Physical and mental development

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Revardiny
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Revardiny » Wed Mar 30, 2016 1:40 pm

Fine motor coordination is important both for dance and to practice martial arts. Brain Training in different movements stimulate its development. Recently, British scientists have proved that the increase in hours of physical education at school from 1 hour to 4 resulted in improved performance in the field of exact sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry) by 25-30% according to the results of tests. Thus, exercise is very important for a child. If the parents can give the child in question or section does not give, it's not the right question. The correct question is what kind of section you would like to enroll a child?
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Leon
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Leon » Wed Mar 30, 2016 1:42 pm

Sooner or later, the parents think about the fact that here it can be a time came when the child should be given in some sports section. Many stop their choice on sports clubs in football. Some argue that the record of the child in the football should be in 8-10 years. However, it is not. The most serious school sports begin with a set of children 7-8 years of age. The selection is very difficult to pass children 7-8 years old, 9-10 is impossible. exceptions can be only in case of explicit unique physical abilities, developed in the course of employment in other sports. But in any case, it will make your child happy.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Benjamin » Wed Mar 30, 2016 1:43 pm

If you think about football clubs, then you should know some of the details and features. Almost all sports selection begins from 4-6 years. For example, a football training in Brazil, starting with 6 years in Germany 6 yrs already participate in football tournaments. Today a lot of people enjoy the glorious victory of our tennis players and tennis players at international tournaments, the Davis Cup and the Federation, and in fact, in order to become the first racket of the world, they all started their racing way with 5-6 years. The most popular and prestigious sports clubs recruit children in football clubs from 6 years of age. Moderate exercise competent and contribute to the development of the child in coordination, reaction, agility and thinking.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Bernard » Wed Mar 30, 2016 1:45 pm

Doctors do not recommend giving a child in sports section under four years, because it can overwhelm the next load. Depending on the physical development of the child can be given to the section in the age of 4 years. The sooner he begins to engage, the more likely he will form the necessary skills in the sport. However, most sports schools are beginning to set children aged 6-7 years with help from a pediatrician. Not having a medical certificate to enroll in this section is not possible, because the coach should be sure of the state of health of their wards. I think it's better to listen to opinion of experts.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Marvin » Wed Mar 30, 2016 1:45 pm

First of all, you need to decide on the possible options of sports clubs that operate in your town. Talk to friends and acquaintances, their opinion can play a significant role in your choice. Visit the sports clubs and talk with the coaches. Examine the information posted on the sites and forums on the Internet. Ask what time of the year is held in a set of clubs. Classes in sports section may be paid or unpaid. You should determine what you expect from training whether you are going to invest in the future of their child's sport. Make sure that a child attends classes in the section, if it gives pleasure football, whether his visit section inconvenienced.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Bob » Wed Mar 30, 2016 4:18 pm

Hi guys) Resently Ii have read some information about. And now I can say that physical and mental development are very important for children and it is depend of parents. Physical growth is especially rapid during the first 2 years. An infant's birthweight generally doubles by 6 months and triples by the infant's first birthday. Similarly, a baby grows between 10 and 12 inches in length (or height), and the baby's proportions change during the first 2 years. The size of an infant's head decreases in proportion from 1/3 of the entire body at birth, to 1/4 at age 2, to 1/8 by adulthood. We need to control the proces of growth every day only than we can be sure our child will be healthy and happy)))
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Alex » Thu Mar 31, 2016 6:14 pm

In my opinion this is very useful for a child for another simple reason for a change in communication style. As a rule, in circles or sections offers a more informal atmosphere than at school. Not impose such strict requirements for discipline. Can you imagine what a pleasure a small student receives that do not need to sit still and silent, responding only when you ask? Teachers in the section are not as strict as a teacher in the school, allowed to fool around, run around, make some noise. All these liberties are allowed, of course, within reason. So you can not be afraid that your child will spoil this indulgence.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Max1 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 12:53 pm

You know parents in something not very successful children are often so focused on these seemingly insurmountable challenges that simply do not see them skills and talents of their child. Think about it. Perhaps you torture with equations talented musician. Or force able to draw a chess player. Of course, parents pleased when their child is successful in school. Of course, school knowledge is useful in a future life. But if something your child does not work, stop for a minute and answer the question yourself: maybe you get to live without? Maybe it's not worth your nerves and tears of your son or daughter? Look, your child is required to have the ability to be proud of.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Robert2 » Sat Apr 02, 2016 2:46 pm

I know that child receives psychological training in some of the problems, he is ready for that first time, and can not work, but will not give up and will continue to try. If that desire to win is very important in life, many would agree that at the expense of co-ordination may argue. However, this aspect of the sport is no less important than the previous one. Learning to coordinate their movements, making them all the more precise and more accurate child Train your brain in the differences between similar quantities. Similarly, the brain is trained to distinguish the notes and pitch, when a person is engaged in music, he just trains the brain co-ordination in the field of discrimination similar sounds.
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Re: Physical and mental development

Postby Sammy1 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 4:15 am

You know parents in something not very successful children are often so focused on these seemingly insurmountable challenges that simply do not see them skills and talents of their child. Think about it. Perhaps you torture with equations talented musician. Or force able to draw a chess player. Of course, parents pleased when their child is successful in school. Of course, school knowledge is useful in a future life. But if something your child does not work, stop for a minute and answer the question yourself: maybe you get to live without? Maybe it's not worth your nerves and tears of your son or daughter? Look, your child is required to have the ability to be proud of.

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