Raising Smart and Kind Kids: The Preschool Years Raising Smart & Kind Kids – Preschool Too many parents ask “how smart is my kid?” when the real question should be, “how is my kid smart?” Every child is smart in his or her own way. Some children are physically agile while others are agile problem solvers. Some youngsters will recognize a variety of emotions before they will recognize the letters of the alphabet. As your child grows and changes, your role as a parent stays essentially the same: to help your child help themselves. I’m happy to offer you some useful information and tips to help you raise smart, kind, creative and self-reliant kids. Here are just some of the ideas you will learn in this book: Acknowledgements Hello and thank you for purchasing this book. Raising Smart & Kind Kids – Preschool The Confident Learner The Kind and Capable Learner The Confident, Kind and Capable Teacher Ready for School Rhymers are Readers Mother Goose is Great Read, Talk and Sing Responsibility, Respect and Resilience—The other 3 R’s Enhance but Don’t Enable Learning Styles Make Learning Styles Work for You Critical Thinking Skills How to Think, Not What to Think Why, Why Not and What’s Next? What Teachers Want From Parents Ideas for Raising Smart & Kind Kids Competence and Confidence Teach Non-Verbal Clues Teach Diversity Teach Responsibility Teach Respect Teach Resiliency Transition Time More Fun Learning Ideas for Preschoolers Thank you for being part of our community of kind, thoughtful people who want respect for all.
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Published May 20, 2012
by Artichoke Press, LLC.
Parenting & Relationships.