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Educational Resources  

 We believe that early childhood is a crucial period for learning and growth. We strive to create an enriching environment where children can develop various skills and interests while having fun. Through our carefully selected collection of books and toys, we aim to inspire curiosity, creativity, and a love for learning.

Our website serves as a virtual resource center, offering parents and caregivers valuable information on child development, educational activities, and parenting tips. We introduce and promote a diverse selection of books that cater to different age groups and interests. From engaging storybooks to academic picture books, our collection aims to foster a love for reading and enhance language skills.

In addition to books, we promote a wide variety of toys that encourage physical, cognitive, and social development. From building blocks and puzzles to musical instruments and art supplies, our range of toys aims to stimulate imagination, problem-solving abilities, and fine motor skills.

We carefully select and review all the books and toys we recommend, ensuring they are educational, age-appropriate, and safe for children.

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Parenting with Love and Logic: Teaching Children

 

Introducing an invaluable guide for all parents! Whether you have preschool-age children or beyond, this practical psychology-based parenting method is designed to help you navigate the joys and challenges of raising responsible kids. Say goodbye to anger, threats, nagging, and power struggles as you learn to establish healthy boundaries with your children through easy-to-implement steps.

 

Parenting with Love and Logic has been trusted by generations of parents, counselors, and teachers to lovingly nurture responsible children. This comprehensive resource covers a wide range of topics, providing solutions for tantrums, managing screen time, handling grades and report cards, assigning chores, preparing for school, tackling peer pressure, preventing cyberbullying, navigating crisis situations and grief, and much more! Our indexed format ensures quick and convenient access to the issues that matter most to you.

 

Discover the secrets to taming tempers and nurturing a calm, healthy relationship with your child. Learn how to foster positive communication and encourage character growth from a young age. Embrace mistakes as invaluable learning opportunities that will shape your children into respectful, responsible, and caring individuals.

 

Don't miss out on this owner's manual for parents! Join the countless individuals who swear by the effectiveness of the Parenting with Love and Logic method. Start your journey towards raising confident, empathetic, and well-rounded children today!

 

“This is as close to an owner’s manual for parents as you will find. Now, parents can embrace mistakes as wonderful learning opportunities to raise respectful, responsible, and caring children.” — Gloria Sherman, MA, MED, LPC, cofounder, Parenting Partnership

Veteran Reading Teacher Reveals The Proven Formula That Enables Any Parent To Teach Their Child To Become An Amazing Reader Easily

Phonics Foundations        reading program

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Potty Train Your Child By Noon 

And Have Fun Doing It!

Let's face it...our children provide us with many beautiful, life-long memories, but the weight and smell of pee- and poop-soaked diapers won't be one of them! Not to mention the incredible expense - diapers can cost $80, $100, or MORE each month!..........

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 101 Quirky and Funny Illustrated Quotes and Conversations from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Original stories and Wasp In A Wig are all included. One of the largest collections available in one book.

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What If Everybody Understood Child Development?

Straight Talk About Bettering Education and Children's Lives

By: Rae Pica

 

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Understand the connection between how kids grow and how they learn 

Rae Pica knows what she’s talking about. With over 35 years in the field of education, she’s realized that what’s missing from our approach to schooling is an understanding of the connection between how children develop and how they learn. In this collection, Pica keeps children front and center as she provides thought-provoking commentary and actionable insights on topics such as the Common Core, the self-esteem movement, and standardized testing. You’ll find

  • 29 short essays on topics critical to best practice in child development and education

  • Opinions of experts supported by research and anecdotal evidence

  • Real-life stories shared by teachers and parents

  • References to related articles and interviews with experts 

With its unflinching look at well-meaning initiatives that may be holding students back, this pocket-sized powerhouse of educational philosophy is sure to inspire discussion about our schools. 

Table of Contents

PREFACE

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

 

INTRODUCTION

 

PART I. UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN

 

1. All Children Are Not the Same

2. The Earlier the Better?

3. The Power of Joy

4. Bubble Wrapping Not Required

5. When Did a Hug Become a Bad Thing?

6. Teaching Girls They’re More Than a Pretty Face

7. Doing Away With the “Baby Stuff”

8. “But Competition Is Human Nature”

9. Terrorist Tots?

PART II. UNDERSTANDING THE MIND/BODY CONNECTION

 

10. The Myth of the Brain/Body Dichotomy

11. Why Does Sitting Still Equal Learning?

12. In Defense of Active Learning

13. “Play” Is Not a Four-Letter Word

14. The Body Matters, Too

15. Reading, Writing, ’Rithmetic . . . and Recess

16. Why Kids Need “Gym”

PART III. UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE PRACTICE

 

17. In Defense of Authentic Learning

18. Who Should Lead the Learning?

19. The Trouble With Testing

20. Failure Is an Option

21. Should We Teach Handwriting in the Digital Age?

22. Just Say “No” to Keyboarding in Kindergarten

23. iPads or Play-Doh?

24. The Homework Debate

25. In Defense of the Arts

26. No More “Good Job!”

27. Bribes and Threats Work, But . . .

28. Time to Give Time-Out a Time-Out

29. “You’re Outta Here!”

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