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The kid is mocking!

The kid is mocking!



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I mean, no… I hope so! It's real, real stuff. Our baby is getting to know the world, which surrounds him. The first step in learning the little thing is learning the materials.


Tenzi likes to listen to the paper rustle,
And he enjoys doing it!

This is March Tenzin - who's a great girl. He plays a blank card. You wouldn't even believe that this is a fantastic nun, Zoltán Zemlйnyi, who is probably making the first steps to becoming self-righteous. However, getting to know the materials is the first step for a child to learn to read and write.
- The baby, at the same time as getting involved, seems to be able to create the first "artwork" - says Kati Graphologist Gáspбr. - But in the meantime, he's seriously developing himself - if we let him. Natural curiosity leads to these substances. We don't have to do anything special, just let him play with them. It's important that when a little baby picks up a book, he puts down the tapes, not too bad. For me, paper is still not the carrier of the information that is drawn or drawn, but an interesting thing that has a touch, a smell, a curability, and a specialty. It is possible to grease - just like eating green steaks on a white feed bar.Why is it developing? - As the baby gets to know the world, the arms, small hands, and eyes also improve day by day - says the specialist. - This is true of all the activities that our baby performs on his own, finding joy in him. It is not important to "develop" it before we allow it to develop as it wants.

Let's get to know the materials!


The baby's first creations are made of these crumpled sheets and plaid surfaces. It is not yet possible to know what kind of person our child thinks. But at this age, we can be careful not to limit it, but rather to help it develop its fullest potential.
Tips for graphology:
1. Give the small hand more of a variety of materials. Nylon, wide thickness and veined paper, corn cob, apple peel, stitched label, versatile tactile textiles - all play well.
2. Keep in mind that part of the discovery is to put them together, to scrub them, to assemble them, so you have to take care not to put your health at risk! (Collect sweets or advertising magazines, type them, but don't put them in your mouth.)
3. Many babies start to laugh at the sound of torn paper! If yours is in this age, give it a try!

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