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Pineapple Backpack

The hot and sunny summer months unfortunately were left behind. Would you like to remind you of those beautiful days and put your signature under a project that will make your daughter happy? If you have some sewing skills, a pineapple bag that you can do yourself can help you …

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Expert Opinion: Multiple Intelligence Theory

Howard Gardner argued that intelligence was eight sides, not two. Thus, not only those who succeeded in mathematics and language, but also in music, sports, dance, communication, nature, the ones who showed themselves in the picture and those who knew themselves were clever. In the classical approach, while the intelligence …

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Expert Opinion: Piaget's Cognitive Development Theory

According to Piaget, the Swiss scientist who has done very important studies in the field of cognitive development, intelligence is the ability to adapt to the environment. Concepts of learning, intimidation and assimilation by experience with adaptation are also very important for development. Piaget’s work reveals that it can be …

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Do-it-Yourself: Felt Flower Necklaces

Materials: – Different colors of felts, – Pen, – Scissors, – Necklace chain, – Pearl, – Needle and thread, – A pendant. STEP 1: Draw and cut flower shapes from 2 different colors of felt. Cut the leaves from the felt in a different color. STEP 2: Then match the …

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Do it yourself: Red Cup Challenge

We combined the STEM model, which we frequently talked about in our expert opinion, this time with a game. STEM model games, which consist of the initials of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, are games that excite children and teach them how to struggle with their difficulties. STEM Forces Children …

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Do-it-Yourself: Fringed Spring Flowers

The fringed will open a spring blossom and this flower will be your favorite flower. Because you’re gonna make it your own. Are you ready, let’s start! Materials: – Plastic center dome shaped dome covers, – Glue, – Color pipette, – Colorful krapon papers, – Small styrofoam balls, – Lollipop …

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Children's right to a word

As an adult, we may be in different positions in our relationships with children: parent, caregiver, teacher, counselor, relative, family friend, waiter serving in the restaurant, attendant at the playground, volunteer at the community center, it is important to know that they deserve to be respected just like adults. This …

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Don't be busy, be productive

While children are growing up, they need parents who spend time with them. Parents who play games with them and answer questions are important for children. Children are happy to share their activities and work with their parents. Children are Feeded with Love and Affection Raising children, preparing him for …

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Children's Right to Speech – 2

Get ‘approval’ from children. While the practice of getting consent in the society we live in is not fully established even in adult behavior, the relationship between adult and child is almost unthinkable and is not considered necessary. E.g; they are usually parents who decide when and how to cut …

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Special for the Year: Hats with Pompon

What do you think you can wear on the New Year’s Eve? Materials: – Cartons in any color, – Colorful pompoms, – Acrylic paint, – Yarn, – Glue gun, – Scissors, – Puncher, – Adhesive. STEP 1: Take a mold to fit your child’s head circumference. Cut the cartons in …

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