Solaleh Javaneh

Through Fereshteh and Farmaniyeh neighborhoods, through busy streets, we step into a alley, one of the alleys of this city, this colorful city. We wanted to have a place, a corner, a corner for ourselves. To find others who have concerns of a mankind, think about something from a different perspective, not looking for intelligence and talent and upbringing and being the first, but getting forward in the path of movement, attitude to have a good mood, the future generation .and influence in the world …
At the end of Shahab Alley, before reaching Avand bookstore, an alley called Roshandan became the light of our path and we made love in a house with a red gable. A love that, like the feathers of honesty, friendship, and kindness, golden and fluffy, flowed on the wings of women and sprouted a line, Solaleh Javaneh House…

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We say home!
Those who have come say that it is like our own home. Warm and full of energy, you take off your shoes, and put on comfortable clothes, like an evening and family gathering, mothers and teachers and children talked together and their laughter filled the space of the house by reading poetry and listening to stories and group games. Just like a comfortable and clean house, where our hearts are full and after every trip, worry and distance, we want to rest in it. Where parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles are invited and we welcome them with pride to plant the seeds of security and affection for our children in our home. A place where our children live a real life with a collective mind, a life with play, learning, trial and error, exploration, and curiosity that is truly their nature and they enjoy.
In this house, we and the teachers do not work, we live. In this house, we do not feel the passage of time and with beating hearts we strive for the happiness and mental health of others. We live with all our beings. Home (Solaleh) is our safe home and children and others…

Childhood is one of the most important periods in every person’s life. The period of rapid growth and development plays an important role in the next stages of life. Physical development usually occurs at a relatively constant and predictable rate. The child’s cognitive and intellectual development and growth will be possible in the shade of meeting his basic needs. After physiological needs such as food, clothing, and housing, the first need is Knowledge. As children, we question everything to the extent that adults cannot; Sometimes, both in the answer and in the fact that questions can arise in our minds about everything. The child is extremely curious and confused. He/She not only knows that he/she doesn’t know, but he/she is satisfied that he/she didn’t. But he/she tries hard to achieve his/her wishes and perseveres because he/she suffers from not knowing. As age increases, curiosity decreases and the child needs to know the world around him/her more and more objectively.
The second need of a child is the need to enjoy. The need for pleasure is the greatest motivation for his/her relaxation. This property is such that it does not consider other considerations and only seeks pleasure. The third need is the need for goodness. The child strongly feels the need for good, he realizes good and bad from the very age of childhood, and sometimes the child sees that he has achieved pleasure, but this pleasure was created in him by doing evil to another person. The need for goods must be fulfilled in the child. Some kind of moral education should be given to them

6 to 9 Month

Focusing on basic basic movements such as swimming, rolling, sitting, crawling

3 to 6 Month

Strengthening the sense of sight, getting to know the evolution of images and understanding the differences

0 to 3 Month

15 to 18 Month

Focus on movement such as building roads, passing through tunnels, and carrying objects

12 to 15 Month

Focus on movement such as building roads, passing through tunnels, and carrying objects

9 to 12 Month

Focusing on the delicate muscles of the arms and legs and the basic basic movements such as standing with support and taking a few steps

2 to 2/3 Years

Focusing on aesthetics and art - tactile sensitivities and strengthening the fine muscles of the hands and fingers

21 to 24 Month

Focus on individual skills - self-care and social interactions

18 to 21 Month

Focusing on cognitive mental domain and secondary motor skills

2/9 to 3 Years

Focus on pretend and symbolic play - occupations and problem solving

2/6 to 2/9 Years

Familiarity with occupations and pretend games

2/3 to 2/6 Years

Focusing on pretend games - strengthening the cognitive domain and advanced movement skills such as jumping, climbing, and holding objects

3 to 3/6 Years

Focusing on the process of separating the mother from the child, advanced hand muscle skills, creating structures, and finally separating from the parents.