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We play Who's Who with pivots

We use the transparent plates (ref 453) under which we will place our sheet, and we will also use pivots (Ref 475). The LADO grab bars with 2 and 4 legs (Ref 489) give a lot of play because they allow the faces to be completely covered with a single pivot. . To create the sheet we use a base that we have in pdf ( Click here to download it). On this base we will paste the photos of our family or friends. (Doing it with your children's class friends, now that they've been apart for so long is also a lot of fun) . Once we have the complete sheet, we make two copies and put one under...

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Stay young, activate more brain areas...

Neurologists and educational psychologists warn of the risk of replacing notebooks with new technologies The ease with which the little ones adapt to the “digital age” is amazing. The smartest, barely three years old, are already capable of typing their name into their parents' mobile phones and sending it, along with a bunch of icons, via WhatsApp, to the delight of their proud parents. And the educational plans themselves increasingly encourage the use of new technologies, so that the tablet begins to be as common a tool as the notebook had always been. Apparently, you would think that this is how they learn to recognize letters earlier and it seems that the long hours that previous generations invested in calligraphy...

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Don't repeat the Father's Day gift every year...

Why not make some simple coasters, give a new image to a recycled boat, or make a beautiful pencil case/necessary bag? These are some of the ideas that we give you for the crafts in which they put the most love... Father's and Mother's Day are approaching! Share this article with a teacher who gives us their opinion and we will send you some coasters for you. HOW TO MAKE A BEAUTIFUL COASTER Colored coasters to avoid staining the tables. Materials: Colored plastic tapes. A wooden toothpick to start rolling the Ribbon Scotch tape. Process: We will start by rolling the Ribbon around a toothpick. When we have several turns, we will remove the toothpick and continue rolling. We must...

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Fine motor skills = manual ability

It is wrong to think that fine motor exercises are only done by those who have a developmental problem. Fine motor skills are worked naturally by all children while they play, the degree of work will depend on the game they play, but they will always be working when the game involves moving the hands, fingers and visual-manual coordination (directing the hand where the eye wants). However, although this is a natural development of the children, it is important that the father is concerned about seeing how his ability evolves and provides him with material and games so that he can develop it as well as possible. A correct development of this ability will allow the child, among other things,...

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