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2020-10-27T07:27:21.801Z

Along with the joy of returning to the education frameworks for the little ones, there is also a fear that the adjustment process will push aside the educational content that is taught in the kindergartens. Hani Kisos, director of the School for Development and Education for Children with Special Needs, explains what you can do at home so that your child grows up to be tolerant of others.



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This is how you will teach your children to accept the other

Along with the joy of returning to the education frameworks for the little ones, there is also a fear that the adjustment process will push aside the educational content that is taught in the kindergartens.

Hani Kisos, director of the School for Development and Education for Children with Special Needs, explains what you can do at home so that your child grows up to be tolerant of others.

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Tuesday, 27 October 2020, 09:18

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In the video: Facilitations in closure - kindergartens opened, mileage limit removed (Photo: Reuters)

It may be too early to rejoice, but it seems that the celebrations returning to the gardens last week were not far from the celebrations of September 1st.

Some parents are excited about returning to routine and some believe that returning to routine will not last long, but everyone agrees that during this confusing period, all the children need is warmth and confidence.

These days, when kindergarten teachers are mainly involved in helping with adjustment, hugs and trying to get the children back to routine, it seems that some of the content and education for values ​​has been pushed into a corner.

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Studies show that there is significant importance in integrating children with special needs into regular kindergartens, and that this integration is a catalyst for leading them to a normative routine.

The most significant benefit, and the ultimate goal for those children is exposure to the real and natural world of peers and their preparation to be integrated into a normal community and daily routine identical to that of any child.

When children with special needs and normal children are combined, they eat, sleep and play together.

Thus the special children have a kind of role model and the way to integrate into a shorter community, and ordinary children get to accept the different in the most authentic way.

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In all recent months, however, children studying in integration settings have been cut off from exposure to children with special needs.

These children have become accustomed and privileged to accommodate and get to know different populations from them, to cope with helping others and imparting basic life skills which seem to us to be a matter of routine, but this has been more than half a year, all of which are actually avoided by the Corona.

For example, they do not help provide instruction for games that different children do not know.

They do not get to teach the special children what a turn in the game is, and how to sit and stand in the song "Cake Cake", which can lead to the lack of acceptance of the other.

Added to all this is the fact that at the moment, content that deals with the integration and acceptance of the other is being pushed into a corner, due to the kindergarten teachers' desire to help children adjust and return to routine.

Content that deals with the integration and acceptance of the other is pushed into a corner.

An empty garden (Photo: Reuven Castro)

For several months now, tips and activities for children have been published in the media, so that parents can spend time with the children in the closure, without them "climbing the walls."

It is important to remember that apart from art kits that now fill the house and alongside returning to the gardens, one should continue to educate and convey values, virtues and all the good things that have now been cut short.

This is how you will do it right

We have collected some activities that every parent can prepare at home with existing games or with the help of a few pages, so that the children at home will learn to accept the other, even if they are not exposed to them as usual:

  • Doll simulation: You can take dolls, Lego or Playmobil figures and together with the children change the figures, for example you can make wheelchairs and add to some of the figures or take out some of the Lego figure so that you look different from the rest.

    You can then humanize the characters and play.

  • Preparing a slightly different memory game: We will cut squares of pages and make identical but different cards, ie the same animal / child / object, with the other card having something slightly different.

  • Reading books: It is very important that books with messages of acceptance of difference are placed on the bookshelf.

    I recommend "Something Else" (by Catherine Kiev, English: Yehuda Atlas), "Wonder" (by Rag Palacio) and "Itamar Meets a Rabbit" (By: David Grossman).

  • Monopoly: Make cards of a new destination and paste on an existing destination on the board, for example: a special education school or kindergarten that combines ordinary children with children with special needs of the "Flower" network, or a volunteer center.

  • Sudoku children: 4 photographs of ordinary children and different children (for example with crutches or hearing aids), with each line and each column supposed to have all four.

  • Recommended movies with identical messages: "Shrek", "Wonder" and "Monster School".

The favorite game can be enlisted for an educational purpose.

Monopoly (Photo: shutterstock)

These days, when children do not meet children different from them, it is very important to teach and convey these meaningful messages mainly to condemn those recently published cases of children being subjected to degrading treatment due to being different and also so that when we all walk the streets without restrictions, special children will feel equal.



Hani Kisos is the principal of Givotim and Farah Gardens in Elad, Israel's leading national network for development and education for children with special needs.

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