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  • ISBN 0440507065
  • ISBN13 978-0440507062
  • Language English
  • Author Louise Bates Ames
  • Publisher Dell; Reprint edition (June 1, 1993)
  • Pages 144
  • Formats doc lrf rtf lrf
  • Category Parents
  • Subcategory Parenting
  • Size ePub 1734 kb
  • Size Fb2 1855 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 544

Describes the development of children, suggests disciplinary techniques for each age, and covers discipline in preschool and day care

Louise Bates Ames (Author). In addition to the vastly insightful approach to discipline, Raising Good Kids also offers info on how children differ, various forms of punishment, sibling rivalry, and discipline in day care and nursery settings

Louise Bates Ames (Author). In addition to the vastly insightful approach to discipline, Raising Good Kids also offers info on how children differ, various forms of punishment, sibling rivalry, and discipline in day care and nursery settings. As the mother of a challenging child I've read dozens of books on child rearing and found this to be one of the best. The paperback version is only 124 pages, so it's a breeze to get through. Obviously I can't say enough good things about this book.

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From Louise Bates Ames, one of the foremost experts on child development, comes welcome .

From Louise Bates Ames, one of the foremost experts on child development, comes welcome advice for parents on one of the toughest areas of raising kids - discipline. Written in a clear, concise manner, this helpful volume offers advice on setting ground rules for children's mealtimes, bedtimes, chores, household responsibilities, and sibling relations. Relying heavily on the belief that child behavior develops in a highly patterned way, Raising Good Kids aims to better acquaint parents and teachers with these patterned changes for more effective discipline. Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Raising good kids: a developmental approach to discipline.

by Louise Bates Ames. From a foremost expert on child development comes welcome advice for parents on one of the toughest areas of raising kids-discipline

by Louise Bates Ames. From a foremost expert on child development comes welcome advice for parents on one of the toughest areas of raising kids-discipline. Relying heavily on the belief that child behavior develops in a highly patterned manner, Ames outlines expected behavior for infants through ten-year-olds. In a clear, concise manner, this helpful volume provides ground rules for children's mealtimes, bedtimes, chores, household responsibilities, and more.

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Louise Bates Ames (29 October 1908 – 31 October 1996) was an American psychologist specializing in child development. Ames was known as a pioneer of child development studies, introducing the theory of child development stages to popular discourse. Ames authored numerous internationally renowned books on the stages of child development, hosted a television show on child development, and co-founded the Gesell Institute of Child Development in New Haven, CT.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Raising Good Kids: A Developmental Approach. Ames, popular author of over 25 books on children, here delivers a soothing, easy-to-swallow message to parents: take it easy, do what you can, avoid too many expectations, and never look for perfection. Publisher: Programs for Education. Publication Date: 1989. Book Condition: Good. To parents strung out by too much advice on topics from tough discipline (. Fred Gosman's Spoiled Rotten: Today's Children and How to Change Them, LJ 2/15/92) to promoting self-esteem, Ames's is a voice of calm, defining discipline not as punishment but as teaching.

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iO. Straight-talking, bestselling Pitbull of Parenting Larry Winget says "This is not a fix your kid book. It's a fix the way you parent book. You owe it to your kids to parent with a plan!"

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Your Kids Are Your Own Fault: A nt Guide for Raising Responsible, Productive Adults" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. You owe it to your kids to parent with a plan!"

These books will help parents to better understand their children and will guide them through the fascinating and sometimes trying experiences of modern parenthood. Director, Yale Child Study Center, Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology, Yale School of Medicine.

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Daigrel
This book is one of the best I've read so far, for many reasons: it's concise, it provides developmental and age-specific information and offers plenty of ideas and surefire don't dos for each age group, from 18 months up to ten years. The book opens with a general discussion on the theory of discipline, and the author clearly believes discipline is more the art of teaching and training a child, rather than the act of punishment. But, don't be put off if you're a hard-liner on matching punishment w/your discipline techniques because the book has something for everyone. The chapter on Ages & Stages breaks down typical behavioral challenges by age group, and then offers a laundry list of different approaches to modify, eliminate or avoid the undesirable behavior(s). The information presented in this section is a tightly condensed version of the lengthier books also offered by this author ("Your One Year Old", "Your Two Year Old", etc.) I had a very difficult time getting through the book, "Your Two Year Old" as I felt the information was scattered and rather unorganized, but I did recognize much of the same detail presented in Raising Good Kids, without all the anecdotal fluff and commentary. In addition to the vastly insightful approach to discipline, Raising Good Kids also offers info on how children differ, various forms of punishment, sibling rivalry, and discipline in day care and nursery settings. As the mother of a challenging child I've read dozens of books on child rearing and found this to be one of the best. The paperback version is only 124 pages, so it's a breeze to get through. Obviously I can't say enough good things about this book. If you're struggling with your child, or having trouble finding a successful approach to discipline, this book is definitely worth the read.
Gaudiker
This is the book about child development and discipline that I keep on hand. It helped me as I raised my little ones (now teenagers); it helps me when I watch other peoples' children; and it helps me when I encounter confused or ill-equipped parents. I am very sad that it's gone out of print, and am sorely tempted to snap up any used copy I can find, because this small volume is packed with good sense and practical suggestions -- all based upon research on child development.
Another top pick of mine is "How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk" by Faber and Mazlish.
In my dreams, parents are sent home from the hospital with copies of these two books.