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Ky­ongsang Nurs­ery

Korea (English) - - CONTENTS - Ar­ti­cle: Kim Son Gy­ong

The nurs­ery, lo­cated in the best place in Ky­ongsang-dong, Cen­tral Dis­trict, Py­ongyang, was built in Juche 101 (2012) when the Changjon Street was con­structed.

A three-storeyed nurs­ery con­sists of rooms for breast-feed­ing ba­bies, tend­ing in­fants in the evening, ed­u­ca­tion, sleep­ing, a play­room, wad­ing pool, sick ward, dinning hall, teach­ing aids room and so on, all of which are well fur­nished for nurs­ing and up­bring­ing of the chil­dren and de­signed to their lik­ings.

The nurs­ery chil­dren are clas­si­fied by age, and teach­ers in charge are pay­ing fore­most at­ten­tion to tak­ing care of them like their moth­ers and bring­ing them up healthily. An em­pha­sis is given to the care of the chil­dren as re­quired by the hy­giene and anti-epi­demic stan­dards and their nu­tri­tion ac­cord­ing to the caloric in­take norms by age group.

Daily life of the chil­dren at the nurs­ery is strictly sched­uled and singing and danc­ing are the main part of it. In­tel­li­gence games and ob­ser­va­tion of things and phe­nom­ena are also en­cour­aged to de­velop their think­ing power.

Teach­ers are di­rect­ing at­ten­tion to find chil­dren with tal­ents and cul­ti­vate them. By do­ing so, the nurs­ery has pro­duced lit­tle math­e­ma­ti­cians and in­stru­men­tal­ists to give per­for­mances at na­tional TV stages for child prodi­gies.

The par­ents of nurs­ery chil­dren are very obliged to the teach­ers who de­vote their parental af­fec­tion to the chil­dren and foster their lit­tle tal­ents.

Photo: Ri My­ong Guk

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