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  • Dance dramatization of the fairy tale The wolf and the seven little goats in the preschool period

    Dance and theatre are two areas that are extremely important for comprehensive development of the child. Activities related to dance and theatre help the child to relax and acquire a number of skills, abilities and knowledge. Dance dramatization is a way to connect dance and theatre into one unit. To this end, we could compare the process of creating a dance dramatization with the process of producing a theatre performance. The purpose of the thesis is to conduct a case study and then moni...

    Self concept of blind and partially sighted children and children without seeing disabilities

    In the present thesis I have researched the self-concept of blind and partially sighted children, compared to self-concept of the children without such disability. A subject of my research was a group of primary school pupils between 8 and 15 years of age. The main goal of this research was to determine, whether there is or is not a difference in self-concept of blind and partially sighted subjects and their coevals who are not visually impaired. I was also interested in possible impact of ag...

    Early science at the stream

    The stream is a rich ecosystem that offers countless opportunities for experiential learning in a natural environment where children can explore nature and its principles. Natural environment is ideal for creative play of preschool children because it offers rich sensory experience as well as open-ended materials and objects. Children can only develop a positive attitude towards nature with constant interaction with the natural environment. The thesis explores the ideas of children aged fr...

    Park Tivoli: stimulating learning environment for a young child

    Children experience nature differently than adults. They enter into the nature more actively. For children nature represents not only the background, but the environment in which they taste, touch, smell and hear things such as they really are (Wilson 2008). The graduation thesis discussed the importance of toddler living outdoors (in the park Tivoli). Most planned and systematic learning takes place in a preschool nursery. In graduation thesis I focused on teaching children of...

    Eating habits of preschool children

    Children gain their eating habits in the first years of their lives. Therefore it is essential to offer them a variety of food from an early age and to introduce them to healthy eating habits. The purpose of this diploma thesis is to determine what kind of eating habits preschool children have according to their parents' evaluation and whether there are any differences in eating habits between the two age groups (2 and 4-year-olds). 100 questionnaires were distributed to children's parents. T...
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