House chores

House chores.

The child does not like to stop playing. And no wonder, after all, he is involved emotionally and intellectually in its course, sometimes so engrossed in the ongoing action, that it is difficult for him to interrupt it at any time, back to gray everyday life, run for cream, as if you couldn't live without it, or think about buying it. Even worse is being distracted from lessons. It doesn't just interrupt the train of thought, prolongs the work on the task at hand, but it teaches a disregard for the most important duty, what science is in this period of life. And kids want to be taken seriously. Just like adults. So they rebel against the disregard shown to them, manifested in unceremoniously interrupting learning or play. The older ones don't like it very much, when they are given such orders, like the little ones: bring, take it, enter, put. They are reluctant to implement them, because very often they do not understand their usefulness. Parents complain about this, that the child is wayward and disobedient, that he refuses to help. However, it often expresses its protest in this way. He opposes frivolous treatment. He defends his dignity.

Children are generally willing to participate in various household chores, but they like to have an appropriate time for these activities, because then they do not interfere with their lessons, not in play. They like to shop, sometimes they go for them even with friends or colleagues, they like to help with changing the bed linen, participate in organizing drawers and cabinets, preparing lunch or dinner, washing dishes, and especially making various minor repairs. They are proud, when they can assist in fixing the contact, iron or mixer, hemming cloths, sewing a pillowcase

or an apron. Watch carefully all activities performed, hold on from time to time, give me something, help with something. It's nice, when father at dinner asks: "Would you like to help me fix the contact today?” Or mom announces: ,,I'm sewing cloths today, will you help me with this?” Then you know, that this help is important, needed, that someone is counting on her. Time is then set aside for this activity. However, the situation, when my father calls from the other room: "Give me the screwdriver! only quickly”! And at this point he stops arranging sentences with words containing "rz", it is not acceptable.

The child willingly participates in the activities performed by the parents, if they do not interrupt him in the flow of others, previously started classes. He likes to know, what is the purpose of their work. He enthusiastically engages in useful and purposeful activities, bringing a certain benefit. She is very proud, when he manages to make a useful item, for example, facilitating the work of homeowners. Then he gains confidence in himself, into your skills. It feels useful, important. It gives him real satisfaction, that he can help others. So it's worth showing your child, how easy it is to do a lot of useful things, useful items. Encourage, to be able to see for himself, what is needed at home, which would make the job easier, beautify the apartment, and then suggest how to do it, sometimes help during work. Okay, when a child knows how to take care of his home, when he tries to please his loved ones.