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How to teach your child to swim

 

Any parent would want his kid could do everything, and better and earlier. I am no exception.

I decided to teach their children to swim.

not afraid of the water and feel confident in it – this is a very nice on vacation,

drowned and were able to help yourself and others in case of an emergency on the water.

When and how to teach a child to swim

Our experience

When we had the eldest son, I decided to learn to swim from the first month (in the bathroom), once we heal umbilical wound.

There were no special children’s laps for swimming, but I remembered well from his childhood transmission “Health”, in which babies are taught to swim in a bathtub on the back in the cap, to which was fastened the foam on the ear level. The principle of teaching was as follows: the child is the toughest place – the head, if the head does not sink – the whole body of the child from birth is able to independently retain water. The main thing is to keep water from falling into your face (eyes, nose and mouth Continue reading

Picture – children building a snowman

 

Back to the drawings from the series “Preparing for the competitions of drawings on the theme of Winter fun children.”

Pictures about winter fun incorporated into any kindergarten program in the fine arts, and the elementary school is in the same situation. It is worth to realize that complex topics involving compositions with movement and interaction of the characters. And this despite the fact that the idea of the arrangement of figures on the horizon and the laws of perspective briefly explain and impossible to understand for kids, and even about the structure of the human figure they know that the “oval “. However, drawing contests on the winter theme are held regularly, need to participate.

Means are prepared.

Today, sculpt a snowman.

Student drawings of children usually, rising to her full height, easily wheeled in front of a huge snow balls. Or again standing pole adorn the face of tall snowman carrot

This winter, walking around the city everywhere I looked for snowmen – they are few. And the few short-lived Somehow, with whom I briefly met, were NOT entirely: not wearing buckets on your head, without the carrots, had no caries-looking teeth from the embers, Continue reading