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Features of pre-school (nursery) age (from 1 year to 3 years)

At this age, motor skills, speech and psyche are improved; active growth continues. In this period, the rate of physiological development decreases, but muscle mass increases, lymphoid tissue forms, motor capabilities expand, the child’s psychological skills are complicated, motor activity is improved, the child begins to draw, to distinguish colors. The diet is becoming more diverse.

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Features of pre-school (nursery) age (from 1 year to 3 years)

  1. EARLY AGE (FROM 1 YEAR TO 3 YEARS)
    From a psychological and pedagogical point of view, early childhood (from one to three years) is one of the key in the life of a child and largely determines its future psychological development. This age is associated with three fundamental life acquisitions of a child: direct walking, verbal communication, and substantive activity. Bipedalism provides the child with a broad orientation in
  2. Nutrition for children aged 1 to 3 years
    Intensive growth of the body continues in the second and third years of life, when the child's mobility increases and his energy costs increase. The functional ability of the gastrointestinal tract is increased. The child begins to chew food, differentially relate to its quality, it learns to eat on its own, etc. When organizing meals for children older than a year, one must take them into account
  3. Preschool age (3 years - 6.5 years)
    Preschool age (3 years - 6.5
  4. EARLY AGE (FROM 1 YEAR TO 3 YEARS)
    Having been born, the child is separated from the mother physically, but is biologically associated with her for a long time. At the end of infancy, acquiring some independence, it becomes biologically independent. The situation of the inextricable unity of the child and the adult begins to collapse - the situation “We,” as L.S. called it Vygotsky. But the next stage - the psychological separation from the mother - begins already in
  5. Anatomical and physiological features of the respiratory system of children under the age of 7-12 years.
    The features of the upper respiratory tract in children and their clinical significance are well known: the long incompleteness of the formation of the paranasal sinuses, the latitude and gaping of the Eustachian tube, the easy involvement of lymphoid pharyngeal formations in the inflammatory process, and other features. However, the educational literature does not fully cover the pathophysiology of the middle and lower airways
  6. Benefits for caring for a sick child and a child under the age of 3 years in the case of a mother and a disabled child under the age of 16
    Article 17. The right to allowance for caring for a sick child, for a child under 3 years of age in case of illness of the mother. The right to allowance for caring for a child under the age of 14, for caring for a child under the age of 3 years in case of illness of the mother, has a working mother or father or another working relative who is actually caring for the child, as well as working
  7. Youthful age (17-18 - 23 years). General characteristics of age
    Youthful age (17-18 - 23 years). general characteristics
  8. 1 to 3 years
    Perhaps the funniest age of the child has come. At this age, children can do a lot, are very curious, they are interested in everything that is needed and not needed. The child is now very mobile and just restless. This is a funny sight. Some parents think, once the baby has matured :, has matured and less attention can be paid to him. This is absolutely wrong. At this age, children require even more attention. Here
  9. The crisis of three years (2.5 - 3.5 years)
    The crisis of early childhood or the crisis of three years on the part of their symptoms or manifestations is described in sufficient detail both in Russian and in foreign psychology. The main symptoms of the crisis are three years. Negativism is the first symptom that characterizes the onset of a crisis. With negativism, all the child’s behavior is contrary to what adults offer him. Moreover, the child does not want
  10. IV. From 1 year 9 months to 2 years.
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  11. Early childhood (from 1 year to 3 years)
    At the very beginning of this period, a contradiction arises: the child’s activities are contrary to the emotional nature of his communication. A common object of activity of the child and adult appears. Activities with him cannot be carried out in the process of direct-emotional communication. Orientation-testing activity of the child requires a new communication system - language. Since there is
  12. Early childhood (from 1 year to 3 years)
    Having been born, the child is separated from the mother physically, but is biologically associated with her for a long time. At the end of infancy, acquiring some independence, it becomes biologically independent. The situation of the inextricable unity of the child and the adult begins to collapse - the situation “We,” as L.S. called it Vygotsky. But the next stage - the psychological separation from the mother - begins already in
  13. ADOLESCENCE (13 - 16 years old)
    The adolescent period is not distinguished in all societies, but only with a high level of civilization. Industrial development leads to the fact that more and more time is required for public and professional education of children and, accordingly, the expansion of the framework of adolescence. The literature describes under different names: adolescent, transitional, puberty, puberty,
  14. Early age (1-3 years)
    Early age (1-3
  15. ADOLESCENCE (FROM 11 TO 15 YEARS)
    Adolescence is associated with the restructuring of the child's body - puberty. Some children enter adolescence earlier, others later, a puberty crisis can occur at 11 or 13 years old. Beginning with a crisis, the entire period is usually difficult for both the child and adults close to him. Therefore, adolescence is sometimes called protracted
  16. Adolescence (11-15 years)
    Adolescence is associated with the restructuring of the child's body - puberty. And although the lines of mental and physiological development do not go parallel, the boundaries of this period are rather vague. Some children enter adolescence earlier, others later, a puberty crisis can occur at 11 and 13 years old. Beginning with a crisis, the entire period is usually difficult for the child,
  17. ADOLESCENCE (FROM 11 TO 15 YEARS)
    Adolescence is associated with the restructuring of the child's body - puberty. And although the lines of mental and physiological development do not go parallel, the boundaries of this period vary significantly. Some children enter adolescence earlier, others later, a puberty crisis can occur at 11 or 13 years old. Beginning with a crisis, the entire period is usually difficult for the child,
  18. CHILD CARE UNDER 3 YEARS OLD
    Section 13. Right to benefit. Families, as well as adoptive parents, guardians raising children of a specified age, have the right to childcare benefits until they reach the age of 3 years. Section 14. Amount of allowance. The allowance is assigned in the amount of 120% of the minimum wage established in the republic and is paid monthly from the date of issuing parental leave
  19. ABOUT ELDERLY AGE (51-65 YEARS)
    {foto62} Whatever life teaches us, But the heart believes in miracles. There is non-decreasing power, There is imperishable beauty. And the withering earthly Flowers will not touch the unearthly, And from the midday heat the Dew will not dry out on them. And this faith will not deceive the One who only lives by it, Not everything that flourished here will fade, Not everything that was here will pass! But this faith is for few
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