By Lisa M. Schab
Self-assured, assertive children usually are not in simple terms much less more likely to be picked on through their friends, they're additionally much less prone to bully others. yet it's now not continually effortless for kids to discover a fit center floor among passivity and aggression. in the event that your baby is a widespread aim for bullies, or has all started to tease and make the most of different childrens, the straightforward and potent actions in Cool, Calm, and Confident will help. those basic routines support teenagers rise up for themselves with out discovering as competitive, learn how to be either variety and assertive, and improve self-confidence and a good self-image. utilizing this workbook is a straightforward and powerful option to instill vainness in either passive and competitive children-a energy that might turn out worthwhile in early life, of their teenage years, and all through their lives.
Help kids to:
* research the adaptation among passive, competitive, and assertive behavior
* Behave in ways in which discourage teasing
* comprehend their rights and get up for themselves
* remain calm and examine abilities for handling anger
* Make actual and lasting friendships
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It requires children to focus, to take initiative, and to think creatively. Depending on your home and the room you have selected for project work, storage options may be an issue or may be taken care of by the room itself. If you are lucky enough to be working in a room with a closet or pantry, you may be able to allocate a shelf or two to the storage of materials. On each shelf plastic shoe boxes or school pencil boxes can help keep materials neatly organized. Wooden baskets are definitely more attractive, but they may be costly and do not allow a child to see what is in them.
The project approach—an “approach” to project work—provides structure for planning and supporting projects with children. There are three phases in a project: Phase One, getting started with a topic; Phase Two, investigating that topic; and Phase Three, celebrating the project and the learning that occurred. In this chapter, we will give you an overview of the three phases of project work. Then each phase will be described in more detail in subsequent chapters. The project approach flowchart shown on the next page in this chapter provides an overview of what happens in each phase.
What does he see? Where does she go? What is around your neighborhood? For example, the ocean is not a good topic if you live in the middle of the United States. 3. A good project topic can be investigated at a place you can visit, preferably again and again. Children, especially young children, benefit from seeing real places. If a child can only learn about something from books or photos, he may develop unrealistic ideas. For example, studying the ocean without ever visiting it might result in a number of misunderstandings.