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Imagination takes a leading role in children’s fears and is, as we approach the three years (when imagination becomes richer and achieves a higher degree of development) which is boosted the emergence of fear of the dark, monsters, ghosts, thieves, among others. This is one of the most common fears among children, being transversal to various cultures and civilizations. Usually occurs between the third and sixth year of child’s life, and is usually overcome by the entrance to the school. Occurs focussing at bedtime, at which time the child feels “unprotected” when faced with the physical separation of parents as well as with the presence security that this offers.
“All children have the right to a name and an identity”
We are all special, we all have different characteristics from one another. The hair color, skin color, eye … the essential thing is learn to live with and accept these differences.
We all have a life story and identity.
(game psychomotor and name identification)
Some students from the music conservatory came to visit our school and present some musical instruments for students.
see, and try to hear the sound of instruments as varied as violoncello, viola, electric guitar and the organ was a fantastic experience for the students.
Everyone was very attentive and interested, Molly was placed on top of the organ to be able to see and hear better .
Meeting in Portugal
Children of Early Childhood Education the Agrupamento de Escolas de Porto de Mós – EB1/JI Corredoura (Portugal) and the School Tremañes (Spanish State) wrote their collaborative story. The protagonists are monsters, of course. If you read the story you will find that in the project VMM monsters and friendship is the same thing 🙂