The Parenting Toddlers Workbook: Manage Your Child's Moods, Potential, and Well-Being

The Parenting Toddlers Workbook: Manage Your Child's Moods, Potential, and Well-Being

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Practical tools and proven techniques for healthier toddlers and happier parents

Toddlers have a difficult reputation-and an easy aptitude for connection, learning, and growth. Nurture your toddler's potential with The Parenting Toddlers Workbook, a resource packed with research-driven tools and quick, accessible parenting techniques. Key insights into your child's development, combined with tailored exercises and activities, help deepen your understanding-and strengthen your bond.

Explore strategies for parenting toddlers of different ages: 12 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years, and 4 years. For parenting toddlers on the younger side, you'll find an invaluable reference for years to come; for older children, you'll find support in reinforcing important values and behavior. A focus on gentle discipline, along with calming techniques for you, lets your parenting be more intentional and effective.

The Parenting Toddlers Workbook includes:

  • Everyday support-Get dependable guidance for parenting toddlers, including managing tantrums, creating routines, practicing praise, establishing boundaries, teaching good eating habits, and much more.
  • Personal approach-Explore developmental info for your child's specific age range, plus insightful exercises and prompts that come with space to record your thoughts.
  • Reputable research-Rest easy with facts backed by research statistics-including citations from peer-reviewed scientific sources-distilled into short, digestible form.

Help your child grow-and grow your relationship together-with The Parenting Toddlers Workbook.



Author: Katie Penry
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Published: 06/23/2020
Pages: 208
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.08lbs
Size: 9.25h x 7.50w x 0.57d
ISBN: 9781646118496