Growing with Fun with Mind Games
Each of us is born with billions of nerve cells in our brain that have not yet started to function. From birth, babies begin to gather the information they need and perceive the world. These nerve cells start to work by connecting to each other in the first years of life.
Being a “Good Enough” Parent
All parents want the best for their children and Although good parenting is of great importance for child development, sometimes the effort of being a "good" parent can become tiring and worrying.Just as the more we seek happiness, the further we get away from it, the better we try to be parents. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say we're getting away from that too. Maybe just being a “good enough” parent is enough.
Math is not a Boogeyman it is Earthling!
You want your child to be good with math, you're wondering what you can do for this, right? My first step is to turn to yourself and see how my attitude towards mathematics is. If you have negative feelings about mathematics, we recommend that you leave them aside and read the rest of the article.
2 Years Syndrome and Correct Approaches
The age of 2, which is a natural process of growth, is actually defined as a transition from infancy to childhood. 18-36 The 2-year-old syndrome, which is seen as the first step of children to individualization between months and months, brings some difficulties for both children and parents.
How the Art Sun Rises
Art is undoubtedly good for everyone. This pleasure, which some people take visually, some auditory, some tactile way, allows us to reveal ourselves while healing our souls. Now sit back and listen to this music with a tea/coffee: “Field - Evengy Ginko”
More than Fun: The Effect of Playing on Child Development
Game is much more than just entertainment when it comes to your child's health and development. What are the benefits for children?From hide-and-seek to hustle and bustle, from house to role-playing games, all kinds of games enrich your child's mind, body and life.
Learning by Play
Children accept play as a serious business and explore the world through play. Playing games is one of the most beautiful tools that support learning while contributing to the physical, social and mental development of children.
Parent-Child Secure Attachment and Play
Emotionally supporting the child, making him feel that he will be there for him and trying to understand it are among the things that can be done for secure attachment.