Proactive Parenting: Guiding Your Child from Two to Six
Berkley Books, Jan 6, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 384 pages
An expert guide to the joys and challenges of parenting young children-from the renowned Eliot-Pearson Department that has helped children grow and learn for seventy-five years. The Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development at Tufts University has always applied its resources to helping parents bring up happy, healthy children. Now the faculty offers a wealth of information and advice. It addresses questions such as: Why is my three-year-old suddenly bossing her playmates around? Should I worry when my son seems almost hypnotized by the TV? How do I avoid unintentionally "labeling" my kids? Will moving to a new house be too much for my child to handle right now? Eliot-Pearson proposes that both child and parent are learners as they grow together. With this comprehensive book, you can look forward to more growth-and fewer growing pains.
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Jim Taylor,James Taylor
Limited preview - 2003
chapter three Proactive Parenting
chapter five The Importance of Friendship
chapter seven Home as the First School
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