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The latest research shows that children can be taught--at very early ages--the tools they need to become successful and connected to others. This new book offers parents and teachers the information they need to teach children the most effective ways to engage peers and make social interactions easier and more meaningful.
Your Successful Preschooler:
- Shows how facilitated play can become an opportunity to improve your child's emotional connections with peers
- Teaches parents and educators how to foster growth in vocabulary and language during play, key ingredients to academic success
- Presents dozens of anecdotes with dialogues parents can use to teach children how to better relate to their peers
Using the methods outlined in the book, parents and teachers can support activities that lead to a lifetime of social success and likeability that are crucial for every child's emotional stability.
About the Author
Margaret Bauman, MD, is an associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School and the founding director of the Lurie Center LADDERS program, a division of the Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital for Children.
Table of ContentsNote to the reader ix
1 Children Can Learn to Be Successful 11
2 Raising a Likable Child 33
3 Preparing an Achieving Child 59
4 Ensuring a Happy Child 81
5 Building Strong Moral Character 103
6 Th e Importance of Being Resilient 125
7 Encouraging Flexibility and the Art of Compromise 141
8 Getting Organized 157
9 Developing Leaders 173
10 Successfully Engaging Friends 189
11 Become Passionate About Learning 213
12 Successful Children Need Involved Parents 227
Additional Resources 249
About the Authors 255
About Harvard Medical School 257