<A kid who plays well is smart, too!>
Adults watch kids play all day long, and they think it’s natural to play because they’
But if you understand what play means to children, it won’t seem like just play anymore.
Playing helps ease psychological conflicts by expressing and releasing stress or psychological problems in a child’s daily life. In particular, ‘virtual play’ disguised as another person or object solves conflicts or fears hidden in unconsciousness and satisfies a child’s suppressed desire by reproducing forbidden situations as a play.
Through playing with peers, children understand social relationships and develop social skills. You learn social skills by observing and imitating your peers and adults.
Also, children learn new concepts and skills while playing, and develop their thinking and problem-solving skills.
Children who play well are more likely to get smarter.
Playing develops a child’s physical and cognitive abilities and has a great influence on the most important social emotional development.
<Make eye contact with your child anytime, anywhere!>
She is conscious of a mother who will always be watching her, even when she seems to be playing alone.
He wants to be recognized by building up crooked blocks or barely crawling up the slippery slope, proudly looking at his mother.
Make eye contact with the child no matter what he does. The children made eye contact with their parents and saw themselves in their eyes.
It is said that they live in the world just like that.
If your child ‘mirroring’ their bright, confident, and warm eyes, your child’s future will be brighter and brighter.
<Children often have stress that their mothers don’t even know.>
When you’re under stress when you don’t get what you want, you’re starving, or you’re afraid, you usually express your feelings in a way that you cry and swarm.
Use a suitable percussion instrument to soothe the child’s heart. One way is to use a baby percussion instrument, or to choose a safe type of living tool in the house and tap it freely.
You can relax and relax yourself while you pat hard.
Breaking down tall blocks at once can also help relieve a child’s frustration or stress.
Find the right game for your child!>
Babies under 24 months of age are happy to repeat the same move when they find out that their own strength makes a rattle. Stimulate the baby’s instincts with a safe play that sounds as you move.
Two-year-olds need simple puzzles, short poems and songs, and play outside with their whole body.
I like drawing, coloring, cutting, and building blocks when I’m older than 3.
In addition, you have a lot of imagination and play virtual games. “Virtual Play,” which starts with housekeeping and hospital play, develops a child’s cognitive abilities.
<For three years after birth, the baby’s brain experiences dramatic changes.>
Babies complete about 60 percent of their neural circuits by the age of one and 80 percent by the age of three.
This neural circuit is created when the nerve cells stretch out new branches each time the brain is stimulated. Therefore, activities that develop sensory functions such as skin contact with parents, conversation, reading books, and sensory play are very important for early brain development.
Personality is a commonly called ‘good character’.>
Since personality is formed in infancy, how children are taught during this period can have a huge impact on their future.
Personality depends on proper basic living habits and manners, so you have to let people experience good living habits and keep explaining why.
For a child who doesn’t like to brush his teeth, he says, “If you don’t brush your teeth, the cavity will grow and cut your teeth. So you have to brush your teeth after you eat.”
Of course not once. In the course of several repetitions, the mother’s explanation will build up in her mind, and she will be able to tell her or her friend why she needs to brush her teeth.
If a child manages to wash his or her own face, dress up, and eat well, he or she feels proud of himself.
This is self-esteem. In a society where people have to live together, manners are important. Please tell me the etiquette you should observe in public places or among your friends, such as greeting and caring, and explain why. Then you can get out of self-centered thinking and think from other people’s point of view and find the joy of hanging out with others.
<It is important to create an environment where children can always get close to books.>