|Title:||Disciplining Young Children (Skills for Teens Who Parent)|
|Format:||azw lit rtf doc|
|ePUB size:||1978 kb|
|FB2 size:||1440 kb|
|DJVU size:||1837 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Capstone Press (September 1, 2000)|
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book by Kristin Thoennes Keller. A guide for teenage parents that defines discipline, explains child temperaments, and gives advice on how to avoid problem behaviors and what to do when they occur.
Disciplining a preschooler requires a combination of art and science. It also requires some serious agility. Stay one step ahead by being mindful of situations that are likely to be difficult for your child. Most preschoolers struggle to manage their behavior when they're hungry, overtired, or overwhelmed. With young children, it's best to keep things simple and specific. Establish healthy communication practices.
By now you've laid the groundwork. Your child knows what's expected and that you mean what you say about the penalties for bad behavior. Don't let down your guard now - discipline is just as important for teens as it is for younger kids. Just as with the 4-year-old who needs you to set a bedtime and enforce it, your teen needs boundaries, too.
The ability of young children to manage their emotions and behaviors and to make meaningful friendships is an important prerequisite for school readiness and academic success. Socially competent children are also more academically successful and poor social skills are a strong predictor of academic failure.
Cognitive skills of young children are an important factor in explaining success later-on in life. Skill attainment at one stage of the life cycle raises skill attainment at later stages of the life cycle (Cunha et a. 2006). Cognitive ability affects the likelihood of acquiring higher education and advanced training, and the economic returns in terms of wages and quality of jobs (Heckman & Masterov, 2007; Cunha et a.
Helping Young Children to Develop Emergent Literacy Skills. Young children must develop skills in a wide range of areas, including tactile, fine motor, listening & attention, concept, and book & story. This chart shows a variety of prerequisite skills and concepts that will help future braille readers to be successful.
18 easy coping skills for children and teens. Great replacement behavior strategies to reduce stress. Do you have students who seem routinely unkempt? While a lack of resources, such as soap, shampoo, or even running water can lead to a student looking disheveled. A lack of grooming can also be a sign of depression or severe stress. Create a Coping Skills Booklet: Easy Peasy Steps: Cut two sheets of plain paper into 1/4 sections.