The Life-smart Kid: Teaching Your Child to Use Good Judgement in Every Situation

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Prima Pub., 1995 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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Children today not only have to cope with everyday anxieties such as grades, insecurity, and peer pressures, they must also guard against depression, gang violence, AIDS, and drugs. This book gives parents and educators specific tools to teach children good judgment and critical thinking in that split-second moment of decision.

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The Life-Smart Kid: Teaching Your Child to Use Good Judgement in Every Situation

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Kids may be computer-literate, environmentally aware, and exposed to new ideas daily, but do they have common sense? Probably not, according to Greene (Kids Who Underachieve, LJ 4/1/86), but he ... Read full review


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Author of Kids Who Hate School; Learning Disabilities and Your Child; Kids who Underachieve; Getting Smarter
Think Smart, Study Smart; Improving Your Cild's Schoolwork
Finding Help When Your Child is Struggling in School and the most current- Roadblocks to Learning and Winning the Study Game.

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