2 edition of Your child makes sense found in the catalog.
Your child makes sense
|Statement||With a contribution by Florence L. Swanson; foreword by Anna Freud.|
|LC Classifications||HQ769 .B85 1951|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||51033102|
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Excerpt from Your Child Makes Sense: A Guidebook for Parents Should we cater to the child. The defiant baby Why do children continue to Your child makes sense book. Repetition as a means of learning, as a means of aggression, Are there any children who are naturally bad When the child feels hurt, he wants to hurt others The child may hurt himself.
About the PublisherCited by: 1. This book is all about determining which sense is dominant in your child, and using this knowledge to better interact, and make your life easier. It is geared towards young children under age 5. I found it very interesting, and very informative/5.
While children have an inherent drive to make sense of their reality, parents have a unique opportunity to harness their children’s curiosity and channel it into a love of learning. Playful learning is the magic that takes place when we meld a child’s sense of joy and /5(43).
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This is critical to the learning process." How to Shop Smart To help make sense of the many "learn to read" CDs, Web sites, and toys available, ask yourself these questions: Is the program age-appropriate?
(Is the font size suitable for your child?“It gives them a comforting sense of order and predictability,” Dietrick says. Since little kids love routines and repetition so much, create charts of your child’s morning and bedtime rituals.
Then have your child check off the steps as he does them — an important lesson in breaking up a bigger chore into smaller, more manageable ones. In his book How to Choose the Sex of Your with a 39% success rate in choosing the sex of your child.
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