Soon­er or lat­er, par­ents are faced with the fact that the child has drawn some­thing on the wall­pa­per, or fur­ni­ture, it would seem that the child has a beau­ti­ful table, a beau­ti­ful album, but now he is drawn to the wall. Why is this hap­pen­ing? The fact is that while the child is small, he per­ceives the world in a ver­ti­cal plane (a fea­ture of the right side of the brain). There­fore, the ide­al option would be to give the child the oppor­tu­ni­ty to draw in ver­ti­cal space.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, in the mod­ern world, not every fam­i­ly can allo­cate a sep­a­rate room for a child, but it is impor­tant for par­ents to remem­ber that for nor­mal men­tal devel­op­ment, each child should have a per­son­al space from 3–4 years old. Each per­son should have a place where he would be calm, where he could think, and maybe even mourn. Very often, par­ents do not under­stand why the child becomes very irri­ta­ble and aggres­sive, and one of the rea­sons is that the child does not have his own seclud­ed “nook”.

The ide­al solu­tion would be a card­board house col­or­ing, which will allow the child to devel­op to the fullest, and save par­ents from unplanned repairs. It will become the very seclud­ed “cor­ner” where the baby can retire and feel safe. After all, it is then that the child’s imag­i­na­tion turns on, and the imag­i­na­tion of chil­dren has not only a cog­ni­tive and intel­lec­tu­al func­tion, but also a pro­tec­tive one, pro­tect­ing the child from exces­sive expe­ri­ences.

Thanks to this, the child will spend time not only fun, but also use­ful. And in this he will be helped by such ele­ments as: col­or­ing book, alpha­bet, num­bers, clock, mail­box.

The ben­e­fits of col­or­ing for chil­dren

Remem­ber the first “kala-mala” are a good ther­a­peu­tic and envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly method of reliev­ing emo­tion­al stress. And if par­ents praise, rejoice and hang the pic­ture in a promi­nent place, then this is also a plus for self-esteem.

As for col­or­ing pages, they can help your child find the pos­i­tive side of them­selves. For exam­ple, if the child con­sid­ers him­self bad, then offer to find an uncol­ored char­ac­ter that he liked, and you can col­or in every detail only after the child says some­thing good about him­self. Col­or­ing pages devel­op not only per­se­ver­ance, patience, atten­tion, imag­i­na­tion, but also have a ther­a­peu­tic effect — relax­ation.

Why write let­ters

All chil­dren love to receive let­ters — this is how you can teach them to read. For exam­ple, you can write him inter­est­ing lit­tle sto­ries in a let­ter from some hero. And of course, the child will want to write the answer. You can slow­ly, in print­ed cap­i­tal let­ters, write to the child what he dic­tates, and then invite him to write the text with his own hand. Such a game devel­ops fine motor skills, and also pre­pares the brush for writ­ing.

What is time

Com­pli­ance with the regime helps the child to get acquaint­ed with the con­cepts of morn­ing, day, evening, night. You can refer to the watch face when you put your baby to bed, for exam­ple: “See, the big hand on the top is at 12, and the small one is at 9 — it means it’s time for bed.” Hav­ing tak­en it into the habit, you will not even notice how one day your child will say: “Mom, the big arrow is upstairs, and the lit­tle one is down­stairs, it’s time to eat.” Also, chil­dren always notice changes in nature — the leaves have fall­en, snow lies, green grass has appeared. Describe the char­ac­ter­is­tics of each sea­son.

This is how easy and sim­ple the child will grad­u­al­ly dis­cov­er the whole world for him­self.

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