Not far off is the most favorite holiday of all adults and children – New Year! Why not add some mysteries to the mood to the fairytale and magical atmosphere!
For every child, this holiday is the best and not surprising, because only at this time the most cherished desires and dreams come true. Under the tree like mushrooms, gifts constantly grow, and the refrigerator is full of delicious dishes.
Every parents are trying to make New Year holidays unforgettable for their baby, so they are trying to please them in everything.
The best way to captivate a child and at the same time increase his craving for knowledge is to write a letter to Santa Claus. Even if the baby is not yet familiar with the letters, offer him your help.
In the process of writing a letter, explain to the kid that you can’t ask too much, because a lot of children in the world want to receive their gifts. The child will listen to you carefully and develop good human qualities.
Each parent can come up with a unique way to send a letter to the addressee: someone tells the children to put an envelope on the window sill or in the freezer, and someone advises to leave it under the pillow.
Try to show imagination so that your baby is really interesting!
Of course, the New Year is a holiday of gifts and surprises. However, excessive gift of a child with toys can lead to the fact that he is spoiled and will constantly demand them.
To prevent this from happening, you can attract riddles. Let the little one guess them, and as a reward receive a delicacy or a souvenir. This will not only please your child, but will also have a diversified development.
Also, you can plunge into the history with the baby and read how the New Year arose, in which countries it is celebrated, and some traditions can be experienced.
But the most important thing – let the crumb believe in fairy tale, the magic and the existence of Santa Claus!
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And how many years did you believe in Santa Claus? =)