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)

Kids who are excited about learning do better in school and in life. One of the best gifts we
can give our kids is enthusiasm for all that school has to offer.

https://psychcentral.com/lib/6-ways-to-keep-your-kids-excited-about-school/

Michalina Biedrzycka- pedagog, terapeuta pedagogiczny (20.11.2017)

"Physical play includes activities that use physical movements to allow children to use their energy, and it gives children the chance to develop gross and fine motor skills, learn new things and socialize. Physical play also benefits a child’s health. Understanding the importance of physical play is vital to your child’s development."

https://www.livestrong.com/article/96678-define-physical-development/

Małgorzata Kostecka - speech therapist (16.11.2017)