Isora Hernández Jiménez, an educator very loved by children and recognized for her more than 40 years dedicated to early childhood. Music, dances and poetry graced the day yesterday Friday at the Children’s Circle Saltarines of 2000, in Matanzas city, where the provincial cultural gala took place in greeting to the 60th anniversary of the… Continue Reading »
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Like every morning they do gymnastics. To the sound of the keys they extend their hands, jump and smile. The sweet voice of the teacher Clarita makes them feel at home. During these days, when celebrating the 60th anniversary of the creation of nursery schools, the educator tells of her experience in this great house, … Continue Reading »
We enter a world of fantasy and charm, as this April 2nd is dedicated to the International Children’s and Young People’s Book Day, whose celebration coincides with the date of birth of the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen, author of the famous stories The Ugly Duckling, The Little Mermaid and The Lead Soldier, among others…. Continue Reading »
29 years after the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) adopted and put into force the Convention on the Rights of the Child, of which Cuba is a signatory state, the Caribbean island is recognized as a model nation in compliance with this legal instrument and for exhibiting favorable indicators in terms of legal… Continue Reading »
Neither children’s crying, nor their hyperactivity makes us less sensitive to their contagious tenderness. But, more than sensitivity cases, kids require too much attention, which covers their education and the full development of their abilities.