Child’s imagination and story
According to Baz Dan, quoted by Qanun newspaper:
Storytelling and storytelling are of great value and importance. The story can convey many concepts to the child’s world due to the attraction, beauty and motivation of curiosity. The indirect method of conveying concepts not only helps to absorb concepts better and faster into the child’s mind and language, but also makes their understanding more objective and simple. For this reason, the story can be considered one of the most serious and fundamental ways of conveying concepts to the world of the audience, especially children.
Stories allow children to experience a new world through imagination, as well as learning and recognizing characters, events, conflicts, and solutions. They even play a major role in shaping children’s moral and personality principles because the story tells them. Experience learns life. It teaches them how to make decisions in the face of adversity and how to use opportunities correctly and in a timely manner.
But how do these things happen ?! Just when you start the story and you think that your silent child is listening to your story alone, he wears the costume of the protagonist and from the very beginning of the story, he plays the role of all the characters in your story. He runs with them, he tries with them. You grieve with them and look at them at the same time. It falls with them when it falls and rises with them when it rises.
Through this twinning, he experiences what did not happen and prepares to deal with them in reality. Know the meaning of values and know their value and vice versa. In this way, he lays a solid foundation for the building he will have in the future.
In fact, the child, through his strong twinning power, can open his mouth to protest even when the protagonist fails, and demand the right to be right, and to know and experience such protest, right-seeking and right-seeking in a healthy environment that He has the right to comment and protest, and this greatly reduces the possibility of him becoming an aggressive child.
“Children need a story,” writes Bruno Bettelheim. These elements are mostly understood as wonderful things because the child deeply understands their feelings, hopes and fears and realizes their value without being interpreted and explained in the light of rationality that is still outside the child’s abilities. Research is included. Stories enrich and enchant the child’s life.
Stories, without our knowledge, form the institution of the character of the future and destiny, because their symbolic essence has an active and powerful presence in the center of our being, unlike their forgotten face.
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