Karina Richter A mother of five children, a psychologist specializing in the theory of attachment and harmonious, natural education. It will help to build a warm and trusting relationship with your baby, strengthen communication with the baby and make motherhood easy, enjoyable and joyful.
Why should a child play?
First, consider what a free game is (far from all games fall into this category) and why it is needed at all.
Is it possible to do without it and what happens if a child does not play a free game?
What is stopping him?
If the child does not play or plays very little. Let´s look at 3 reasons that may interfere with him and talk about how to eliminate them.
Game development levels
The game has 7 levels of development and we will talk in detail about each of them, as well as determine what level your child is at.
There should not be many toys, but for each level of the game the child needs appropriate toys. Take a look at what is superfluous and what is really needed. At the same time we’ll talk about what kind of toy should be.
The organization and storage of toys is a separate issue. Let´s look at the key rules for storing toys, because in many respects how the toys are stored, whether the child will play them or not.
We help the child to break out
How to help a child play out and give him an impetus for independent play.
Kids and Gadgets
Screen time greatly affects the quality of free play, so be sure to talk about how old and how to acquaint your child with technology.
There is rarely a parent who at least once didn’t ask “how to teach a child how to clean toys?” We will talk about how to accustom a baby to order, and consider working strategies for making cleaning toys a pleasure.