11 Awesome Kid-friendly commercials that aired in 2016

11 Awesome Kid-friendly commercials that aired in 2016



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There is no royal path to learning mathematics.

/ Euclid /

Mathematics is called the queen of the sciences by some, it is hated by others because of its complexity and complexity. Not everyone can understand it, even scholars cause a lot of difficulties, but just reasoning in mathematics is enough to get the correct conclusions under the same correct assumptions. Kind of incomprehensible and yet banal.

In a few years our branch will stand in the school walls and start learning, among others, mathematics. Whether it can handle counting or make it easier for the child to learn these skills depends a lot on us, the parents. It is worth thinking about what to do to help your child learn difficult counting and start it before going to school or kindergarten.

What is worth remembering before we start learning to count with a child?

The basis of every learning is the pleasure of learning. We cannot force a child and order learning. Just as we can't teach a child to walk alone, compulsion is not an option with learning to count.

It should also be remembered that each child develops individually at his own pace, which is why it is easier for one child, and for another it is more difficult. If everything were so simple and obvious, we would have the same mathematicians in the world and that's not the point.

Learning numbers and working on them requires many years of learning. Let's not delude ourselves that we will make a preschooler a mathematician, because his mind is not yet able to comprehend everything exactly. Therefore, learning to count should be appropriate to the age and capabilities of the child. We are the parents who are the first teachers for the child and decide what knowledge they will acquire.

A lot depends on our willingness, so if we have already started learning numbers, let's continue it and systematically improve it.

Can you teach how to count an infant?

Glenn Doman has developed a method to teach a baby (and even a newborn) how to count (or read). Mainly for learning are white cards with red dots.

During the first 5 days, 10 boards are quickly shown to the child (dots 1-10). Each time, the parent lists the number of dots on the card. After 5 days, replace one old card with a new one. And so after 3 months, the child should master cards up to 100 dots and learn to distinguish individual cards with dots from each other.

After 30 days of learning how to learn numbers, you learn how to add, after 40 days, subtraction and so in order: then multiplication, division and equations. Only on the 96th day cards with dots and numbers are displayed and so the child after 4 days learns numbers from 1-100 already in the form of numbers and not dots. Regularity is very important in this method, the child should be rested, fed and above all willing to cooperate.

Learning to count 2-3 years

To start the adventure of counting at all, the child should already speak quite well, so that it is not difficult to say and repeat numbers. Learning not to be boring and monotonous should be done in several ways. It is best to familiarize yourself with the numbers and activities on them during everyday activities as well as while having fun.

When introducing a child to a given number, first of all, for example, point the hand at the given object we are counting and then give its order name (e.g. pointing to the teddy bear - this is one bear). It is important that every time a child or parent points their hands at what counts. To start with, let's start counting the items ourselves, then encourage the child to count together, then let them do it alone without help.

Shows, Excelsior Theater, April 10 - 21, 2013

Shows, Excelsior Theater, April 10 - 21, 2013

Shows, Excelsior Theater, April 10 - 21, 2013

Performances at the Excelsior Theater Hall, str. Academiei no. 28

Sunday, April 14, 11:00 am

The Little Mermaid

after H.C. Andersen
distribution:

Little Mermaid - Annemary Ziegler; The Prince - Cristian Nicolaie; Witch Barbara - Silvana Ionescu; Baron Schpitz - Vasile Menzel; Turtle Frog - Veronica Popescu; The King, the Dolphin - Robert Radoveneanu; Triton, Calaul - stefan Velniciuc
Dramatization: Alexander Andy Kessler
Directed by: Olimpia Arghir
Set design: stefan Parvulescu
Music: Henry Malineanu
Choreography: Roxana Colceag
Children's show; show duration: 90 min.

Tuesday, April 16, 7pm

Bass

by Patrick Süskind
Translation: Radu Beligan
distribution:

Double bass player - Radu Gheorghe; Muza - Georgeta Ciocarlan

Special guests:

Pianist Andreea Dobia
A show by Radu Gheorghe

Musical coordination:

Tiberiu Oprea, Valentin Moloman, Daniel stefanescu
Show for young people from 14 years and adults; show duration: 105 min.

Wednesday, April 17, 10:00 am

The Non-Listening Coconut

by Ion Lucian
distribution:

Cocoselul - Mihaela Coveseanu; Bear - Ciprian Cojenel; Motanelul - Cosmina Dobrota, Vulpoiul - Stelian Milu; Mammoth Labuta - Veronica Popescu; Corbul - Marian Radulescu
Directed by: Ion Lucian and Victor Radovici
Set design: Stefan Parvulescu
Music: Vasile Menzel
Children's Show; Show Duration: 60 Min.

Thursday, April 18, 10:00 am

Fairy Fairy

after Ioan Slavici
distribution:

Peter - Dan Clucinschi; Luca - Ciprian Cojenel; Matei - Ovidiu Usvat; Emperor - Stefan Velniciuc; Murgul - Robert Radoveneanu; Saint Friday - Jeanine Stavarache; Zana Zorilor - Raluca Botez; Zane - Cosmina Dobrota, Veronica Popescu, Iulia Diana Samson
Artistic Direction and Dramatization: Ilinca Stihi
Scenography And Costumes: Luana Dragoescu
Music: George Mark
Choreography: Andreea Duta
Light Design: Gheorghe Jipa; Sound Design: Mihnea Chelariu
Children's Show; Show Duration: 80 Min.

Friday, April 19, 10:00 am

The Little Mermaid

after H.C. Andersen

distribution:
Little Mermaid - Annemary Ziegler; The Prince - Cristian Nicolaie; Witch Barbara - Silvana Ionescu; Baron Schpitz - Vasile Menzel; Turtle Frog - Veronica Popescu; The King, the Dolphin - Robert Radoveneanu; Triton, Calaul - Stefan Velniciuc
Dramatization: Alexander Andy Kessler
Directed by: Olimpia Arghir
Set design: Stefan Parvulescu
Music: Henry Malineanu
Choreography: Roxana Colceag
Children's show; show duration: 90 min.

Sunday, April 21, 11:00 am

Maria-Sa ... Donkey!

Comedy with ... "songs"
for children of all ages
by Ion Lucian
distribution:

Bear - Ciprian Cojenel; Coconut - Annemary Ziegler; Motanul - Mihaela Coveseanu; Corbul - Robert Robert Emanuel / Ovidiu Usvat; Rabbits - Silvana Ionescu; Magaria-Sa… Asin Intaiul - Robert Radoveneanu; The fox - Alexandru Mike Gheorghiu; Wolf - Cristian Nicolaie; The Privilege - Cosmina Dobrota; Owl - Veronica Popescu
Directed by Ion Lucian
Assistant Director: Paula Sorescu-Lucian
Set design: Luana Dragoescu
Original Music: Bogdan Caragea
Choreography: Ion Tugearu
Children's Show; Show Duration: 80 Min.

Ticket office:
Tuesday - Friday (09:30 - 17:30)
Sunday (10am - 1pm)
in the evening, before the show
Information and reservations: 021.315.9736;
Ticket Price:
Morning shows: 10.80 RON
Evening theater performances: RON 32.40 and RON 16.20 (reduced for students, students and retirees)

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