Differences between the child sneak and the informant child
Children always like to please adults and when they grow up, from 3 years when they already have a well-established language and are able to differentiate good and evil , they can become informant children of everything that happens around them . Children have a high sense of justice and when they s
Children always like to please adults and when they grow up, from 3 years when they already have a well-established language and are able to differentiate good and evil , they can become informant children of everything that happens around them . Children have a high sense of justice and when they see that something is not right, they quickly go to the adult to bring order to the situation, and this is really fine.But children who report can go from being informers to informers ... what is the difference between one and the other? The difference lies
in the intention with which they inform the adult .Differences between the child sneak and the child informer
1. The child sneak when something happens will decide whether to say it or not
depending on the benefits or consequences that may have what has happened to himself . That is, depending on whether it is beneficial or not for him, the sniffer child will tell what happens to the adult or not. También 2. Also, the sneaky child will say that something happens in order to accuse another childand see the consequences of the other child's act as a spectator. A sneaky child must have a certain mischief in order to decide what he wants to inform about what he prefers to keep for himself. Usually from 6 or 7 years, when they are able to know what to say and what to keep quiet. Por 3. On the other hand,
a child informer when he informs the adult what he wants to do is impart justice whatever may have happened, even if it can directly affect him. A child informer begins early, at age 3 when he tells his mother or father everything that comes to mind that has happened in school to communicate openly. Also, the informant child will be the one who reports what does not seem right or when something is wrong with the adult. Por 4. For example, a sneaky child is one in the schoolyard who goes to the playground teacher to tell that a child is playing with others and that he has pushed another (even unintentionally) to punish him. A child informer will only go to the adult to inform if the push has been on purpose and the child who has been pushed is having a bad time. As adults, it is very important that you have a good reaction to both situations, but in case a child is a sneak you will have to explain to them that they do well to tell the adults what has happened, but that they should
inform whenever necessary differentiating what is wrong from what is not or has been unintentionally.