All parents want their kids to get along, but often get caught up in solving their
children’s problems. Kids can cooperate if they have the skills. Elizabeth Crary
describes how to teach children the skills they need to solve conflicts themselves.
Kids Can Cooperate discusses:
- why kids quarrel and offers ways to avoid it
- how to begin teaching problem solving to toddlers and preschoolers
- a step-by-step process to help school-aged children negotiate
- ways to motivate children to resolve their conflicts themselves
Included in the book are games to assess a child’s readiness for problem solving and
enhance problem-solving skills, and dialogues that show problem solving in action.
Useful for 3–12 years
About the Author:
Elizabeth Crary, M.S.
This book is being revised and is currently out of stock
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