What you can know about your child through the cartoons you see
At first glance it is easy to see if the cartoons your child is watching are appropriate to their age or not, since the content of each chapter , and the way in which the characters are related will be more or less complex depending on the ages of the children to whom these drawings are directed. Be
At first glance it is easy to see if the cartoons your child is watching are appropriate to their age or not, since the content of each chapter, and the way in which the characters are related will be more or less complex depending on the ages of the children to whom these drawings are directed.
Bearing in mind that in childhood there are many stages in intellectual development (going through the most basic - in the first years of life -, even the most advanced), we can pay attention to your child's favorite drawings to know him a a little better.
And if you pay attention to it, you will get very valuable clues that will allow you to know the point where language learning is located.
I teach you what you can know about your child through the cartoons that you see with these simple steps. What you can know about your child through the cartoons you see
First of all, see if the drawings you are thinking about contain spoken dialogue, or rather they are characters that relate to each other through
various noises, onomatopoeia and gestures. It is good that there is dialogue, if so, what is the language in which the drawings are placed, if it is yourmother tongue
(or one of the languages you speak at home) or not, since not be so we will have to take into account if: - Your child coexists in some way with this language (in school, friends or neighbors, extracurricular ...). - I would like to tell you the name of the main characters.
- Hold the whole chapter or get tired and stop attending before it is over.
- If raise the volume
when making these drawings. The usual thing is that we need to increase the volume to better serve a language that we do not master well.
In case there is no dialogue between the characters, find out if it is a general rule and keep in mind how your child relates to others: do you choose to communicate with gestures before speaking? And, if so, does it correspond to your age? It is essential that you keep in mind that
your preferences reflect in one way or another your way of being, and for this reason any aspect that catches your attention thinking about cartoons can be transferred to your day to day. The most important thing for your intellectual development is that you can follow a dialogue or a story explained with words, because they are the ones that mark the
rhythm of the story and who organize the situation of the characters. Knowing a little more about your child's language is possible in this way. And if you have doubts do not keep them for yourself, check with a trusted