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The hidden gifts of the introverted child helping your child thrive in an extroverted world —Laney, Marti Olsen.
EBook
2005

Explains that introversion is not a disability, and how parents can help their child become the person he or she is meant to be and succeed in an extroverted world.

Raising children compassionately parenting the nonviolent communication way —Rosenberg, Marshall B.
EBook
2003

Insights and stories fill this invaluable resource for parents, teachers, and others who want to nurture children and also themselves. The tenets of 'Nonviolent Communication' are applied to a variety of settings, includ...

A moving child is a learning child : how the body teaches the brain to think (birth to age 7) —Connell, Gill.
Book
2014
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"Just as kids' bodies need specific nutrients for good health, they also need a balanced diet of physical activity to help them reach their potential. This book explains the learning link between the body and the brain a...

Megaskills building our children's character and achievement for school and life —Rich, Dorothy.
EBook
2008

MegaSkills is a remarkable achievement . . . what it means is that parents across the country are willing to stand' shoulder to shoulder with teachers in ensuring that our children have the best possible education. - Don...

Last child in the woods saving our children from nature-deficit disorder —Louv, Richard.
EBook
2008

Louv talks with parents, children, teachers, scientists, religious leaders, child-development researchers, and environmentalists to find ways for children to experience the natural world more deeply.

ASAP ages, stages, and phases : from infancy to adolescence : integrating physical, social, moral, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development —Fosarelli, Patricia D.
EBook
2006

The basic premise of the book is to better understand child development so that we can minister to the children and their families. Ages, Stages and Phases incorporates the most widely accepted developmental theories of ...

Welcome to your child's brain how the mind grows from conception to college —Aamodt, Sandra.
Ebook
2011

"How children think is one of the most enduring mysteries--and difficulties--of parenthood. The marketplace is full of gadgets and tools that claim to make your child smarter, happier, or learn languages faster, all buil...

Active baby, healthy brain 135 fun exercises and activities to maximize your child's brain development from birth through age 5 1/2 —Sassé, Margaret.
EBook
2010

Presents a collection of massages, exercises, and activities designed to stimulate an infant's brain development.

Anxiety-free kids an interactive guide for parents and children —Zucker, Bonnie.
EBook
2008

About one in ten children nationwide meet the criteria for an anxiety disorder. Research has shown that if left untreated, children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk for performing poorly in school, having being ...

Letting go of perfect overcoming perfectionism in kids —Adelson, Jill L., 1979-
EBook
2009

"This engaging, practical book is a must-have for parents, teachers, and counselors wanting to help children overcome perfectionism, raise self-confidence, lessen guilt, increase motivation, and offer a future free of ri...

MegaSkills for babies, toddlers, and beyond building your child's happiness and success for life —Rich, Dorothy.
EBook
2009

Designed for children aged 1 through 6, with different sections for each age group, this essential guide provides parents with hands-on techniques and fun activities to teach children the MegaSkills that will give them s...

Brain Games for Your Child Over 200 Fun Games to Play. —Fisher, Robert, 1943-
EBook
2011

Every child needs love and physical care, but also play that stimulates their thinking and helps boost their brain power. By playing with parents, grandparents and carers children can build their social and creative skil...

The 24/7 baby doctor a Harvard pediatrician answers all your questions from birth to one year —McEvoy, Victoria Rogers.
EBook
2010

A Harvard pediatrician answers all your questions from birth to one year /.

Last child in the woods saving our children from nature-deficit disorder —Louv, Richard.
Ebook
2008

Louv talks with parents, children, teachers, scientists, religious leaders, child-development researchers, and environmentalists to find ways for children to experience the natural world more deeply.

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