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Nobody can say with confidence that children should be taught at home or at any childrens institutions There are many different children and every one demand of education suitable only for him But for most of children the best way of learning the life is being in the childrens institutions Nobody would argue that contacts between children of the same age are very important for bringing your child up Such a contact is very important for playing entertaining and learning living with other people The harmonious living with other people to my mind is the first task for any man Lack of this harmony sets problems and troubles The children need space to run and make noise to jump and cry Do you or your neighbours allow these actions for your child If you live in town it is difficult to find a safe place to play Kindergartens give such a possibility They give space a lot of toys and constructions for physical exercises So if you have bad living conditions the kindergarten is the best way for you But if you have a large family with many children and enough space you may keep your child at home You should be sure that the child feels dressed and comfortable His brothers and sisters give him necessary contacts Its noticed long ago that children in big families are much more easy-tempered and calm They are located in more harmonic world than others Sometimes differences in age put troubles in contacts between children in large families Then it is better for child to be sent to the kindergarten school But if quarrels dont last for a long time everything is all right In general quarrels develop ability to cooperate with people They develop a personal initiative and force setting the balance In such a way the child gets lessons of life Addly the quarrels often take place in kindergartens and
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