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