What to Tell the children about the Victory Day
Day of Victory in the Great Patriotic War - a sacred holiday. It is a day of great joy and pride, but also a great sorrow, as the victory went to our nation horrible, incredibly high price. Time inexorably, are fewer and fewer participants in this great war. And for the new generations of the May Day 1945 - a distant and not very clear abstraction. That is why the older generations have a special responsibility to leave the memory of that day.
It is necessary that children know that they are - citizens of the state, who has made the greatest contribution to the defeat of Nazi Germany, we knew what the price went to our people a peaceful life, and honored the heroism of their ancestors. Very well said AS Pushkin: "Proud of the glory of their ancestors is not only possible, but necessary. Not respect thereof, have shameful cowardice! "How better to tell children about the Victory Day? It depends on many factors, primarily the age of the children. Try to pick up the words to make it clear and interesting, and the hold of the serious details - all the time. If your city is a monument to fallen soldiers, carefully slide your back kid, put flowers. Tell him that this monument raised in honor of the brave men who defended the land on which he walks today. Briefly describe the reasons for the war and its course. If your family were war veterans, you keep them medals, awards will certainly show your child, explain whom and for what they were given. If preserved letters from the front - be sure to read aloud to their child with comments. To focus here on what: all our citizens want to live in peace and quiet, but they had to go to war to save their homeland from the cruel and powerful enemy. Including fought his predki.Postaraytes to before the child reached the main thing: it was very hard, terrible war, but our people have survived and won. And this victory contributed to his great-grandfather and great-grandmother to the children of today could easily, no one afraid to live, to grow, to learn in our country. He should be proud of them. You can check out the baby poems, stories about the war, or to show the film. To do this, select the appropriate age -So, where there are no particularly difficult scenes. Try also, that the child understood: our ancestors fought not with the German people, and with his criminal government.