Almost all parents want their child, in addition to school education, to receive additional diversified development, to attend sections and circles. In the “Extracurricular activities” section, you will receive comprehensive information on the options for out-of-class activities for younger students.
Psychologists and educators will talk in detail about the pros and cons of extracurricular activities. Experts will advise how to take the child after school and explain why extra classes are needed for children.
You will receive recommendations on how to organize the schedule of the child and distribute the load. Is it worth it to fill all the free time of the student with different circles?
What is better for a child and more convenient for parents: one circle or several? How to choose the most useful and interesting sections?
What to develop: physical activity, mental activity, creativity or all at once? You will find the answers in the articles of this section.
It is not always the child who shares the wishes of the parents regarding this or that group. What is more important when choosing a section – the desire of the child or the ambitions of relatives – psychologists will tell. For which sections it is important, how old a child is, and in which you can enter at any age?
What is the role of build and temperament of the child when choosing a section? How to properly organize the leisure of the child so that he has time for everything and does not overwork?
In this section, you will learn the opinions of experts on these issues.
It so happens that the child does not develop a relationship with the teacher or he does not succeed in his extracurricular activity. Our experts will tell you what to do if the child does not like the section or the teacher. How to help the student to establish contact with the teacher?
Should I stop classes if the child does not reach great heights and does not meet the expectations of the parents?
In addition to visiting circles and sections, modern children love to spend their free time playing gadgets. Game consoles – what is the use and harm in them? What kind of policy should parents have: should a child be forbidden to use a computer and tablet not for the sake of study?
Our experts will tell in detail what the danger of electronic games for schoolchildren is and how to choose them correctly. You will also find out how much time a child should spend at the computer.
Tablet – entertainment or a necessity? Should tablets and mobile phones be carried to school, and how do teachers relate to this?
Internet and children – precautions. Almost all parents, without exception, are concerned about the involvement of children in the World Wide Web. Whether to limit access of younger schoolchildren to the Internet and how can this be done?
Whether to allow children to communicate in social networks and upload their photos there? Detailed information on these current topics, read the articles section.