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3 magic tricks for kids
If your child dreams of being a great magician, or you just want to liven up his birthday party, these tricks will be very useful. Learn to do magic with these three tricks that we propose. They are so simple, that even the little ones can make them. Here you will find a trick with a magic wand or a pen, another trick with coins and a last trick that has to do ... with science.
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There are things that will never cease to amaze me, such as the latest piece of news I have read these days from the UK: 'Schools are removing analog clocks from exam rooms as teenagers cannot tell time'. I did not give it much importance, until one day I was at the hairdresser, I asked a 19-year-old girl the time and, instead of looking at the wall clock, she consulted her mobile. I was not able to read the hands of the clock! What's going on? Why children cannot read the time on analog clocks? I started researching and this is what I have discovered.
It all stems from a complaint from British high school students. Apparently, the kids had difficulty finishing the tests because they could not calculate the time they had left to finish the exams, and that is because in all the classrooms there were analog clocks, that is, the ones with hands. Young people have become accustomed to digital devices and here we have one of its consequences.
'The current generation is not as good at reading the traditional watch face as previous generations,' said Malcolm Trobe, deputy secretary general of the Association of School and University Leaders (ASCL), adding: 'They are used to seeing a digital representation of the time on their phone, tablet or computer, almost everything they have is digital. '
Having a traditional watch in schools could be a cause of unnecessary stress, which is why many UK teachers have chosen to change them. Schools are trying to make things quieter for students during their exams. 'We don't want them to be raising their hands all the time to ask the time,' commented a teacher. And, although there are old school people like me that this decision seems like a mea bit strange and above all sad, in reality there is aA great advantage in using digital clocks in exam rooms, because you are much less likely to mistake a time when working against the clock.
This situation is not only happening in Great Britain. A 2017 survey in Oklahoma City found that only 1 in 10 children in the city between the ages of 6-12 owned a watch. Of that number, only 1 in 5 could read analog clocks. And, from what I have been able to experience, in Spain we are on the way to that.
Children learn the hours at school when they reach second grade, but the fact that they use mobile devices for everything makes them over time forgotten. This is undoubtedly the first of many consequences of new technologies in the lives of children.
Another very important is that more and more children have trouble holding pencil or pens, as they are getting used to typing on the mobile phone with their finger and not developing muscles. That is why, as the psychologist at the nursery school told me before my daughter went to school: 'It is important that the children see you read, but even more so that they see you write.' Since then, we have brought back 'old traditions' like making the shopping list by hand on a blank sheet of paper.
In relation to holding a pencil, it is the number of misspellings that children do today. They want to do everything quickly and this causes them to use many emoticons and to abbreviate words a lot, which results in them doubting whether a word is written with b or with v or with j or with g.
That not to mentionother types of consequences better known to all: obesity (children are glued to the screen all the time and do not exercise), isolation (they stay at home with their mobile or console and do not go out to play, with how much fun it is!), aggressiveness ( many video games are about fighting and killing, which makes them more competitive and that they get angry more easily), lack of communication and social skills (they are only related by network, so when they stop someone, they stay quiet because they don't know what to say).
Coincidentally, this news came into my life a month before my 8-year-old daughter's birthday. He asked me for a watch and of course I bought it for him, but guess what? It is not digital, it is analog. Perhaps it is counterproductive, because over the years they may end up disappearing, but until this moment arrives, I only want that when her grandparents ask her the time, she knows how to answer regardless of whether she has an analog or digital watch on her wrist.
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Then start from the first step:
1. Check your BMI and correct body weight (calculators on the page here). Now you know the facts about where you start, in addition, you should measure and record your waist and hips. Also save subsequent values when you repeat these steps every two weeks.
2. Define your goal: do you want to lose weight to a specific value, or do you want to wear a specific size of clothes, or maybe you want to put on your favorite pants. It is important that when defining a goal you know exactly when the moment will come when you reach it. Also save your destination.
3. Over the next few days, preferably seven days of the week: write down everything you eatat what time and in what quantity. After this time, look at it objectively to find out what mistakes you make. Remember, if you cheat without entering a cookie (oh, it was only one cake) or another snack, you are only cheating on yourself. Ask yourself in this situation, are you sure you want to achieve the intended goal?
4. What should it look like? proper diet after pregnancy and breastfeeding?
- 5 meals a day preferably every 3 hours, set real hours of meals and do not eat between them, if you can't stand, drink something warm, e.g. fruit tea;
- The diet will include: whole grain bread, cereals, brown rice, legumes, vegetables, fruits, semi-fat dairy products without flavors, eggs, olive oil, lean meats and sausages, fish, grains e.g. pumpkin, sunflower, flax, nuts , Herbs;
- Avoid: ready-made intermediates and products, colorful carbonated drinks, ready-made flakes, even of this type of fitness, bars, cookies, sweets, ice cream, waffles, chips, donuts, fruit yogurt, pates, fatty sausages, sugar and other similar products;
- Pay attention to what you do while eating, when you eat, do nothing else.
- Drink water, best quenches thirst, cleanses the body, and does not provide unnecessary kcal.
5. Move! It does not have to be an organized form of club activity, just go out for a walk every day, 30 minutes of brisk walking a day is an excellent form of movement.
6. Check your progress every two weeks. Do not be discouraged by failures, there will be ups and downs, but it is important whether after falling you rise to enter the path leading to the goal again.
What can a young mother's correct and healthy menu look like?
7.30 Breakfast: Oatmeal with strawberries and almond flakes cooked on water
10.30 II Breakfast: 2 wholemeal bread sandwiches with butter, tomato, pickled cucumber, lettuce, vegetable paste (e.g. broad bean or chickpeas)
13.30 Lunch: Wholemeal pasta with Mediterranean sauce (onion, zucchini, tomato, pepper, olives)
16.30 Afternoon tea: Crunchy vegetables: raw carrots, peppers, fresh cucumber
19.30 Dinner: Greek salad with feta cheese
Mother who provides such a dose of carbohydrates with a low glycemic index has a guaranteed mega dose of energy, weight loss and reduction of circuits.
Now just start, good luck !!!
The 29-week-old baby (7 months and 1 week) can develop the preference for plush animals, small or large, and one of these plush animals can become his favorite toy without going anywhere and doing nothing.
Other toys suitable for your baby at this age are colored balls (large enough to not be put in the mouth), cubes and interactive toys with sounds and lights.
As for the language, it is also in full development and your baby can make you a big surprise by saying "mom" or "dad" for the first time.
At the age of 7 months and 1 week (29 weeks), your baby begins to acquire more and more complex skills, becoming curious and eager to explore the world more and more. He fully develops his communication, enriching it with new gestures, reactions and sounds, but he also develops complex mental skills, even starting to come up with quite abstract concepts, such as the permanence of objects. Here are the most important purchases your baby acquires at the age of 29 weeks and what you can expect from him!
Physical development of the baby at 7 months and 1 week
Your baby is getting stronger and more eager to move, and his weight and height are starting to help him a lot in learning how to take the first steps and moving, at the age of 29, the baby is weighing about 7.5 kg and measures around 68.5 - 68.6 cm, but growth parameters may differ depending on several factors.
By this age, the child has gained mobility in the body, which helps him to stand up alone, resting on his arms. Not all children manage to take this skill very well, but it is important to at least see that they strive and, where it fails, to offer a helping hand.
At the beginning of the 7 months of life, your baby is able to crawl, walk the bush, roll and use his or her hands and feet to move. Your child is starting to become more and more independent. He no longer needs your help to get to a toy or pacifier, if he is released and sees her on the way.
It uses the physical skills acquired so far to reach its goal. He begins to become a small master in handling objects in handcuffs and finger control. If until now, the baby was grasping things with his hands or hands, from now on he begins to use his fingers to grasp them. He handles them with great curiosity and the desire to discover their meaning, puts them in his mouth and throws them on the floor, to see what happens to them.
The child is not yet able to stand alone or move, not even relying on furniture. But you can encourage this ability by putting it to its feet, holding it under the axles, for short intervals. It is a "workout" that helps him take the first steps easier.
An important step in the child's intellectual development is understanding the permanence of objects, which means that your baby begins to think that an object exists even if he does not see it. Stimulate this ability by playing with it. Play with him various toys that show him an object, hide it in front of him, and then encourage him to find or search for it.
Communication and sociability of the baby at 7 months and 1 week
The communication and social development of the child is beginning to develop more and more. In addition to the sounds already obsessively spoken, the child also enriches his repertoire with other syllables "di", "yes", "ma", "mu", "mi" that he obsessively repeats in simple words. The child begins to express his emotions and feelings through other gestures and reactions.
You can see that the baby's grimaces have progressed in complexity. When the child is curious, make your eyes big, raise your eyebrows and look at you insistently. And fun or joy are emotions that he begins to express differently. You can realize that he is amused or well-disposed and without shaking his hands and feet or laughing copiously.
The child loves to be around others and learns a lot of new things from the conversations you have with him. Even so, crying remains an important part of communicating with your baby. The main states and needs are still transmitted by the baby through crying, smiles and grimaces.
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Baby sleep at 7 months and 1 week
If you carefully observe the child's routine and schedule, at the age of 29 weeks, the sleep should be quite well organized and set up, without any waking or disturbances. The baby still sleeps around 14 1/2 hours a day, divided into 10-11 hours, at night, and about 3-4 hours, during the day, in 2 times.
It is important to abide by the sleep routine established for his age and thus to sleep at the same time daily and to make sure he sleeps alone, without being dependent on your presence or, worse, on the pacifier, bottle or other incentives for sleep.
Lie still on your back, with your tummy up, because the risk of sudden infant death still exists and it is good to be careful. Of course, during the night, if you go to the baby's room, you might find that he came back alone. As you approach the age of 1, the risk of sudden death syndrome decreases, but it is good to still be cautious and try to return it to the appropriate side, with the belly up.
Baby feeding at 7 months and 1 week
The diversification of the food is in the unfolding process, and your little one knows, from one week to another, new tastes and textures. Probably baby cereals or bananas are part of the baby's menu constantly. But his menu can be diversified, at the age of 29 weeks, and with other vegetables and fruits: avocado, pumpkin, sweet potatoes.
Introduce a new food a few days or a week, to see how the baby's body reacts to them and if they have an allergy or intolerance. The age of 7 months and 1 week allows the introduction of apple or pear juices.
It still avoids very acidic citrus juices, because they can be quite "harsh" with the baby's digestive tract and also have an increased risk of allergies. Other foods with a high allergenic level, which you should introduce with caution, are:
- walnuts, hazelnuts and other oilseeds;
- egg whites;
- peanut butter etc.
Until you reach the age of an anisor, avoid giving your child cow's milk or honey, because he / she does not have enough digestive system yet. It is at risk of suffering from milk intolerance or botulism due to honey.
What important changes or acquisitions have you noticed in the development of the child at the age of 7 months and 1 week? Tell us your opinions in the comments section below!
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Meaning of the name Albuino. Name for boys
Among all the names for boys we highlight Albuino. You will find in our search engine all the meanings of baby names.
Name of a king of the Lombards who founded the Lombard kingdom of Italy in the 6th century. The saints record Saint Albuino, bishop.
Name probably formed from alb-, 'elfo', and -win, 'friend'.
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You don't have to lose your office or guest room because you need to make space for a nursery. Rethinking your setup smartly – like balancing the whimsy of the baby furniture and gear with sophisticated decor – will help meet baby's needs and grown-up tastes in equal measure. Watch how one family turned a guest room into a multipurpose nursery.
Open the transcript for a list of products seen in this video.
Thanks to Rowena and Dmitriy for letting us film their nursery makeover.
Nursery design tips provided by Project Nursery.
Video produced by MegTV.
Shop this nursery look!
Crib: Ti Amo Carino Convertible Crib
Glider: Delta Children Eva Upholstered Glider
Rug: Sweet Potato by Glenna Jean Large Cream Rug
Crib sheets: Carter's Grey Trellis Crib Sheet
Crib skirt: COCALO Julian Solid Grey Pleated Dust Ruffle
Chalkboards: Decorative Chalkboard Peel and Stick Giant Wall Decals
Curtains: Koala Baby Room Darkening Gray Window Panel
Toy basket: Grey Striped Tote
Sleeper sofa: Fun Furnishings Micro Suede Sleeper Sofa
Pillow: Levtex Baby Love Sparkle Pillow
Pillow: Levtex Baby Dream Rainbow Pillow
Pillow: Levtex Baby I Love You To The Moon Pillow
Rowena: I'm Rowena and this is Dmitriy, and we are entering the biggest journey of our life: We're about to have a little somebody join us.
Dmitriy: The room, it looked fine for a guest room, but we wanted to do something special for the baby.
Rowena: This room is intended to be a multiuse. It's going to be baby's nursery, but it's also got to fulfill the purpose of having at least one guest.
The Experts: Melisa and Pam from Project Nursery
Melisa: How do you create a nursery without losing your guest room?
Pam: I know. You still want to have guests, right?
Pam: You have to make room for baby, so you know what, it's not impossible. They are going to have to pare down that bed. It's too big.
Melisa: Keep in mind, it's a nursery first, so you're going to want to feature the nursery. You're going to focus on making baby comfortable, but also keeping an area dedicated for your guests.
Pam: You have to balance out the whole feel, nursery and guest working together, adding some fun art and pops of whimsy for the nursery and maybe accessorizing on the other side for the guest room with sophisticated pillows. And you know what? The closet for a guest room in particular – you don't necessarily need a huge closet space, right?
Melisa: Right. You need to maintain your floor space between having the bed and the crib, so you can place your changer or your dresser inside the closet. At the end of the day, you want a warm, inviting room for both your baby and your overnight guest.
Pam: And it's possible.
Melisa: It is possible.
Rowena: I want it just a little bit above eye level.
We like the idea of the chalkboard, and it's something we can change. And so when the guest is in the room, they look at the chalkboard and something inspirational was the tip, but also could be funny, or just something that's different that kind of separates them out from the baby.
Dmitriy: We wanted to do something ourselves, and the more we can do the better.
Rowena: Whoa, nice job.
Dmitriy: Dirty high five.
Rowena: One of the really good tips was the idea of downsizing the furniture.
Move to the right.
Rowena: Awesome. This will be perfect.
Dmitriy: When I was building the crib, painting the room, doing all the things, I was thinking in my head, "What was my father doing when I was about to be born? Was he doing the same thing?"
Rowena: I love the room because it makes me feel calm, happy. And I feel as though a lot of our joint, no-fuss love went into it, and I feel the way I want it to feel in the room.