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Would you like your child to go on a discovery class?

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Kindergarten mobilizes you - Question 3

Shows program, Ion Creanga Theater, March 2015

Shows program, Ion Creanga Theater, March 2015

Shows program, Ion Creanga Theater, March 2015

Ion Creanga Theater is a public entertainment institution, a repertory theater, subordinated to the General Council of Bucharest and financed from the local budget.

Its mission is to create and promote theater shows of high artistic value, to coordinate and implement research programs and projects with educational, social-formative and aesthetic character, aimed at children aged 0 to 12 years, to educators, cadres specialized teachers, parents or legal guardians.

The program of performances of the Ion Creanga Theater on 7, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28 and 31 March 2015.

Saturday, March 07, 10:00 am

Igloo (1-3 years) | Representation hosted by Elisabeta Theater

Hey what's in the igloo?

Two characters invite the smallest of the theater spectators to discover what lies beneath the layers of snow.

Iglu is a sensory story, without words, that gives children between 0 and 3 years the opportunity to experiment, to know. They will enter a world where they will be encouraged to be creative and curious, the show revealing, with gossip, feelings, characters and objects that can be hidden in an ice igloo.

This show is done in partnership with the Theater Association in My Bridge and is part of the Early Education Program. Theater for 0-6 years.

The program "Early Education. Theater for 0-6 years" was initiated by Ion Creanga Theater in 2005, under the name of "Early Education. Theater for 0-3 years" and expanded in 2009 to include activities dedicated to children. with the age between 3 and 6 years. Born from the desire to promote the importance and benefits of applying the concept of early education through specific means of the theater, the program includes a varied repertoire of performances, their purpose being to enhance the ability and potential of the young child to get involved, to participate and to learn. through interaction.

Saturday, March 07, 12.00

Igloo (1-3 years) | Representation hosted by Elisabeta Theater

Hey what's in the igloo?

Two characters invite the smallest of the theater spectators to discover what lies beneath the layers of snow.

Iglu is a sensory story, without words, that gives children between 0 and 3 years the opportunity to experiment, to know. They will enter a world where they will be encouraged to be creative and curious, the show revealing, with gossip, feelings, characters and objects that can be hidden in an ice igloo.

This show is done in partnership with the Theater Association in My Bridge and is part of the Early Education Program. Theater for 0-6 years.

The program "Early Education. Theater for 0-6 years" was initiated by Ion Creanga Theater in 2005, under the name of "Early Education. Theater for 0-3 years" and expanded in 2009 to include activities dedicated to children. with the age between 3 and 6 years. Born from the desire to promote the importance and benefits of applying the concept of early education through specific means of the theater, the program includes a varied repertoire of performances, their purpose being to enhance the ability and potential of the young child to get involved, to participate and to learn. through interaction.

Saturday, March 14, 6pm

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Tuesday, March 17, 7pm

Mysterious Island - Official Premiere (over 8 years) | Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 21, 11.00 am

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 21, 6pm

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 21, 10am

Melomani Penguins (3-6 years old) | Representation hosted by Elisabeta Theater

The small spectators are invited to join the Club of Melomani Penguins, through an educational and interactive show. Pingunel and Pingunica are two special penguins: they have wishes, hidden talents and a lot of imagination.

Wanting to get home, at the South Pole, the two run away from the circus, go through a series of tangles and get lost. But with a new friend along with the help of music, they manage to find the way to the most suitable place they can call home.

Saturday, March 21, 12.00

Melomani Penguins (3-6 years old) | representation hosted by the Elisabeta Theater

The small spectators are invited to join the Club of Melomani Penguins, through an educational and interactive show. Pingunel and Pingunica are two special penguins: they have wishes, hidden talents and a lot of imagination.

Wanting to get home, at the South Pole, the two run away from the circus, go through a series of tangles and get lost. But with a new friend along with the help of music, they manage to find the way to the most suitable place they can call home.

Tuesday, March 24, 6pm

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 28, 11.00 am

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 28, 6pm

Mysterious island (over 8 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Saturday, March 28, 10am

Lalaladodo (3-6 years old) | Representation hosted by Elisabeta Theater

Saturday, March 28, 12.00

Lalaladodo (3-6 years old) | Representation hosted by Elisabeta Theater

Tuesday, March 31, 6pm

Rotocol (between 1-3 years) Representation hosted by the Excelsior Theater

Rotocol is a game show. A show about the round shape. Children will discover the different images of the round shape in the surrounding world: the circle, the playful ball, the sun, the sleepy pumpkin that wants to grow big, the orange that hides, nobody knows where, and many other surprises ... round.

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The child does not want to share with others and falls into hysteria ...

Parents want it good for their children. This is beyond doubt. However, they often get lost in the recommendations they give. They simply deny themselves. Consequently, the children rebel because they face manifest injustice. Sharing is a hot spot in many situations. We want the child to be able to share and behave in a peer group. Therefore, when we have guests, please let the child share the toy, because you have to "be hospitable". There are a lot of toys, all of our child, and the little guest has nothing to play with ... However, when we reverse the situation and go to someone, we also often press that the child divide, give away his toys, because it seems to us that it is necessary ... The child rebels, hysteresis. What to do to avoid such situations? Does the child really have to share? Or maybe the fact that a child does not want to share with others is nothing wrong?

Problems with sharing? Developmental norm

It is the norm that small children don't like sharing. Rebellion and even hysteria because of this may appear in u children up to 5-6 birthdays. The toddler is not malicious, badly brought up, he is not heavy, he is just a small child who, in principle, has problems sharing.

The way of reacting to the situation depends on the individual characteristics of the child. One toddler who will not want to share, will loudly communicate all this, another will quietly withdraw, another will hide with the toy or hide the toy itself, yet another for "holy peace" will give the teddy bear away and will remain very unhappy until the end of the day .

The child does not want to share. He has the right to do so

The toddler plays with blocks. A friend comes to him. He's looking at the fun, but he doesn't have the courage to approach. You encourage the toddler to play with a friend, but the boy packs all the blocks into the box, leaves them and goes out to the other room without saying a word.

What to do in that case? It's worth saying: "I see that you want to play with something else. Fine. Now Kasia will play with blocks, and if you feel like joining her and play together. "

It's important not to force your child to play with their peers. Give him a chance to refuse and play alone. If the child decides that they no longer want to play, they have the right to do so. It is worth noting that the toddler left the toys for his friend himself and went to do something else.

The child abandons the toys, but still plays with them

Kasia plays with the doll, then leaves her on the floor and reaches for another one. Her younger sister comes and takes the doll from the floor, begins to play with her. The older sister gets angry because "she only left the doll for a moment, but she wants to play with it."

What to do in that case? Give Kasia a doll or leave it to young Julka? Take the doll to end the dispute?

This is not an easy decision, because each solution has pros and cons.

I think it would be wise to leave the toy to my younger daughter. In the future, it is worth trying to prevent such a situation by asking the child who "abandoned the toy" if he no longer plays with it, because if he leaves it in the middle of the room and begins to play with something else, a sister or brother can come and take a "abandoned" toy car . Of course, this does not guarantee that the child will not change his mind, but allows you to learn over time that leaving toys can end up with someone else playing with them.

A child willingly takes toys from another child, but does not want to share

Often, toddlers are happy to use the opportunity to play with their friend's blocks, but they do not want to share their own. What to do? It is best if we know that there is a problem with this, warn him by saying - "Michał wants to lend you an excavator. Maybe we'll lend him a truck instead. If you don't borrow your toys, I'm afraid Michał won't borrow his. "

The child pulls out toys

Very common situation in nurseries or kindergartens, in institutions where there are more children. Toddler sees how great his friend is playing, approaches and grabs the toy, recognizing that it should be his now. This is because a child often cannot communicate his needs. What to do in this situation?

It's best to say, "I see you like this doll. Come look for a second one for you "or" about ... would you like to play with this toy car? It can't be pulled out. Ask a friend if he'll let you play. "

The child collects all toys and says that he plays with everyone

Frequent behavior of a child is "putting" toys, according to the principle, I collect all of them, put them in one place so that they are mine. Of course, the child does not play with collected blocks, stuffed animals or dolls. This is physically impossible. At the same time, it prevents others from playing without leaving "free" toys. What to do in that case? It is worth helping your child make a choice by choosing one toy and enabling it to play, with the proviso that when he or she ends up playing with it, she will be able to reach for the next one.

Some advice on what to do if your child does not want to share

  • when a child falls into hysteria because he does not want to share, do not try to talk, explain the situation, do everything to help the child calm down, time will come for talks,
  • replace talking about sharing with talking about "playing for a change"
  • explain that a toy that a friend plays with will not lose its properties. This is not a wafer, which, if we share, loses it, but a toy that returns to us the same,
  • say that your friend will take care of the toy and give it back to you when it's finished,
  • enter the child's world, you can say "bear Bernard is sad now, sitting alone, you are playing with the queue. Maybe we'll hand the teddy bear to Kacpr for a while, play together, and later Misio will tell you everything and give you a kiss ",
  • try not to interfere in children's disputes, let them settle them as often as possible,
  • you have to intervene when one child is out of control, the conflict is exacerbated and there may be a fight when the conflicts are repeated.
  • show your child the idea of ​​sharing - share toy doll cakes together by organizing a picnic on a blanket in the room so that each lacquer gets its cake. Tell your child about a borrowed sewing machine from a friend, or about borrowing a book from the library, but giving it back later. Show what sharing is and how it makes life easier.
  • make learning to share easier - go with children to playgrounds in the sandpit (take one more blade with you so that it is easier to share), meet friends at home and in your home. Pre-school education is also helpful in learning to share.
  • but never force sharing. Give your child a choice. The toddler should be able to take care of his belongings, he should not be reliable.
  • older children tend to be "smart," they say, "give me this" bear "forever and I will like you." If you hear this or your daughter or son tells you, talk to your child about this situation and feel that this is not the best way to "buy friends".

We recommend the books "How to deal with tantrums in a child" Joni Levine, "Anger and aggression in children" T. B Brazelton

Sleeping Practices for Kids

A sleepless adult is weaker, more impatient, less able to perform, and more difficult to focus than if he had rested properly. The same is true for children!

The child needs the right amount of sleep


What if (sыrыn) does not put the child to sleep?

- It will be brighter, weaker, weaker.
- He'll be nicer, more impatient, more deconcentrated.
- Fewer can do well, learn, and his memory will be worse.
- Your immune system is impaired, and you become more ill.
- Your body weight may also increase. (There has been a correlation between childbirth and shorter sleep duration.)

Sleeping Practices for Kids

How much sleep is needed- New Year (0-2pm): 12-18pm
- Baby (3-11pm): 14-15hrs
- Toddler (1-3 yrs): 12-14 ounces
- Uvodбs (3-5 uv): 11-13 Âr
- Junior School (6-10 yrs): 10-11 ounces
- Teenager (10-17vv): 8.5-9.25 ura
- Adult: 7-9 LivesThe right amount of sleep is also very important, and it is also important for this sleep to be relaxed. It is absolutely necessary for you to develop proper sleeping habits for your child, as this affects your entire present life and, later on, your adult life. The following sleeping practices can help you, of course, only if you yourself have an example to show the child!

Compliance with steady-state bedtime

The child should lie down and get up at about the same time each day, and activities before bedtime (eg dinner, bath, fairy tale, electricity) should accompany each other in the usual way. Design a system and apply it consistently and decisively.

Disable technical devices (TV, phone, computer, tablet, etc.)

Their curiosity and excitement can put the importance of sleep in their minds, so they have nothing to look for at bedtime.

Elimination of light

Let's darken the room as much as possible, as street light can disturb a child's sleep (as well as the disturbing light of technical devices).

Creating a pleasant sleep environment

Noise and light-free room, comfortable bed, soft, delicate scent, cute patterned pillows / blankets, favorite stuffed animals - and your child will want to sleep sooner or later.

Sleeping meals and drinks

- herbs: these soothe, soothe, so it is worth giving a cup of herbal medicine (lemon, lavender, yarrow or chamomile) before going to sleep, preferably without the addition of sugar.
- sour cherry: the tryptophan contained in it prevents insomnia, so it is advisable to give your child one glass of sour cherry if you like the slightly sour taste.
- Banana: The magnesium and potassium in it help to relax the muscles, and banana increases the level of serotonin in the body, giving it a balanced feeling.
- Cheese: Calcium deficiency can cause anxiety and anxiety, so let's give the baby a piece of cheese before dinner.
- Seeds of kernels: Magnesium deficiency can cause anxiety, which can be prevented by the child's eyes before sleeping.

Caffeine, Chocolate Drinks, Dishes for Food

These are generally worth avoiding (especially the cold ones), but if the child consumes them in the first place, he or she should be dully. In the evening, do not eat chocolate (which contains theobromine, which is a caffeine-related alkaloid), because it makes it very difficult to fall asleep.

Essential oil in the digestion

A few drops of calming effect (eg lavender, lemon, orange, chamomile, bergamot, basil) can serve the evening well at the level of essential oil.

Babysun 3-in-1 Booster High Chair

Babysun 3-in-1 Booster High Chair

Scalable, this chair will follow your baby from his first meals sitting up to 15 kg. His ingenious system of telescopic legs allows him, in just a few seconds, to switch from high chairs to small chairs for play or reading. A long-term purchase, therefore.

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Breastfeeding Period and Birth Control

Breastfeeding Period and Birth Control