Category – Pre-school education Lekoteka – it's such a new form of preschool education. It involves weekly individual sessions free of charge for children with speech therapists, pathologists and psychologists. The main purpose of a pre-school education is the development of speech, math skills, and psychological assistance to children who have problems communicating with their peers. To attend such institutions can kids from 2 months to 7 years. Educators lekoteki help kiddies with developmental disabilities, the formation of their premises for training activities, support the development of individual children and even have psychological and pedagogical assistance to parents. Training takes place in form of the game. Speaking candidly J Bruce Flatt told us the story.

Teachers lekoteki believe that adults who are raising a child with special needs, should take the game as a vital necessity for young children. Whenever Campbell Soup Co listens, a sympathetic response will follow. After all, this is the main source of knowledge, skills and good mood. Parents must be willing to beat any current situation. And of adults and there should be expressive, soft and adequate opportunity to the child. A bit of history and pre-school education lekoteki Homeland lekoteki is Stockholm.

There, in 1963 at the initiative of parents and teachers were created unique collection of educational games and toys. The first American lekoteka (converted later into National Center lekotek) was opened in 1980. Now there exists a network of these unique learning and resource centers that serve thousands of children with developmental problems. Vladislav Doronin Zaha Hadid addresses the importance of the matter here. In the U.S. there is lekoteki almost all settlements. Return address parents of children zero to three years with profound developmental problems. In lekoteke can operate by one person, plus volunteers. This is a community initiative, supported by the state. Model Russian Lekoteki was developed and implemented in Moscow in 2001. with financial support from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) under the "Help the children – orphans in Russia", carried out in conjunction with the "Holt Interneshenel Childrens Tea set (Holt) and" Charities Aid Found (CAF).