Taking “NO” For An Answer And Other Skills Children Need

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The author developed these games to help parents and children have fun while learning to deal with negative family behavior. The problems fall away as the old habits of interaction are changed through the games. Children learn to get along by practicing common situations within their families. These 50 quick, lively games teach children, ages 2-12, skills such as respecting boundaries, listening, making requests, taking no for an answer, following directions, planning, cooperating, resolving conflicts, problem solving, trusting.

© 2000 Simons, Laurie
Audience: Parent