I recommend to see this inspiring and moving animation. It helps to understand the meaning of our childrens joy and happiness and its influence on us.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQjtK32mGJQ

Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist (08.02.2017)

Fine motor skills involve the use of the smaller muscle of the hands, commonly in activities like using pencils, scissors, construction with lego or duplo, doing up buttons and opening lunch boxes.Fine motor skill efficiency significantly influences the quality of the task outcome as well as the speed of task performance. Efficient fine motor skills require a number of independent skills to work together to appropriately manipulate the object or perform the task. Fine motor skills are essential for performing everyday skills as outlined above as well academic skills. I encourage you to read the proposals playground, which aim to improve the manual dexterity.

http://theimaginationtree.com/2013/09/40-fine-motor-skills-activities-for-kids.html

Justyna Bilska - pedagog, terapeuta pedagogiczny (08.01.2017)

 

playI recommend the article about the benefits of play: http://www.rootsofaction.com/the-benefits-of-play-are-oh-so-big/   

Agnieszka Wiankowska - psychologist  (05.01.2017)

 

 

Each child learns by experience and needs many incentives for harmonious development. How to stimulate the comprehensive development of the child you will find out here : http://www.beautifullmind.com/how-to-improve-all-9-types-of-intelligences/

Justyna Bilska (7.12.2016)

„The number of children with speech difficulties has leapt 70 per cent in six years (…). As many as 1.2million youngsters are now estimated to struggle with speech (…). The rise is being blamed on the growing use of screen-based gadgets as convenient ‘babysitters’ and a trend for hard-working parents to spend less time with their children.”

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2253991/Gadgets-blamed-70-cent-leap-child-speech-problems-just-years.html

Małgorzata Kostecka – speech therapist (05.12.2016)