Interesting facts about children

Dads determine how much the baby has grown in height, and mothers by weight.

In Europe, parents most often become people at the age of 29, if we compare with Russia, then in our country at about 20 years old, and in India - at 19 years old.

In 1910, in China, a case was recorded where children of eight and nine years old became father and mother, respectively.

The woman who set the birth record was a Russian peasant woman, the wife of a peasant in the Shuisky district, Fyodor Vasiliev, who was able to bear and give birth to 69 babies. This fact was recorded about 200 years ago. Moreover, she gave birth 27 times: 16 twins (twins, this is a world record), 7 triplets, 4 quadruples. 67 children survived.

Nigeria has the largest number of twins in the world, with one in every 11 births. Twins are the least likely to appear in Japan: one case in 250 births.

The Moroccan Sultan Ismail has the largest number of children in the world. He, like a real father, brings up 548 sons and 340 daughters. In his numerous harem, on average, a child was born every 20 days.

A newborn baby can see green and red, but cannot see blue.

The so-called "bear patrols" have appeared in police stations in Miami. Toy bears accompany police officers on patrols and often take action. If babies cry, these toys are used to calm them down.

More babies are born in test tubes in Australia than in any other country in the world.

The grip of a one day old baby is much stronger than that of a month old.

80% of women in Denmark give birth at home because they want to have healthy children.

15% of men who take a paternity test are not such for their children.

According to recent studies, babies who crawled actively in childhood are later and learn much easier than those who immediately got up and walked.

Italian scientists believe that the best time to conceive a boy in Europe is autumn. They explain this by the fact that the temperature of the air and the sun at this time helps the sperm Y to achieve optimal concentration.

Blond babies are more sensitive to weather changes than brunettes. The same goes for twins and premature babies. Especially acutely babies react to changes in the weather after illness, vaccinations and stress, as well as at the moments of the formation of immunity: up to 6 months and from 1 year to 2x

According to Japanese scientists, the more parents-to-be smoke, the higher the chance of having a baby girl. True, in order to achieve the result, you need to smoke at least 20 cigarettes a day. Think if it's worth ...

In Japan, two signs can be seen at bike stands next to schools. One depicts several neatly standing bicycles and the inscription: "This is how good children put bicycles." Another sign shows a pair of carelessly abandoned bicycles and another sign. What do you think? “Good kids don’t put bikes like that.”

About one in two thousand babies has one erupted tooth at birth. Basically, babies are born without teeth to reduce the likelihood of pain during feeding and to help the nursing mother not to reject the baby.

What is surprising is that a significant number of world leaders, including several emperors and dictators, were born with such a tooth cut. Among them were Julius Caesar, Hannibal, Charlemagne, Napoleon, Mussolini and Hitler.

The pain during breastfeeding may have caused the mother to react negatively to the baby, reduce the feeling of love, and even make him emotionally if not physically reject him. In turn, such maternal rejection and refusal could induce a person in adulthood to strive for gaining power over the world.

According to many pediatricians, babies raised on breast milk are more willing to eat a variety of foods after they are weaned than babies fed on artificial milk. This happens because breast milk tastes differently, while artificial milk always tastes the same.

In Moscow there is a closed Club of parents of "Indigo children". It is considered closed not because of elitism, it is just a necessary precaution. Because without understanding and, most importantly, prepared adults, a "star" child is always a black sheep among his peers.

Camel racing is extremely popular in Arab countries. And as jockeys they usually use three or four-year-old children. They are seated on the back of the camel, and he runs himself. Children are lighter than adults, besides they are frightened, shout loudly, and this drives the camels.

Sweden has a law that prohibits advertisements from targeting children under 12 years of age. It is believed that at this age children are easily suggestible and advertising can negatively affect their psyche.

On the territory of Ancient Persia, archaeologists have discovered a children's toy, recognized as the oldest. It is 3000 years old and is currently kept in the Louvre.

The well-known company "Lego", which produces children's designers, has produced so many of them that today there are 30 parts for every inhabitant of the Earth.

International Children's Day - June 1. And in the Seychelles this holiday lasts a whole month!

In Romania, the only kindergarten in the world has been created, where children are allowed to look after not only educators, but also bodyguards. For the guards there is a specially designated place for them, from where they vigilantly watch the offspring of their superiors. Also, all children have mobile phones to call their parents.

A child aged 4 asks on average almost 450 questions per day.

According to research by British scientists, children, who often deal with computers, learn mathematics much easier, and learn to read and write faster than their peers who do not interact with a computer.

In Japan, it is forbidden to use the words "bad" and "bad" in relation to children. For example, near Japanese schools you can see bicycle stands and two signs showing how “good kids put their bikes” and how “good kids DO NOT put their bikes”.

In Korea, the 9 months that the baby is in the womb are brought into the age. Therefore, according to documents, Korean children are always a year more than their peers from other countries, although there is no physical difference in age.

The expression "whipping boy" came from England. In the 15-18 centuries. here they brought up the crown princes and punished for offenses not themselves (it was strictly forbidden to beat the royal persons), but special boys who were brought up with them. As practice has shown, such punishment was very effective: since the prince was usually not allowed to play with anyone other than the whipping boy, a close emotional bond was established among the children.

In the 17th century, Louis XIV decided to take care of the education of his son and issued a decree to prepare an educational library of Roman and Greek classics, cleansed of obscenities and adapted to children's perception. There were so many books that the work was completed 28 years later, when his son no longer needed it.

A special substance is added to the plastic from which the Lego parts are made, which is well displayed on X-rays. This is done specifically in case the child swallows the part.

On April 15, 1987, seven million children officially disappeared in America. This was due to the requirement to identify children, thanks to which citizens received the right to pay less taxes. Before that, it was possible to put any number of children in the column "dependents", and the tax authorities took their word for it.

The expression "and a no brainer" became popular thanks to Soviet boarding schools for gifted children. Children who already had experience in a non-standard program studied in grades A, B, C, D, D, and the newcomers were assigned to classes E, F, I. Feeling their superiority, more experienced children called the newcomers "hedgehogs" and made fun of them : "This is a no brainer, not like us!"

In the United States, it has become very popular in recent years to name children after famous brands. So, girls are often called "Chanel" and "Armani", and boys - "Nike" and "Lexus".

If the mother has blood group I, the father has II, and the child is unexpectedly born with III, this does not mean at all that he is from another father. The child's blood group either matches the group of one of the parents, or equals the sum of their blood groups.

In China, due to the country's overcrowding, families are prohibited from having more than one child. Therefore, many Chinese couples, guided by the principle "if it is a child, then a boy, " terminated the pregnancy if the ultrasound showed a girl. As a result, there is now a catastrophic shortage of women in China - there are 20 million fewer of them than men.

A good pain reliever for kids is TV. While watching an interesting program or cartoons, children are distracted and stop paying attention to pain. This is successfully used by pediatricians.

By the age of 6 years, children have the most burns and injuries.

The skeleton of a newborn has about 270 bones, while an adult has a maximum of 213. Where do the rest go? Some bones grow together as they grow older and form a single bone. The number of bones differs even in adults - it depends on the individual characteristics of the organism.

King Henry VI of England was the first child to officially spank himself and chose a nanny for this purpose. He ascended the throne on September 1, 1422 at the age of nine months. His first royal decree was a thumbprint decree appointing "Lady Alice Butler as our nanny so that she may look after our person and punish us reasonably from time to time."

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began composing music at the age of 3.

In most languages ​​of the world, the words "mom" and "dad" have a similar sound. This is not due to the common origin of all languages, but to the fact that these words are the first word-like sounds uttered by babbling children.

In ancient Rome, rich patricians were served by boys during dinner, they wiped their hands on their hair.