Wolverine is a wolf who wants to play with sheep. He would like to run and laugh with the flock, but the sheep are very afraid of him. Until one day, Wolverine dares to go down and befriends a little lamb. Do you want to know what happens? This story teaches children that appearances can be deceiving and that this fierce-looking wolf can actually have a big heart and be a lot of fun.
The rules of coexistence are a set of social norms that is as important to instill in children as teaching them the alphabet or eating with cutlery. These are the rules that ensure us live in peace and harmony, avoiding discord. Greet when you arrive, say goodbye when you leave, give thanks or ask for forgiveness are very simple rules of courtesy that children can acquire from an early age.
Attention all parents who have children of 7 years! Your turn has come! We are going to make a small list with all the things that children do at each age, so that you can have a reference and with the idea that you keep it in your mind as a beautiful memory. Now it is the turn of all the learning that 7-year-olds do.
At a time when almost all children have access to the Internet from a very young age, viral challenges are one of the most worrisome challenges parents have to face. These fashion games that are popularized through social networks, are often a danger to the health and well-being of children.
Representing plays is an activity that the little ones like. It is also ideal to do as a family or to use as a resource at school. And it is that scripts for short plays like the one we propose here make boys and girls let their imaginations fly at the same time that they are taught a lesson.
Newborn babies are more and more frequent with a malformation of the skull, which is known as plagiocephaly. Can this deformation of the skull be avoided? When it occurs due to intrauterine causes, the child must be directly subjected to treatment, but if the child is born without any alteration, the parents must pay special care to the head of the newborn baby to avoid malformations.