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The Development of thinking and imagination of the child

Imagination makes our life colorful, emotional, unique, helps to move away from the usual stereotypes.

For the development of imagination invite your child to come up with a new story or some of its episode.

Let a “magic wand” that you will make a secret from the child, showing their skills and creativity. First you adults use it in different situations (help the Bunny to be invisible or, nobo­mouth, a giant; the Gingerbread man become wooden, etc.). Over time, trained the possession of the “magic wand”, your child will begin to act: to help the heroes of the tale, to rescue them from trouble. the “Magic wand” will help your child to create, the doing of good deeds, to dream, to develop imagination.

For the development of thinking, imagination and speech useful job for Association of two tales in one with a new storyline. It is a difficult task for you adults. After all, you need a logical place to introduce new characters into the storyline, twist, two, three

we have to come up with new content. In this case, active role play and speech, and a child’s imagination. When performing this task undoubtedly the leaders and organizers will be adults.

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