The child's right to play, to play and to recreational activities.…
The child's right to play, to play and to recreational activities.
Early childhood is the vital stage from 0 to 8 years
The fundamental bases of human development: physical, psychological, social, emotional
Provide support for survival, growth,
development and learning of the child - what comprises taking care of their health, nutrition
and hygiene, as well as their cognitive, social, physical and affective development
Person, social subject of rights from birth
The initial / preschool / nursery / infant education (Infant education) within the education system
With the intervention of the family, it contributes to the formation of
learning, the development of intelligence and the personality of the child.
Child education is known as the educational intervention that takes
carried out intentionally and systematically
Evidence from neuroscience is strengthening the value of the child's first three years
Fight against poverty and hunger
Improvement and universalization of primary education
Improvement of health, reduction of infant mortality
Child education must guarantee:
Have the political will to guarantee the exercise of children's rights
and his family
Universalize child education with quality and comprehensive care as a right
The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CDN)
The role of independent national institutions of rights
human rights in the promotion and protection of children's rights
HIV / AIDS and the rights of the Child
The right of the child to protection against corporal punishment and other forms of cruel or degrading punishment
The rights of children with disabilities
The right of the child to rest, leisure, play, recreational activities, cultural life and the arts is very important in the comprehensive care of the child.
The game is universal and constitutes a key element in children's development.
motor development, cognitive, affective, social development of cognitive abilities: attention, concentration, memory, language, creativity and logical reasoning
Physical play has also been associated with areas of brain development
(frontal lobes) that are responsible for cognitive and behavioral control
There are studies that directly connect the game to literacy and language, and to mathematics
Rest is part of health and well-being; advocates for the child to sleep
enough to regain energy.
Recreation, cultural life and the arts