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How to Motivate Your Child: Parents' Quick Help Bookby A. T. Sorsa
How to motivate your child -book provides quick tips for parents of how to handle motivational issues. It discusses the topics of values, hidden interests, goals, and controlling negative
This book is 3nd edition of the quick help book for parents: How to motivate your child. It is aimed for parents who care for their children and their success at school.
How to motivate your child -book provides quick tips for parents of how to handle motivational issues. It discusses the topics of values, hidden interests, goals, and controlling negative feelings. You can set limits in a loving manner while having controls on the motivation.
Parenting is a challenging, never-ending job. This book offers easy suggestions of how to charge up your parenting batteries, and how to handle negativity, procrastinating, and an unmotivated child.
This is a quick help guide for parents who want to get their children to learn and to be interested in their schoolwork. This book goes through the key issues of what can cause lack of motivation, and what can the parents do when a child becomes unmotivated. How do parents know when they should do something more or something less for their child?
This book helps the parents to understand what their children are going through, their different values, and feelings to get the expected results.
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This is an easy, quick help book for parents who are looking for ideas and advices of how to motivate their procrastinating and struggling children. It also discusses of the recent research in some chapters, like for instance: should your child have a television in the room and are there any benefits or not watching television. All the research notes are in the end of the chapter, so if you are not interested in them, then just skip them. This is not a scientific article, but just a quick help for parents. It is also a study help and shows some methods how to help with homework. Other topics discussed: values (yours and your child), goals, how to motivate, homework and tasks at home, organizing (homework, chores at home, own stuff and room), teamwork, study methods, reading,. The paperback is more of a workbook and you can make your own comments and ideas after each chapter. The illustrations makes it more fun to read. The book is not very long and if you are looking some quick ideas, then this is the right book for you.
This was a great little quick help book for parents! It discusses of motivation, values and goals. It discusses why your child might not be motivated, why she/he is procrastinating. It also helps the parent to deal with negative feelings, and to understand the child. It also discusses of the homework, television and what can you do as a parent to help your child. The paperback had notes -pages so you can do your own notes after each chapter. It was more like a workbook that you can use and add your own ideas and comments. I really liked the illustrations. They made the book fun to read. There were also some references to scientific articles and news which was also good.