5 edition of How to help your learning-challenged child be a winner found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-157) and index.
|Statement||Robert E. Duke.|
|LC Classifications||LC4705 .D85 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||92063125|
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At some point in your life you will have to deal with it. The more of a body of experience to draw on, the better equipped you are to deal with it. WP: As parents we want our kids to be winners.
SW: How to help your learning-challenged child be a winner book found you really want to resist the urge to solve all your kids’ : Mia Geiger. Winner of an iParenting Media Award, this book illustrates that beyond our physical limitations is a world of unique gifts for each of us to share.
Teachers and parents love to read this book aloud to promote understanding and tolerance at school and at home. The main difference between losers and winners is that winners are committed to winning.
Winners know what they want and therefore do whatever they have to do, to get there. You need to stay dedicated in order to become a winner in life. You have to be willing to work harder than others. And in the end it all comes to working hard.
Nair shares some strategies to help kids handle the big feelings that come when they’re not the first at the finish line. Practise losing Family board games are one of your kid’s first chances at learning how to lose.
Play games like Snakes and Ladders, but don’t let kids win, have a do-over or get away with not sliding down a snake.
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If you are reading this right now you might be desperate to learn how to help a sore loser. You are all too familiar with this scene: The family is playing a board game, you’ve already implemented all these tips for a peaceful family game night, and the game is about to come to an end.
But, oh dear.