Respect! Aretha Franklin sang about it; people seek for it and educators teaching good manners find it daily in students’ behaviour. Mastering good manners always makes a positive difference in the classroom. Over the years, what has been acceptable manners are different from one decade to another and from one country to another.
Our сhildrеn аrе оur futurе. Undеrѕtаnding аnd ѕuрроrting thеir nаturаl уеаrning fоr рhуѕiсаl асtivitу, will hеlр lеаd thеm tо a lifеtimе оf hарру аnd hеаlthу living.
If wе jоуfullу tеасh thеm hоw tо inсludе hеаlthу еxеrсiѕе frоm thе еаrlу ѕtаgеѕ оf thеir dеvеlорmеnt, wе will bе giving оur сhildrеn a gift thаt will еndurе thrоughоut thеir livеѕ.
The world is an ever-changing place. It goes without saying that every generation in our society has had different challenges when growing up, depending on the society in which they were raised. It’s also fair to say that today’s kids face a radically different set of challenges than any generations which have come before them. This is mainly due to the increased globalisation of our world.
Goldfish, who have been used in insults about people’s intelligence for generations, now have a longer attention span than the average person, according to a 2015 study on the effects of electronics on attention spans.
Goldfish can focus for 9 seconds without distraction – but the average human now only 8.
As many of us know, play is one of the most important things your child can do in a day. We might think that children just Want to play, they actually Need to play.
Play is an important feature in a child’s everyday life. It’s how they learn about the world around them and develop vital skills such as fine and gross motor movement, socialisation, language, literacy, and numeracy.
So next time your child is pestering for you to play with them, consider the benefit you’ll be doing them in the long run!
Play is essential for a healthy and happy children’s development. It helps kids to develop a wide range of skills and understandings. Playing, children reflect what is important in their lives. Play can take several forms and it changes as children grow older. It could be indoors or outdoors, quiet or loud, clean or messy, funny or thoughtful. Children play for different reasons. They can explore to learn new things or it can be to consolidate or improve a skill. Our role as adults is to facilitate play for them. Learn how here.