A tip that helps me in practice with children who do not "sit". Maybe it will help some of you as well.
WHAT WE FOUND ALL IN THE FOREST
I am adding a small tip for developing imagination while walking in the woods. We found a crocodile, a ghost and a laughing moss in the forest
When my son Filip had a period when he played a lot at the doctor, he asked me "Dad, what is an X-ray?". It was a challenge for me to take the answer a little more action and clearly. I saw a blue folder on the papers and the idea didn't take long. I traced Philip's hand and cut out...
HOW AND WHY IT COMPLETED
What led me to establish this site? In my practice as a clinical speech therapist, I discovered how important it is to engage in gaming and entertainment. Clients then not only enjoy learning, but it is also more efficient and faster. I was looking for resources to find games to diversify therapies, camps or circles, but the search was very...
MOTIVATION FOR GAMES
Motivation is an engine that is driven by meaning, reason and personal intention to act. The leader of the game, for whom the motivation to play is assumed a priori, should always ask himself whether the players also have sufficient motivation. In particular, children may perceive the current situation completely differently and may not be ready to...
You can read why the involvement of the game in learning is important in the article below.