Sharing Time
  • Sharing Time
  • Sharing Time
  • Sharing Time
  • Sharing Time
  • Sharing Time
ISBN: 1575423146
EAN13: 9781575423142
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 1, 2009
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 6.9" L x 6.9" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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   great for a toddler who hates sharing
This book has helped me with my 3 year old to share more. He now uses sharing words and copes with being told no one has a better word. It starts talking about sharing and smiling, then sharing toys and playing together, taking turns, she said. It shows how some kids like to share and others don't, and how to use nice words when asked to share, and how to deal with being told no. He reads it over and over again, every day. The last page of the book has some tips for parents on how to help their child learn to share. This book is highly recommended for those who struggle with sharing issues.
   Excellent Book - Teaches Good Lessons
I was given this as a gift, and I have since gifted it to friends with small children, Melissa said. I love how it is a quick read, straight to the point, but really drives home the point of sharing, Raymond said. My daughter really enjoys books and when we are talking about sharing she will often repeat the phrase, "Sharing is kind and Caring." There are a few more that I have not seen but are all really nice. They love to read them, they pick them out on their own, so that is nice too. Go Time is rated 4.40 on Amazon. com.
   Great makes my daughter think!
She is very well behaved, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Like most toddlers, she has trouble sharing toys or things she thinks is hers. I bought the book thinking it would be a good read. I was a tad surprised, Mr. Rule told the judge. What I want to do is find the children that are happy and unhappy, Raymond said. She kept coming back with pictures of two children fighting, she said. He has a good chance of breaking it, he said. What a difference a year makes? The princess frowns at the photo and tells me the children are sad. But she has a problem with another child, and I just remind her of the Sharing Time book. She almost always shares, even if she has a thoughtful face. The book has helped my daughter develop more empathy for others, she said. Thanks for the donation. Now, I'm looking for a trick to get her to eat vegetables.
   Confusing text for little ones
I bought this because someone told me they love the Hands are Not for Hitting book by the same author but I was disappointed in Time Sharing. It's far too confusing, at least for my 2-year old, because it shows kids not sharing. One part says, "Mine mine, which he then loves to repeat." Overall, I would not recommend this one.
   Good book
I have several of these books and I really like them for my son. The two booklets are very well written and easy to understand.
   great series
This is a great book for little ones. My daughter has a 2 year old who knows the alphabet and the basic language. I also read it to my preschoolers and they also enjoyed it. The second book in the series, "The Fall," was also a huge hit.
   Good choice for me!
Highly recommend. It's just that once he becomes a little older, it will be perfect.
   Great book, my daughter loves it. delivery was fast book is in great condition
My daughter absolutely loves the book. In her defense, Gloria Allred says her client only has a "new favorite book."
   Just ok
Good book for giving caregivers ideas of things to say, but really not geared for childrentoddlers to read, Mrs. D'Antonio said.
Now that my younger niece is crawling, she is having some trouble sharing toys. While that is totally normal, I still ordered a bunch of books about sharing to start the conversation and help her learn how to do it. My sister said she asked to read this one over and over, and she quotes the book, but I'm not 100% on sharing yet.