Tales of a Best Friend
If you're waiting in a room with magazines, play Tales of a Best Friend. See which pictures will catch your child’s attention - with a picture of a person or…

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How to take a child on the road
In order to interest the child, get new interesting little things in front of the road: miniature cardboard books, small soft toys, magnets, a small drawing board, multi-colored pens, etc.…

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Chocolate Museums
Chocolate Museum in Bruges The Belgian town of Bruges is a sweet tooth paradise: masterpieces of pastry chefs are exhibited at the ChocoStory Museum. Here you can find out that…

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The meaning of this game is to search for common characteristics in people and objects surrounding you. This develops the child’s insight, observation, and ability to analyze, but at the same time requires the ability to count. The game should take the form of a conversation. For example, your child notices a person with glasses, and everyone begins to count how many people around wear glasses. You can search for people in brown boots, blondes, dogs of the same breed, etc. Using this game, older children can be introduced to the idea of ​​percentages. In advance, a task is set for him, which he will have to solve. How many out of ten dogs you met are lapdogs? How many black cars out of ten in the parking lot? Will this ratio be respected in the next parking lot? Continue reading

What to do with the child on the road? (part 2)
Guess my song. Sing the first line of the song, which your child probably knows. If he recognizes her, let him sing the next one. If he doesn’t find out,…

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Chocolate Museums
Chocolate Museum in Bruges The Belgian town of Bruges is a sweet tooth paradise: masterpieces of pastry chefs are exhibited at the ChocoStory Museum. Here you can find out that…

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Medical assistance
Anything can happen, and you must be sure that in case of any health problems of your child he will be provided with highly qualified assistance. Ask if there is…

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Parent experience
My daughter loves to look at photographs, remembers summer vacations in winter, this develops her memory, and does not allow her beloved grandmother to be forgotten. As a rule, we…

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