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The Influence of fairy tales in child development

The history of the first tales probably millennia long time and this tradition survived until now, it has meaning and practical use. Psychologists, by the way, this usefulness was proven quite a while ago. The influence of fairy tales in child development , competent in their opinion, it is difficult to overestimate: they are necessary and important as a part of the correct moral and aesthetic identity formation.

According to experts, to tell tales baby properly, that is, taking into account the child’s age, emotional warehouse, mood and, of course, listening to his preferences and habits. However, blindly go about the child is not worth it: if your child insists on 10th double tale about Kolobok, your primary task is to interest the child a new theme and colorful characters. Otherwise, the educational component of the process will go in vain.

The influence of fairy tales in child development — Late, early, or it’s time?

The correct answer to the question: “at what age we should start to tell tales” does not exist. Every parent is addressing the issue individually. Today, paying tribute to fashionable psychological currents, many moms practice the listening and the telling of tales baby even during its embryonic development. A kind of logic in such actions are present: Continue reading

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