COLOURING, GAMES AND COMPETITIONS
Helping children to develop their concentration by offering them games, competitions and colouring adapted to their age.
Learning to draw
Drawing for children
Crafts from 3 to 12 years
RHYMES AND STORIES
Work on the child’s imagination
RIGHT OF THE CHILD
The Geneva Declaration on the Rights of the Child dates from 1924. The Declaration of the Rights of the Child was adopted in 1959.
The school coach accompanies the child in his schooling. He intervenes in the daily organisation, to help with homework, to gain self-confidence…
FOOD AND HEALTH
To feed a baby well, it is important to respect the food diversification. The first few months of a baby’s life should be milk-based.
NANNY OR BABY-SITTER
If the nanny and child are in contact several times a day, the baby-sitter takes care of the child occasionally.
As with human rights, children’s rights are fundamental human rights and guarantees.
Thanks to the study of child psychological development, many things can now be explained. In particular, the benchmarks that help specialists to better understand the different phases a child goes through from birth to age four.
- First smile at six weeks
- First nightmares at 9 months
- Oppositional phase at 18 months
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF A TANTRUM?
Certain situations often lead to a systematic crisis in children. For example, a tantrum before going to sleep. It is best to anticipate the tantrums in order to solve this problem.
HOW TO SURVIVE YOUR CHILD'S TANTRUMS?
THE ROLE OF PARENTS
Education is an essential part of the parents’ role. It is up to them to teach good values and habits to their offspring… They can also be helped by a nanny.
IDENTIFYING A TANTRUM
Tantrums are a normal part of a child’s development. They appear from 18 months onwards and last from a few minutes to more than an hour. In these cases, the child screams, bites, hits, throws objects…
The trick to overcoming the stress of children’s crises is to manage them better. Solutions vary depending on the source of the tension. Relieving tension after a long day at school by playing with your child, cuddling your child if he or she needs to be comforted…
Positive thinking can be used to treat anxiety and depression. Positive thinking is a powerful feeling that can be acquired by preventing the assimilation of negative thoughts.
TIPS FOR REDUCING CHILDREN'S ANGER
The first tip for reducing children’s anger is not to pay too much attention to tantrums. Many parents lose their temper in the face of their children’s mood swings. However, one of the first techniques is not to lose patience during children’s tantrums.
Another tip is to teach the child to express frustration in words. Youngsters who tend to throw things or hit during tantrums need to be quickly channelled. Start by explaining that they do not have to be violent, and if that does not work, they can be told that their actions can be punished with a lesson without hitting them.
Understanding your child
FIGHT AGAINST BULLYING AT SCHOOL
MOTIVATION AT SCHOOL
Motivation at school is one of the secrets of success. According to researchers, it is an indispensable element facilitating the learning process.
School phobia affects about 1-2% of children. This massive anxiety occurs when the child is about to go to school and does not stop until the child does not go.
Homework help is an accompaniment that is aimed at primary and secondary school pupils in order to master their lessons, be autonomous…
Enuresis or bedwetting occurs during a child’s sleep. A distinction is made between total, sparse, intermittent and episodic enuresis.
PEDAGOGICAL METHODS FOR THE CHILD
In order to encourage the child to learn, it is necessary to encourage his natural impulse, to use playful methods and to create a peaceful environment to help him better revise his lessons.