It is not known for certain whether the book of the American writer Alice Scott came across the eyes of the great Russian princess Ksenia Romanova. But the teddy bear presented to the girl in 1908 was as if copied from the pages of the first bestseller about the adventures of a soft toy. General of the Russian army Georgy Romanov, a teddy bear was interested in one of the campaigns. It was an unusual scarlet color and attracted a glance of bright colors. Arriving home for Christmas, the prince handed the bear’s toy to his daughter, noting that the tsarevich’s bears were sewn from traditional brown plush.
HISTORY ABOUT THE TEDDY BEAR ALFONSO FROM THE TSAR’S FAMILY
The story goes that Ksenia Romanova carried a soft bear with her through her whole life, making him her personal talisman. Continue reading
If you think that the child is inclined to musical creativity, or wants to give him a chance in the future to make it his career, then you can help your baby develop musical ear from an early age. This favorably affects the overall development and will add charm to the child at an older age. The development of musical hearing in children pays off handsomely in the future: the baby will be invited to amateur concerts, and he will receive maximum attention.
You can instill a taste for music and singing almost from birth (and someone else in a position listens to classical concerts). For this, there are various exercises and games – even rattles in the first months of life are useful for children to develop musical hearing. Continue reading