„There are few things more aggravating to parents than a kid who “doesn’t try.” Whether it’s math homework, dance class or those guitar lessons they begged for but now never practice, we want our children to be eager learners who embrace effort, relish challenges and understand the value of persistence.”

http://www.pbs.org/parents/expert-tips-advice/2015/08/teach-child-love-learning-keys-kids-motivation/

Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist (26.01.2018)

Handwriting is a complex skill that adults can take for granted. Most children are not ready for the complexity of the task until approximately 6 years of age while some children will be able to write prior to beginning school. Children of 9-10 age are focusing on the mechanics of handwriting and of 11-12 they are encouraged to personalise their own handwriting style.
             Those articles are about Handwriting milestones 5-6, 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12 years old children.

Handwriting milestones 5-6

Handwriting milestones 7-8

Handwriting milestones 9-10

Handwriting milestones 11-12

 

Michalina Biedrzycka- pedagogue, educational therapist (16.01.2018)

There are only a few days until Christmas. Beautiful gifts for our relatives, especially the youngest ones, probably already awaits carefully hidden in cabinets, chests, lockers. Kids are waiting for Christmas presents more than anyone. However, at Christmas time, you can help your child to discover not only the joy of receiving, but also the joy of giving. Making gifts by children to others strengthens family ties, teaches children putting an effort, reciprocity and feeling the joy of giving.

Following the link below you will find a bunch of ideas for gifts to be made by children:
https://happyhooligans.ca/40-useful-gifts-kids-can-make/

Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist (20.12.2017)

With so many apps on the market, it's hard to know which are appropriate for your child. Here's how to make the right choice.

http://www.kidspot.com.au/school/primary/learning-and-behaviour/how-to-choose-the-best-apps-for-kids/news-story/b86b85a931f00cce01eb16473e874320

Michalina Biedrzycka- pedagogue, educational therapist (07.12.2017)

"Anything can turn into a competition between your kids.

Who has the tallest french fry.
Who has the most homework.
Who brushed their teeth more efficiently."

 

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Anna Zdolska-Wawrzkiewicz - psycholog (23.11.2017)