Presents babies in everyday situations from burping to breaking a sibling's toy, with flaps to lift to discover the right words to say, including "I'm sorry," "Excuse me," and "Thank you."
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- Author : Letitia Baldrige
- Publisher : Simon and Schuster
- Release Date : 1993-10-12
- Genre : Business & Economics
- Pages : 590
- ISBN : 9780892563623
Updates the classic guide to business etiquette with information on sexual harassment, diversity and plurality, ethics, and the special problems of female executives
- Author : Kathy Etringer
- Publisher : Teaching and Learning Company
- Release Date : 2010-09-01
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 128
- ISBN : 9781429117852
"Lessons that teach basic manners and social skills, including being grateful, complimenting others, coughing and sneezing, good sportsmanship, having a good attitude, lining up, listening, please and thank you, table manners, tolerance and understanding, and many, many more."--Pg. of cover.
This wonderful resource from two authors with an infectious enthusiasm for children's literature will help readers select and share quality books for and with young children. Specifically focused on infants through the third grade, Sharing the Journey contains descriptive book annotations, instructive commentary, and creative teaching activities tailored for those important years. Extensive book lists throughout will help readers build a library of quality children's literature. Books representing other cultures are included to help celebrate diversity as well as cultural connection. Genre chapters include poetry, fantasy, and realistic and historical fiction. A chapter on informational books demonstrates how young children can be introduced to, and learn to enjoy, nonfiction.
A breakthrough parenting book that redefines the meaning of 'geek' and inspires parents to free themselves and their kids from the 'culture of cool.' In a world of superficial values, peer pressure, and out-of-control consumerism, the world needs more GEEKS: Genuine, Enthusiastic, Empowered Kids. Today's 'culture of cool' has changed the way kids grow up. Rather than enjoying innocent childhoods while developing strong, authentic characters, today's kids can become cynical 'even jaded' as they absorb the dangerous messages and harmful influences of a dominant popular culture that encourages materialism, high-risk behaviors, and a state of pseudo-adulthood. Author and mother of four Marybeth Hicks suggests an alternative: bringing up geeks. In this groundbreaking book, she shows parents how they can help their children gain the enthusiasm to pursue their passions, not just the latest fashions; the confidence to resist peer pressure and destructive behaviors; the love of learning that helps them excel at school and in life; and the maturity to value family as well as friends, as well as make good moral decisions. With a foundation like that, kids will grow up to be the coolest adults.
Any parent knows the drill: you're having a nice day with your youngster, then suddenly - meltdown! How to react? Or not react? I Brake for Meltdowns offers parents welcome relief: an annotated listing of all the exasperating things little kids do and step-by-step advice on how to handle each situation. From ''Public Meltdowns'' to ''In Search of Sleep'' to ''Manipulators and Clever Cons,'' this book covers every bugaboo you've encountered or can imagine. What to do when your little one: Has difficulty sharing or taking turns.... Has a meltdown at the grocery store, in a restaurant, at a friend's house.... Won't eat what you made for dinner.... Screams like crazy when you head out the door at daycare or preschool.... Won't put his coat on.... Talks back to other adults.... Refuses to brush her teeth, clean her room, get in her car seat.... Constantly engages in self-criticism.... Keeps getting out of bed when it's time to go to sleep Rest assured even the best parents and best kids experience their share of meltdowns - it's part of growing up! With handy ''Been There'' stories from other parents, suggested language to use with your child, and ''What If ... (that didn't work)'' alternatives, I Brake for Meltdowns will save many parents who try their darnedest but need a cheat sheet for when they're stumped by their willful tykes.
- Author : Laurence Sargent
- Publisher : Council For Exceptional Children
- Release Date : 2011-01-01
- Genre : Education
- Pages : 324
- ISBN : 9780865864689
An update to Social Skills for School and Community, this timely new edition places a greater focus on teaching social skills in inclusive settings by creating learning opportunities in general education environments. The book contains 50 strategies for individual and small group instruction with follow-up strategies for facilitating maintenance and generalization. The strategies and lessons included in this manual are designed to address the needs of students who fall into the mild and moderate end of the spectrum of students with ASD and other developmental disabilities. The strategies encompassed in teaching students with ASD have wide-ranging value in addressing the social skills needs of students with other disabilities and those who are at-risk. The book contains an accompanying CD containing printable copies of assessment and evaluation checklists, homework forms, comic strips, photographs, and story sequences for teaching and reinforcing social skills. Additional resources include expression pictures and a file related to data collection and progress monitoring.
- Author : Karen Seberg
- Publisher : Key Education Publishing
- Release Date : 2010-05-18
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 240
- ISBN : 9781602689053
Instill a love of language in English Language Learners in grades PK–3 using Vocabulary Building Games and Activities. This 240-page book helps students build vocabulary to become successful English speakers. It provides dozens of strategies for teaching new words through storytelling, songs, and pictures books and includes more than 1,000 reproducible picture and word cards with a guide for selecting the appropriate words. The book also includes tips for supporting young English learners.
- Author : Kimberley Blaine
- Publisher : John Wiley and Sons
- Release Date : 2010-07-15
- Genre : Family & Relationships
- Pages : 256
- ISBN : 0470651474
Bullying is a widespread and concerning issue that affects children of all ages. Focusing on character education in the early years, this resource aims to prevent bullying before it starts. Educators can use this comprehensive framework and developmentally appropriate activities to teach young children compassion, conflict resolution, respect, and other positive, pro-social values as they cultivate a peaceful and supportive learning environment for all children. Judith Anne Rice is a keynote speaker specializing in character building. She is the author of several books and an early childhood family education teacher.
This book Soft Skills is like a companion, guiding the students, young men and women, at every step in the job market and corporate personnel.Soft Skills have become absolutely essential, both for the growth and success of an individual as well as the organization.
In Quirky, Yes—Hopeless, No, Dr. Cynthia La Brie Norall and Beth Brust present short lessons, structured around specific topics from A-Z that address the social challenges faced by Asperger's children and teens. Since everyday "people skills" do not come naturally to children with Asperger's, they need training in such simple activities as: • How to greet others and make eye contact •How to let go and move on to new tasks • How to cooperate and ask for help •How to pay compliments •How to discern someone's true intentions • How to handle teasing and bullying • How not to be rude. Based on Dr. Norall's twenty years of experience diagnosing and treating thousands with Asperger's, this book will share her insights gained from helping so many friendless Asperger's children become more approachable, less stuck, and finally able to make, and keep, a friend or two. "This is a fantastic book for helping people on the autism spectrum learn social skills."--Temple Grandin, author of The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's
Facilitate a love of language in children of all ages with Building Essential Vocabulary! This 96-page book includes more than 400 reproducible photo cards, games, puzzles, and activities that provide vocabulary instruction. The activities cover themes such as actions, colors, shapes, clothing, food, everyday objects, school tools, people, careers, toys, and family. This book is great for classroom activities as well as study and practice at home. The book supports NCTE, NAEYC, and NCTM standards.
A little book that teaches readers how to incorporate the message of Conversations with God into their daily lives In 1999, Neale Donald Walsch wrote three little books, each focusing on different areas of life: Neale Donald Walsch on Relationships, Neale Donald Walsch on Holistic Living, and Neale Donald Walsch on Abundance and Right Livelihood. In 2010, these three books were published in a single volume as Neale Donald Walsch’s Little Book of Life. Walsch describes this book as a thousand pages of dialogue in the Conversations with God series reduced down to a few salient points and a few very direct observations about how to render them functional. Readers can think of this book as either Conversations with God in a Nutshell or the Essential Conversations with God. Here are the basic principles for Satisfying personal relationships Living a joyful, harmonious life Discovering authentic prosperity Walsch’s words provide hope and help for readers living in particularly challenging times. This is indeed Walsch’s essential life guide for twenty-first century readers. “Walsch writes candidly about great questions of purpose, peace, and happiness that haunt humanity.” —Publishers Weekly