Talk and Work It Out
  • Talk and Work It Out
  • Talk and Work It Out
  • Talk and Work It Out
  • Talk and Work It Out
  • Talk and Work It Out
ISBN: 1575421763
EAN13: 9781575421766
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 15, 2005
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.8" L x 8.8" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Great Character-Building Book For Young Children/Classrooms
Great resource book for teaching character building. I teach 4s and 5s, and teaching social development skills is always part of my curriculum. In my earlier years of teaching, all the resources I found for teaching these skills was above their learning level. Years later, Cheri J. Meiners hit the nail on the head! These are exactly the books I have been looking for years ago! Children can relate to the stories and there are questions at the end for the teacher to use with the children. There is also more information in the back, like additional books that can be read, vocabulary words, websites, etc. If you want to build character, develop problem-solving skills, and promote social skills in your classroom, this series of books is for you and your classroom.
 
5
   I highly recommend them.
I have bought several of these books for my 4 year old grandson, who is full-time in the preschool. He has a delayed speech and is socially immature. Per his request, his mother often read him at night to him, and they have opened a dialogue with his parents about how to solve social problems. These books have really helped him to learn at birth what he has learned from them. I recommend them highly.
 
5
   We use this book as a social story
We are currently using this book series as social stories for a child on the autism spectrum. These books have helped him understand what is expected of him in the school setting. We routinely read these books to help him maintain appropriate behavior.
 
4
   Work it out peacefully
Bought this book for my three-year-old twins. I would recommend it for any preschool, play-date group or family.
 
5
   It's Not Easy!
I work in restorative justice and this book was so reflective of the values I believe in and try to live in. After reading it to my grandson, he took it from my hands and threw it on the ground, saying it does not work ''.
 
5
   Great for social skills training
I use this with children in therapy sessions and are very responsive engageddenjoy learning skills in a comfortable and encouraging way.
 
5
   Kid Friendly Social Lessons
Kids are told in so many ways that no and how to behave is not. This book and series provides a proactive and positive approach to common social problems faced by children and provides ideas but opportunities for dialogue between children and adults. Having a kiddo who has difficulties with how to react in negative social situations, these books have been very helpful in deciding what I should do and what I can do when conversations.
 
4
   Role modeling at home is the best way to communicate these values
Role modeling at home is the best way to convey these values, but the book made me an added resource for how I can explain to my son on how to get along with others.
 
5
   Very useful for my autistic child, and just as useful for my typical child
Text is short, easy to understand, pictures vibrant and relatable and perfect to use as a social story for my six-year-old autistic child. At the end of the book there are ideas that parents can use to help their child to brainstorm and play role play.
 
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