Cover of: Teaching your children sensitivity | Linda Eyre Read Online
Share

Teaching your children sensitivity by Linda Eyre

  • 384 Want to read
  • ·
  • 60 Currently reading

Published by Simon & Schuster in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Empathy.,
  • Empathy -- Problems, exercises, etc.,
  • Child rearing.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLinda & Richard Eyre.
ContributionsEyre, Richard M., Eyre, Linda.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF575.E55 E87 1995
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Pagination254 p. :
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1111210M
ISBN 100671517139
LC Control Number94037008

Download Teaching your children sensitivity

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

In Teaching Your Children Responsibility, -Indulgent World by Glenn and Nelsen, and A Thomas Jefferson Education by DeMille or another of the Eyre's books called Teaching Your Children Sensitivity, all 5 star reading. 4/4(8). Get this from a library! Teaching your children sensitivity. [Linda Eyre; Richard M Eyre] -- In this volume the Eyres share how family members can care for each other and in the process learn the attitudes of extra-centered sensitivity that allows people to escape from the "dungeon of. Activities that can help children learn about and appreciate differences: Skin color match-ups helps children learn about different skin tones and ethnic backgrounds. What you need: nylon knee high stockings in various shades such as tan, black, white, pink, yellow, and red What you do: Encourage children to try the nylons on their hands, arms.   Their book Teaching Children Charity, featured here two weeks ago, is a highly religious and spiritual book. After it was written, Balantine Books, a division of Random House, wanted a more secularized version of the book, which was titled Teaching Children Sensitivity. If a parent wants to be deliberate and focused on helping a child to be.

Use these tips to spark your children's curiosity about who they (and others) are in their world. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .   We had done three books in a series that was published in the late s: "Teaching Children Joy," "Teaching Children Responsibility" and "Teaching Children Sensitivity." Our editors at Random House, under their Ballantine imprint, suggested that we do a fourth book in the series on teaching children values. This book teaches kids how to control their negative emotions in a way that children will relate to. You now have 10 self-regulation children’s books that can aid you in teaching emotional regulation skills to your highly sensitive child.

Teaching Children Joy The book that launched the Eyres into their career as full time writers and speakers, "TCJ" is a brilliant challenge to the idea of pushy, early academic education and makes the case that while children are at their most impressionable age they should be taught life’s most important subject which is JOY on all its most.   This book works hand in hand with 3 Steps to a Stronger Family. Teaching Your Children Values helps you do just that. It sets up a system for teaching your kids with many suggested activities for different age groups. We've worked our way through this book and have used it to brain storm other ideas/5. Examine or adopt this book for teaching a course View sample pages from this book (PDF, KB) This product is out of stock, and cannot be ordered online at the place an order or to receive additional ordering information, please call Pages: Model the behaviors and attitudes you want children to develop. Pay particular attention to situations that can either promote prejudice or inhibit a child's openness to diversity. Make sure your program reflects diversity in books, magazines, dolls, puzzles, paintings, music, and so on. Don't let racist and prejudicial remarks go by without.