What you should know about baby reading
When should I read to my baby, read some kind of book, how to read it?
Experts discuss with you!
QHow old can I watch TV and VCD?
How long can I watch?
A Although many doctors say not to let children watch TV too early, there is no clear answer as to how old they can start to watch.
First of all, when the child’s vision develops to be able to see things beyond 2 meters, and there is a TV to watch in this environment, the child will not be able to watch it involuntarily, because the sound and light of the TV are more suitable for the child.Other information is more attractive.
The child’s self-control ability is poor, all muscles are in the developmental stage, and it should not be tense.
Therefore, the most important thing is to let the child have frequent changes of activities, and not to keep the child’s visual distance always the same.
It is generally considered that children under 3 years old should not watch anything for more than 10 minutes, but in fact, the younger the age, the shorter the time.
Before the age of 3, some children seem to be inattentive, but in fact they are self-regulating, so don’t worry.
In addition, watching TV is a process of passively receiving information. Unlike reading, children are actively processing information at their own pace and speed. Therefore, some scholars worry that the generation used to watching TV will be more passive, lacking imagination, and not thinking enough.profound.
Taiwan education expert Dr. Huang Naiyu once stated that “don’t watch TV before children contact children’s books.”
Q I have bought some picture books every month since my son.
He is now 1 year and 2 months old, and although he can sometimes watch with me quietly, he often overlaps and tears books.
How can we make him read and not tear?
It is normal for a child of this age to tear a book. They generally do not intentionally destroy it, but want to participate.
Several general countermeasures can be adopted for torn books: 1.
Choose books that don’t rot.
Such as cloth books, cardboard books or foam material books.
2.Prepare more supplementary materials, such as glue, transparent plastic, etc. When asking for supplementary books, ask your child to participate.
In addition, if your child finds tearing paper fun, you can provide more discarded paper to make your child tear.
3．An example of loving children.
The way adults treat books often has a great effect on children, and children can imitate them.
For example, when you take the book, pay attention to the treatment book and whisper softly, just like you treat the object, “Where has the Dudu bear gone” and say “Goodbye to Dudu Bear” when you go out.
Gradually the child will take care of the book subtly.
Q Children love to imitate the naughty characters in the book. I wonder if I should stop him?
The first is to define “naughty”.
Those children, out of curiosity, imitate some new stuff and find it fun.
If it’s such a naughty, maybe not too nervous.
Naughtiness is a child’s nature.
As long as it meets the basic etiquette norms, it will not cause any harm to the children themselves and others. What does it matter if the children are naughty?
A naughty child is an active, imaginative child and a child-like child.
In daily life, parents pay more attention to the etiquette and basic ethics of treating their children to others, and how to prevent danger is more important than suppressing their “naughtiness”.
If “naughty” here means that the child is “learning bad”, then the crux of the problem may not lie in whether the child reads such a book, but in how we usually communicate with the child and whether the child has a basic judgment on things.
Whether a child “learns bad” does not mean that he sees it, or even whether he agrees with it.
Moreover, the child does not live in a vacuum, and even prevents the child from seeing such books, it is difficult to prevent him from seeing similar behavior elsewhere.
You have to be hard before you hit the iron. It is more important to practice your internal skills.