Sorry, I Forgot to Ask! My Story About Asking Permission and Making an Apology - With CD

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TRARJ is making a lot of trips to his "time-out" chair! Without telling anyone, he and his best friend Sam decide to walk home from school instead of riding the bus. Later the two of them are caught trying to use Dad's computer to get onto the Internet. After their piano lesson, RJ and his sister Blanche snack on Mom's triple-layer double-chocolate cake and spoil Grandma's birthday surprise.

Dad helps RJ learn how to do a better job of asking ...

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Overview

TRARJ is making a lot of trips to his "time-out" chair! Without telling anyone, he and his best friend Sam decide to walk home from school instead of riding the bus. Later the two of them are caught trying to use Dad's computer to get onto the Internet. After their piano lesson, RJ and his sister Blanche snack on Mom's triple-layer double-chocolate cake and spoil Grandma's birthday surprise.

Dad helps RJ learn how to do a better job of asking for permission, and when RJ and Sam return to school their principal has them practice making an apology. RJ feels a lot happier when he says he's sorry to the bus driver and Grandma, and he learns that asking for permission will mean fewer trips to the time-out chair!

This book is the third title in the BEST ME I Can Be! series to teach children social skills that can make home life happier and school more successful. Tips for parents and educators on how to teach and reinforce the skills are included.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934490297
  • Publisher: Boys Town Press
  • Publication date: 1/12/2011
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 521,637
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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  • Posted March 1, 2012

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    Important Lesson in Asking for Permission and Sincere Apologies

    RJ is in trouble again in Sorry I Forgot to Ask! He and his friend decide they don't want to take the bus home from school. They walk instead and make a few stops. When he gets home he learns about asking for permission. He forgets to ask about a few other things over the weekend. He learns the importance of asking for permission and also how to apologize correctly.

    This story has a great message. Kids get in the habit of saying "I'm sorry" as a reflex and not really meaning it. This book teaches them the steps to sincerely apologize. This book also ends with tips for parents and educators.

    *A free copy of this book was given to me for a honest review. No other compensation was provided for this review.

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