HEALTHY CHILD HAPPY CHILD: HELPING YOUR CHILD BE HEALTHY AND FIT WITH ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN AGED 4 TO 11 [NOOK Book]

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Long-term good health is less an accident than the result of good
habits and wise choices. To enjoy good health now and in the
future, youngsters must learn how to eat, exercise, sleep,
control stress, and be responsible for personal ...
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HEALTHY CHILD HAPPY CHILD: HELPING YOUR CHILD BE HEALTHY AND FIT WITH ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN AGED 4 TO 11

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Overview

Long-term good health is less an accident than the result of good
habits and wise choices. To enjoy good health now and in the
future, youngsters must learn how to eat, exercise, sleep,
control stress, and be responsible for personal cleanliness and
reducing the risk of disease. In addition, they need to be aware
of what to do in an emergency and when to say "no".
Habits that include eating nutritious foods and understanding the
relationship between physical and emotional health will help your
child grow up healthy. Your child's ability to learn and the
chances for a longer and more productive life can be greatly
improved by developing and following good health practices.
First of All, Your Child Is Special
The mental and emotional health of your child is just as
important as physical health. From the earliest moment, a child
needs to feel that he or she is special and cared about by family
members and friends.
A child who enjoys good mental and emotional health is able to
approach new situations with confidence. When children are
comfortable with themselves, they can express their emotions in a
positive way. As children learn to value themselves and develop
confidence in their ability to make responsible decisions, they
are building a sense of self-worth or self-esteem.
Parents and teachers share the responsibility for helping
children build self-confidence. A child who is confident is more
successful in everyday interactions with peers and adults.
Confidence in one's ability to learn new and difficult skills can
affect future achievement, as well. Developing a trusting
relationship with your child, establishing open communication,
and recognizing personal achievements are all important. When
children know they can do something well, it makes them feel
special.
Get Ready, Get Set, Grow Up Healthy
From the time your child is born, there are ways in which you
can help your child learn how to grow up healthy. This book has
activities that help children:

* understand their emotions and build self-esteem;
* eat the right foods;
* prevent disease;
* and build strong bodies.
The book also has safety tips, ways to help your child say "no"
to drugs, a section on parents and the schools, a bibliography,
and a chart to help you keep track of your child's vaccinations.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014732642
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 6/19/2012
  • Series: Child Development, #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 73 KB

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