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What Type of Intelligence Does Your Child Have?

Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence The dominance of verbal intelligence in children means that their speaking and writing skills are strong. Children with the verbal intelligence type can effectively convey their thoughts and feelings orally and in writing. They enjoy reading books, telling stories and talking. Vocabulary is high and they have a strong memory. They listen to what is spoken, interpret, remember and express it in a different way. They have the ability to learn different languages. The most effective way of learning for them is to listen. Numerical-Logical Intelligence Children, numerical intelligence is the ability to think through deductive techniques, solve […]

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How is 4-year-old child development?

Now your child can resume dialogue on cases more shows development of thinking processes. Your child begins to answer simple questions more easily and logically, as well as express his feelings. It becomes a better understanding of the concept of time and the time of daily activities: For example, he knows that he ate breakfast in the morning, lunch at noon, and dinner in the evening. The attention span increases, and it can focus more and more on the activity it does. He understands two or three-piece directives: “Collect your toys, put on your pajamas and get ready for bed.” […]

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What are emotion cards and their effect on psychological development of children?

What are emotion cards? Emotion cards are a helpful tool for teaching children emotions and supporting emotional development. Each card consist of an emoji or face drawing representing an emotion on one side; which is suitable for children to understand at early ages. With these cards, it easier to explain children the emotions that they feel but can’t label. You can create games in order to keep children’s attention active and fasten the learning process. How does emotional development work for babies? Since the day that they’ve been born, babies feel emotions like discomfort, relaxation, fear, pleasure etc. but their […]

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Attention Deficiency in Children

Attention Deficit / Deficiency is now considered as a subtitle of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder rather than an independent diagnosis. The name of this subtitle is; It is a careless species. The other two subtitles of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder are the predominantly Hyperactive / Impulsive Species and Mixed Species. Symptoms of Attention Disorder in Children Children may have various symptoms of Attention Deficit / Deficiency, including: problems in following instructions given by parents, teachers or teachers; being at home and at school, losing materials, making simple mistakes, scattered work desks and lockers in the school, problems in […]

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Reason for Escaping from School: Bullying

When schools are starting, some children might insist on not going to school. When explanations like worries about lectures, fear of being separated from home or difficult relationship with teachers are not enough or correct, bullying is the first thing that should come to your mind. Especially small children might not understand bullying and can’t tell it to their parents since their cause-result relationship is limited. Therefore, parents should examine peer relationships at school if they observe any of following behaviours; not wanting to attend to school or school activities, too many physical excuses (headache, feeling sick etc.) stubbornness before […]

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Transition to Adolescence

What is Adolescence? Puberty is the process of hormonal and bodily changes in children. In addition to biological development, adolescent period includes psychological development and psychosocial maturation. What is the height growth in puberty? When puberty begins, children have reached 80-85% of their adult height. When girls became menarche, they have already gained about 97% of their adult height. In adolescence, the total length of the girls is 16-25cm and the length of the boys is 20-28cm. The closing rate of the pineal plaque is not the same in all adolescents, so the length and duration of elongation varies. Growth […]

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Spending Quality Time with Children

In recent years, studies have discovered that the quality of time spend with children is as important as the amount of time. There are different insight on how these ‘quality times’ should be created. When both parents work, spending enough time with children becomes a quite important issue. However, it is not necessary parents to worry about that topic, since it is possible to do more activities in a shorter, better quality time than a long empty day. As in all human relationships, it is quite important to spend the time with open communication and emotional interaction in child – […]

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Is My Child Ready for School?

Parents’ primary concern is always making the best decisions for their children starting by birth. It is generally accepted that children who don’t have troubles in the first few years, cope with academic life easier. Until primary school, development stages are generally based on basic skills and abilities. However, primary school is the beginning of an era which is sustained by those skills. Children’s perception of themselves as successful or not is about starting primary school when they are ready. Factors like intelligence level, social and emotional development and parents’ attitude affect maturity for primary school. When deciding on starting […]

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Cognitive Development for Children

Cognitive development includes thinking process, memory capacity, ability to solve problems, language and senses like seeing, tasting, hearing, and touching. Mental development means children to see and observe the world with their senses and understand it. Cognitive development starts in mother’s tummy and continues until adulthood. It is especially fast in the first year of the baby in the world and depends on the interaction with the surroundings. Therefore, it is quite important to know each step of cognitive development, what to expect from child at every stage and see possible problems in advance. In this article, you can find […]

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10 Advices for Raising Children Who Can Fight Difficulties

Some of us fall down during the challenges we face, and stay on the ground, but some of us can stand up even more powerful than before. What is the difference then between people who fall and can’t stand up and those who can survive storms every time more powerfully? Why some of us stay there when we fall down and some of us can born out of their ashes? Resilience means for someone, the ability to . In psychology, the term is began to be used for representing not giving up, the power of beating difficulties, quick self-recovery, psychological […]

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