Book: «My First Emotions. Develop your child's emotional intelligence»

My First Emotions. Develop your child's emotional intelligence

Серия: "Чтение и речь"

DEVELOPING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IS IMPORTANT!Research shows that building a child's emotional intelligence improves their social skills, relationships, behaviour and academic achievement. NEW! FROM BRITISH EXPERTS'My First Emotions'teaches you vital parenting techniques and provides a wealth of multisensory, connected learning materials to use with your child. It was specially written by British experts -based on the latest psychological research -and uses methods proven to develop children's emotional understanding. COMMUNICATE BETTER WITH YOUR CHILDWith'My First Emotions', you will be able to:- better understand your child's emotions;- deal with your child's emotions and behaviour in a healthy way;- teach your child how to understand their own and other people's emotions;- help your child to control their emotions;- build a warm and healthy emotional environment in your family.* 5 books about emotionsHelp your child to see how Robbie the rabbit experiences and handles emotions through these engaging tales.* Robbie Puppet&5 Emotion ToysMake Robbie and his emotions'come to life'! Talk about, model and explore emotions in a safe and fun way using the puppet, and toys with sounds.* 30 Story CardsMake up your own unique stories and play games to deepen your child's understanding of emotions.* Parent's GuideEverything you need to know about developing your child's emotional intelligence. Features a wealth of fantastic advice from Dr John Lambie.* Activity Book60 entertaining games and activities to help you put the guidance into practice and develop your child's emotional understanding* More Online

Издательство: "Умница" (2017)

ISBN: 9781911010036

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