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How to Teach Kids Math While They Enjoy Christmas

I don't know about you, but at home we look forward to Christmas. We are one of those who make the letter to the Three Kings in September, we buy things for the menu in October (then prices go up a lot) and we put up the Christmas tree in November (and we don't do it before because our room is very small) .
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Wonderful Christmas Riddles Advent Calendar for Kids

December 1 is one of the most anticipated days of the year. That because? Because the advent calendars begin! To this day, this plan continues to be the perfect excuse to spend a little bit of each day doing something special until Christmas arrives. On this occasion, we propose an advent calendar of riddles to do with the children.
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How to manage emotions at Christmas with children

What is Christmas to you? What does this time of year mean to you? What would be the most suitable synonym for you? Give it some thought before answering with a single word. I imagine that depending on your personal situation, your social condition or your age, among other factors, you will perhaps answer joy, sadness, gratitude, solidarity, humility.
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How to teach children to work love at Christmas

Love is nothing, but in turn, love is everything. Love is solidarity, love is generosity, love is humility ... For all this it is so important that we work on this feeling and this emotion from a young age with our children. We have to do it every day, from the moment we get up, until we go to bed, but if there is a time when we can teach children to work on love and that is Christmas.
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The special Christmas gift from a mother to her children that you will copy

& 39; For the sake of my children & 39 ;. This is what has led a mother to rethink what her little ones' Christmas gifts would be this year. Consoles? Videogames like Fornite? Remote control cars? The latest generation mobile? No, she wanted something different and, above all, something that would last in time (if possible 12 months of the year, 365 days) and that will be marked in the hearts of her offspring.
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