Children learn more by playing with teachers
Children up to age 4 who spend time choosing jokes and interacting with the teacher during games learn faster and faster than those who attend traditional classes, according to a University of California study. According to the survey, when children play with teachers, they are more likely to learn languages, develop motor skills, and get along with others.
About 2700 children were observed during the study, which was done in 11 public schools from United States. Researchers observed that children who were encouraged to choose their favorite playtime games throughout the day performed better in mathematics and were more likely to communicate than children who were taught from beginning to end by teachers. with the study, the first stage of the child's education, which lasts until approximately four years of age, is more efficient when it is stimulated to take an interest in learning. Affinity with academic subjects is developed from hobbies that make the child discover alone or with little help from the teacher.
The so-called "free-choice" method of education, in a limited teacher involvement in the learning process. The educator only comes into action when the child can not make progress on his own or when he asks for help.
Learning through play
Parents are also very important in the development process of children. Some playfulness with them can accelerate the physical and psychological development of children. Below we list five jokes that help the child develop creativity and playful coordination.
If you have space in the yard or in the garden, hide objects and go loosening clues for children to find them. It's like a treasure hunt and even worth a reward at the end. In the absence of a spacious yard, use the rooms of the house for play, taking care of the furniture and objects that break easily. 2. Building instruments:
does not need much. With a plastic bottle and handfuls of sand, you get a rattle. A strip of leather and a piece of wood yields a batuque. Then, just get into the rhythm of the party. 3. Model clay:
play makes dirt, but pleases children of all ages. You can make vases, cups and carriers. In addition to modeling, children love to paint creations. 4. Make kites:
the fun begins in choosing the roles and making the toy. Not enough, there's still the delight of plowing in the yard or in a park. 5. Target Shooting:
Select a target and, with those water spells, set up a championship. How about parents against children? One idea is to put aniline in the water to differentiate jets from one team and another.
A study published in the The Journal of Pediatrics found that breastfed children develop the brain faster, exhibiting better vocabulary and thinking performance than those who were not breastfed. The research was led by scientists from the UK's Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex in England.
Th European Journal of Public Health , suggests that breastfeeding as the baby feels need may favor the cognitive performance of infants. Researchers from the Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Essex and Oxford University in the United Kingdom, accessed data from 10,419 children born between 1990 and 1999> .
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