Constantly guiding the child's play

Constantly guiding the child's play.

Agata's grandmother had endless conversations with her granddaughter, accompanied every game. And because she wanted to give the girl as many messages as possible, so she corrected the activities performed by the little one:

"Don't throw the blocks at the car so randomly.". Stack one next to the other, it will fit more. You took too small a quilt for a doll. Look, there is a bigger one.

And so on throughout the day. Agata, even when Grandma left her alone with her toys, she kept asking questions:

- Grandma, whether to put this doll in the stroller? Can a bear sleep with a dog? look, did I put it right?

Constantly guiding the child's play is just as harmful, and a complete lack of interest in them. A child exercising constantly, even in play, adult commands become dependent, insecure, overly dependent on the environment. There is no opportunity to develop your own initiative. Instead of paying attention, that the child misrepresents certain activities, better praise them for it, what it does well, correctly.

If we let, for the child to accompany us in various daily activities, then it will be able to make many interesting observations, which in turn will be reflected in his games. Because a small child all your insights, all acquired knowledge is immediately used in games. Therefore, they are becoming richer and more interesting. Okay, when the child himself is the initiator of play, he manages it himself and performs the most important activities. An adult, on the other hand, can be an advisor, and sometimes it can perform an activity too difficult for a child.