This is a great way for them to build self-confidence in their ability to work through everyday problems!
The 25 situations presented here and the thought-provoking questions at the end of each scenario have been developed to help you talk to your child about social and moral issues in a natural and nonthreatening way. What an entertaining way to learn vital life skills!
More If You Had To Choose What Would You Do?
Paperback , pages. Published October 1st by Prometheus Books first published September 30th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Jul 13, Theresa rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed just reading through them and thinking what would I have done at that age. There were even a couple of scenarios I found myself in as a child. That knowledge helped me to understand the effectiveness of having those conversations with my children before they have to deal with these situations.
The thought-provoking questions at the end of each story are crafted to really give some depth to the conversation with your child to gain more insight into their thought process. To have that kind of opportunity feels empowering to me as a parent. When we know what our children are really thinking we can provide them with the unique support they need.
I will definitely be using this with my kids to help them understand how to make the right choice and listen to their inner guidance. This is a must have book for parents concerned about instilling values and a strong moral ethic in their children.
This is one book I will be keeping on my shelf to use with my children when they are of age. This book is geared towards the age range. The Kids Can Do It site offers books targeted to all ages from with age-appropriate situations for different age groups. May 01, Monchel Jones rated it it was amazing. This book, "If you had to chose what would you do? This story was about helping children to build Their self-confidence In their ability to work through everyday problems. Their are 25 situations that are presented And questions that are at the end of each scenario?
It has been developed to help parents talk to their children about social and moral issues in a natural way. The age group for this book would be 9 and up. The artistic element that stuck out to me was t This book, "If you had to chose what would you do? The artistic element that stuck out to me was the color. Everything was very bright and colorful showing expression such as happiness. I believe this book should be read because it's a good guidance to parents to help explain to their child the difference between social and moral issues.
The Thrifty Guide to Ancient Greece. The Letter For The King.
Jake the Fake Keeps it Real. Adam Mansbach and Craig Robinson. The War I Finally Won. How to Train Your Dragon: Mort Ziff Is Not Dead.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
The Beloved World of Sonia Sotomayor. The Dollhouse Murders 35th Anniversary Edition. Hilda and the Hidden People. Luke Pearson and Stephen Davies.
If You Had to Choose, What Would You Do?
Jordan London and Who HQ. The Bands of Bravery. My message to parents is that building relationships is as important as building literacy. Reading aloud is much more than story time - it is a time to bond. I truly love your books and I think that you had a stroke of genius when you thought of the concept behind them. I will certainly revisit your books once my kids are old enough for us to read them together. Some books are just too good to wait, so I had to share them with my readers. Dare to Dream Big!
Thanks for all the great work that you are doing for our kids! Read Aloud Dad Re: WOW--thank you so much!
More If You Had To Choose What Would You Do? by SANDRA MCLEOD HUMPHREY - Penguin Books Australia
You really get what I'm trying to do and I really appreciate that. If you ever have time to post a review on Amazon, that would be wonderful! Thanks again so much and if you ever want autographed copies of any of my books for a book giveaway, just let me know.
- More If You Had to Choose What Would You Do?.
- The Slow Moon: A Novel.
- See a Problem?;
- Featured Post?
- Sonata Op. 3 No. 4 - Score.
- Related Articles!
Popping over from WUHS to say thank you for this resource! I just put it on hold at our local library and am looking forward to going through it with our two boys. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment!