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  • Teaching children to fall

    No one who can walk has grown up without falling. This gives a lot of anxiety to parents. How to be? Of course, you can use a walker, hold the beginner to walk the kid for a scarf or hood, put on it, "reins".Adults are so calmer, but little of this tranquility is not enough for the kid. His movements are constrained, he does not feel his capabilities, he does not know the dangers and does not learn at all. .. to fall. Why do you need to be able to fall? Because parents will not always be there, and in any moving game, sports are often situations where the fall can not be avoided.

    • A terrain that has a smooth lift. It's a flat paved road leading uphill, or ramps of buildings. At lifting the child slightly bends forward, at descent - back. To successfully move through any terrain, the child must learn to move his center of gravity depending on the angle of inclination of a particular surface. In addition, when the baby goes down, he learns to walk faster. As the development of the vestibular apparatus, the speed of the child's walking will increase noticeably. The height of the rise should be increased gradually. As the vestibular and respiratory apparatus develops, the child will climb higher and higher slopes.

    • Crossed terrain. It can be forest, arable land, pasture with tall grass, sand dunes. Here the child will have an abundance of obstacles.

    Start with the terrain that causes the child to stop first, then carefully overcome

    How to teach to fall? The most important thing is not to disturb the child. Let the baby crawl on the floor, let him travel throughout the apartment on his own, - and he will certainly find some support to get up off the floor, and then fall down. Such attempts to get up, holding on to something, the children undertake many times. And many

    of these attempts fail - a fall. Let the baby learn how to fall! Your task is to ensure the safety of the fall: close the sharp corners, remove heavy objects that can fall on the baby, and just be close to support, console and smile at the little researcher.

    obstacle, but before that, make sure that the baby will be able to do it. Do not start with an insuperable situation for the child. The number of obstacles should be increased gradually, as the skills and skills of the baby improve.

    In this case, do not encourage the child to run. It is better to make longer walks on an increasingly complex terrain. Independently making its way through various obstacles, your child will learn to balance, moving the center of gravity from side to side or back and forth. In addition, he will learn to watch where to put his foot.

    All this will contribute to the development of his vestibular apparatus and, accordingly, the ability to maintain balance.