4 edition of Children and discipline found in the catalog.
Children and discipline
|Statement||John Wilson and Barbara Cowell|
|Series||Children, teachers and learning series, Children, teachers and learning|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|ISBN 10||0304322822, 0304322660|
|LC Control Number||90|
Christian parenting books that offer a practical and biblical perspective on raising children of all ages. You'll find books specializing in daughters, sons, tweens, teens, babies, toddlers, and young adults. Topics range from discipline, faith development and sexuality, to single parenthood and special needs kids. Books topic grid. Discipline/Punishment. For Younger Children (ages one to four years) Ames, Louise Bates, Raising Good Kids. Arnall, Judy, Discipline Without Distress: tools for raising caring, responsible children .
10 Best Books to Develop Self Discipline Self-discipline is the ability to stick to your decisions and get things done in spite of any inconvenience whatsoever. It involves taking control over your feelings and overcoming any weakness through perseverance, restraint, . Proverbs is an Old Testament Book, and when Jesus came, He taught loving discipline, and to turn the other cheek, as evidenced in the books of the New Testament. I am not saying that one must discard Old Testament writings and should never spank their child, on the contrary, but why use a rod/belt/spoon etc?
Positive Discipline. Positive discipline is based on praise and encouragement. Instead of focusing on punishment, parents keep making discipline about teaching. Parents teach problem-solving skills and work with their children to develop solutions. Positive discipline uses family meetings and an authoritative approach to addressing behavior problems. Dr. Bailey has authored 21 books related to guidance and discipline and 14 children’s books that model Conscious Discipline for children and adults. Speaker Dr. Bailey is a dynamic and engaging speaker, facilitating Institutes, workshops, courses and keynote addresses at a variety of Conscious Discipline and education industry events annually.
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How Parents Can Raise Resilient Children: Preparing Your Child for the Real Tough World of Adulthood by Instilling Them With Principles of Love, Self-Discipline, and Independent Thinking Frank Dixon out of 5 stars 8.
Books shelved as child-discipline-and-development: Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting by Laura Markham, Your Four-Year. Positive Discipline: The Classic Guide to Helping Children Develop Self-Discipline, Responsibility, Cooperation, and Problem-Solving Skills Paperback – by Jane Nelsen Ed.D.
(Author) out of 5 stars ratings See all formats and editionsCited by: 2. Mindful Discipline: A Loving Approach to Setting Limits & Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child by Shauna Shapiro and Chris White. Unlike many other books on “discipline,” Mindful Discipline focuses not just on parents and what they can do, but also on what children can do.
Shapiro and White emphasize the ways in which self-discipline enables children to learn to. Being a parent is one of the most rewarding experiences in life, but every family faces challenges that can be frustrating and overwhelming.
For more than 25 years, internationally renowned clinical psychologist Thomas W. Phelan's Magic has helped millions of parents, teachers, and caregivers raise independent, emotionally intelligent children and build happier, healthier /5(K).
This book discusses the burgeoning world of young children’s exposure to educational media and its myriad implications for research, theory, practice, and policy. Experts across academic disciplines and the media fill knowledge gaps and address concerns regarding apps, eBooks, and.
Thomas Phelan has developed the #1 selling child discipline book in the country - a quick, simple, and scientifically proven way to parent that actually works. Using his signature counting method, Dr. Phelan helps parents to quickly, calmly, and effectively stop behaviors like tantrums and meltdowns, whining and pouting, talking back, sibling rivalry and more in /5(K).
The Discipline Book: How to Have a Better-Behaved Child From Birth to Age Ten Paperback – Febru by Martha Sears (Author), William Sears (Author) out of 5 stars ratings/5().
It’s not a book % dedicated to self-discipline, so don’t expect a bunch of science and data. But, you can expect to be inspired and fired up to gain the discipline of a Spartan.
Read this book and gain the mental toughness you’ll need, if you want to have the self-discipline of a champion. Bonus Book For Building Self-DisciplineAuthor: Atlas Rowe. This book is divided into three sections: 1) Promoting Desirable Behavior, 2) Correcting Undesirable Behavior, and 3) Discipline for Life.
Section One is worth reading/5. A Grand Bed Adventure: Developing Habits of Self Discipline for Children by A. Marcus (Amazon) – Little Ted asks his granddad some common questions about daily routines that lead him to do a bit of deep (kid) thinking about self-discipline.
An illustrated book for 4. This discipline technique can work with children when the child is old enough to understand the purpose of a time out -- usually around age 2 and older, with about a minute of time out for each.
Books shelved as self-control: My Mouth Is a Volcano. by Julia Cook, Katie Loves the Kittens by John Himmelman, When Sophie Gets Angry -- Really, Really. Parenting book to bridge the break: A split is challenging for the whole family—not just the couple parting. This read tops our list of co-parenting books because guides both adults and children through the transition process.
When children start asking the tough questions, this parenting book helps you find the words you need. These books have helped me to: Be a calmer parent Increase my patience Learn how to empathize more Give appropriate and better choices, even on the spot instead of reacting harshly Boost my children’s confidence and independence Connect with my three children, even in the midst of discipline Help my.
Books on the Topic of Positive Discipline & Guidance Good news. Amazon will donate a percentage of every book purchased through these links, to support American SPCC’s child Advocacy, Awareness, Education, and Help Initiatives to help end child abuse in all forms.
Books shelved as domestic-discipline: By His Rules by J.A. Rock, Disciplining the Duchess by Annabel Joseph, Falls Chance Ranch by Rolf and Ranger, Unexp. Based on the best-selling Positive Discipline parenting books by child psychologist Dr.
Jane Nelsen, Positive Discipline teaches important social and life skills in a manner that is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and parents. Recent research tells us that children are hardwired from birth to connect with others, and that.
The “Golden Rule” is the guiding light with positive discipline — encouraging children to feel empowered, in control, and good about themselves while also building a positive parent-child relationship. “You can’t change whom your child is,” says Sharon Silver, founder of Proactive : Lauren Steele.
Whatever your child's age, it's important to be consistent when it comes to discipline. If parents don't stick to the rules and consequences they set up, their kids aren't likely to either. Here are some ideas about how to vary your approach to discipline to best fit your family.
Ages 0 to 2. Mindful discipline redefines discipline and outlines the five essential elements necessary for children to thrive: unconditional love, space for children to be themselves, mentorship, healthy boundaries, and mistakes that create learning and growth opportunities.
Many of them address the challenges parents face, and offer positive responses to your child’s difficult or confusing behavior. So, if your bookshelf is overflowing with pregnancy and infant books (and your baby’s now walking and talking), you may want to upgrade to the best toddler discipline books.
At Living Montessori, we believe in positive discipline to help children learn and grow. This book will give current parents and parents of prospective students an introduction to this approach and help them understand why we believe in approach is successful for teaching children discipline.