The family is a natural group in which stereotypes of interactions arise over time. These stereotypes create a family structure that defines the functioning of its members, delineates the range of their behavior and facilitates interpersonal contacts between them. One or another viable family structure is quite significant both for the full performance of its main functions, and for solving personally significant tasks — to maintain individuality, while creating a sense of belonging to the whole. Continue reading
Winter is the best time for crafts with children. Shreds of fabric, shiny foil, paints and natural materials will help you with this. However, even if the weather outside the window and you are not stocked up with any materials, you can still do creativity from what is always in the house: pieces of cardboard, colored paper and glue.
Probably the most favorite winter craft – which of us in childhood did not cut snowflakes from old newspapers or tissue paper? Continue reading