What if a dinosaur’s friends come to play? Does he mope, does he pout if he can’t get his way? Does he hide all his dump trucks, refusing to share? Does he throw his friends’ coloring books up in the air? Time and time again, children are told to “play nice.” This brilliantly illustrated board book is packed with rhymes that will teach children how. This will show children that “playing nice” can be easy and fun. Perfect for parents to read aloud with their children, this book is as humorous …
How do you speak up when you’re afraid of hurting your friend’s feelings? What do you do after a really big fight? What if your friend leaves you for the popular crowd? Inside you’ll find tips, quizzes, and real-life stories that can help solve a girl’s most common friendship troubles. When your friendship’s in trouble, you need help — fast. Here’s the advice you need to get through the tough times and help you decide how to deal with friendship dilemmas
It’s hard to be five. Just yelled at my brother. My mind says do one thing. My mouth says another.It’s fun to be five!
Big changes are here! My body’s my car, and I’m licensed to steer. Learning not to hit? Having to wait your turn? Sitting still? It’s definitely hard to be five. But Jamie Lee Curtis’s encouraging text and Laura Cornell’s playful illustrations make the struggles of self-control a little bit easier and a lot more fun!
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer focuses on the topic of excuses and how they can do more harm than we realize. The book demonstrates how excuses go far beyond “my dog ate my homework,” and can actually become words that prevent your child from reaching his or her potential.
The book follows a boy with a seemingly impossible dream who almost lets excuses (“I’m not smart enough” . . . “It’s too hard,” and so on) get in his way. He discovers, as will your child, that by following a few simple …
This is a useful tool for Parents and caregivers for getting rid of diapers.
This is a learning tool for Parents and caregivers.
Everyone gets angry sometimes. But if you’re angry a lot or stay angry for a long time or get in trouble for getting angry or don’t like the way anger makes you act or feel . You can take the GRRRR out of anger. A hot temper isn’t cool. You have the power to overpower your anger. So don’t lose your head. Use it instead. Learn how to manage your anger — and feel great.
This is a tool for you and your child in getting rid of the pacifier.
This is a useful tool for Parents and Caregiver in teaching that kicking other people is unacceptable and signs that might prompt such behavior.
This is a useful tool for Parents and caregiver in teaching the difference between kind and hurtful words and their impact on others.