How do you feel when you are frustrated because something is not going your way? Do you feel like a small fire that ignites in your stomach? Or is it rather a terrible heat in the face? It is inevitable to feel that way on some occasions, and that is how we have to transmit it to our children. Therefore, we must teach them to manage this emotion.
Carmen Gil's nursery rhymes are a useful resource widely used in early childhood education when it comes to introducing children to the fascinating world of reading and poetry, in particular. El desordenador is a children's poem that talks about a nice computer while describing some of the peculiarities of new technologies.
Shame is an emotion (accompanied by other emotions such as anger or fear) that we have all felt at some point. Feeling ashamed or embarrassed about something is unpleasant. But, as with all other emotions, we can teach children to manage it. The first step is for the little ones to know what shame is and how it can be identified.
Make a note of it in your family diary: on July 26 or August 28 (depending on the country you live in) Grandparents' Day is celebrated. It is the perfect excuse to organize a small party or have a nice detail with the grandparents and grandmothers, who love us so much and take care of us. How about giving them a beautiful short poem that children can recite?
Jealousy and envy are emotions that we have all felt (and will feel) at some time, even our sons and daughters. Like frustration, joy or sadness, children do not know what they are until we tell them about them, of course, they do not learn to manage them until we give them the tools.
It is important that parents and educators promote cognitive learning both at home and at school, however, it is also important to promote affective development, love for family and stimulate emotional intelligence. Poetry is, at this point, a perfect channel to facilitate communication in children, as well as the expression of their emotions and feelings.
Stories, songs, games ... are excellent educational resources for children to learn the names of animals, colors or numbers. But also children's poetry! Therefore, we suggest a nice short poem with pictograms written by Marisa Alonso that allows us to work on these concepts with our children.
Surprise! On our site we surprise all children and their families with a fun short poem written by Marisa Alonso that precisely talks about ... surprise! What would life be without surprises? It would surely be much more boring. Because the emotion we feel when we are surprised is unmatched, especially when the surprise is happy!
Children love picture stories and nursery rhymes because they can participate in their reading, even if they are still too young to read. On this occasion, we bring you a funny short poem with pictograms written by Marisa Alonso entitled & 39; Lazy Ant & 39 ;.
With poetry, children can express their feelings, improve their memory capacity or learn vocabulary. For this reason, we offer you short and simple poems that children can understand and that allow them to approach poetry. Do you know what is the common denominator of all of them? They are short poems about the family that talk about that very important pillar through which the child learns values that will help them develop in their day to day life.
Family is one of the most important treasures a person can have. As a family we are born, we grow, we learn ... With our family we live good and bad times, but it always accompanies us in all stages of life.To teach children the value of family, on our site we offer you this short poem that speaks to the children of the families.
Sometimes, parents focus on children reading children's stories and we forget that there are also other genres of children's literature that can also lead them to discover the wonderful world of books. Do you usually read nursery rhymes with your children? You can learn a lot from them!
Out of boredom ... wonderful things can be achieved! When children get bored, they look for highly imaginative ways to entertain themselves. They even discover new talents or acquire new skills, like the protagonists of this nursery rhyme. Through short poems like this one, which is titled & 39; Boredom & 39;, we can make children exploit all their creativity.
Bullying is a reality in classrooms around the world. Education in values is the key to ending this dangerous scourge, which endangers self-esteem but also the integrity of our children. Having tools to teach children what to do in a case of bullying that they live in their school is essential.
The transition from the diaper to the toilet is a bit difficult for some children. Some of them may even develop a fear of going to the bathroom to relieve themselves. Because of this fear, they suffer stomach aches and have a hard time sitting on the potty. To help them understand that pooping is natural and that we all do it, Marisa Alonso has written this sweet short poem.
If you had to define with one word (only one!) The love relationship between a mother and her child, what would it be? Very complicated! Right? A bit of poetry is needed ... Inmaculada Tapia Martínez, graduated in Speech Therapy and Hearing and Language teacher, has written this sweet children's poem entitled & 39; Dream, my child, dream & 39; in which a mom talks about what she wants so much for her little one.
Planet Earth is one of the legacies we leave to our children. Teaching them to take care of it and respect it, therefore, is such an important teaching to transmit to children as learning to read and write.The Earth suffers from the harm we do to it, this is what the poetry & 39; The Earth is sick & 39 is about ;.
Arousing children's interest in reading is one of the best gifts parents can give them. Reading a book is not only fun, but also helps children understand their emotions, stimulate feelings and sensations, mature and learn. With a book, children can laugh, imagine and enjoy.
Are you looking for nursery rhymes for your students to recite in class? Do you want your children to read more verses? We have compiled some poems for elementary school children that are very useful for practicing intonation while reading. There are children who seem to have been born to recite poetry, although most of them have a little trouble and have to practice over and over again.
This time we give you beautiful poems to celebrate Mother's Day. If you want a special gift to congratulate the mothers on their day, here is a list of children's poems full of love and affection that you can recite or write on a card. They are the best poems for Mother's Day, but you can also use them to celebrate a special day like mom's birthday.
This one that you can read here, and that is titled & 39; Verses a mi madre & 39; it is a beautiful poetry to celebrate Mother's Day. If you want a special gift from all the children to congratulate the mothers on their day, here is a children's poem full of love and affection that you can recite or write on a card.