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Title:
Discipline without shouting or spanking : practical solutions to the most common preschool behavior problems
Author:
Wyckoff, Jerry, 1935-
Personal Author:
Edition:
Revised and expanded edition.
Publication Information:
Minnetonka, MN : Meadowbrook Press ; New York : Distributed by Simon & Schuster, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
160 pages ; 22 cm
General Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-155) and index.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780881664102

9780743228541
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

This practical guide offers non-violent options for correcting the most common behaviour problems in pre-school age children. It shows how to deal with various forms of misbehaviour and temper tantrums without resorting to raised voices or the raised hand.


Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Introductionp. 1
Parenthood Is Naturally Problematicp. 2
The ABCs of Disciplined Parentingp. 3
Shouting and Spanking Are Counterproductivep. 4
The Role of Self-Talkp. 7
The Differences between Boys and Girlsp. 8
The Transition to Elementary School for You and Your Childp. 9
Milestones of Developmentp. 10
Discipline Dictionaryp. 12
Using This Bookp. 13
Aggressive Behaviorp. 15
Behaving Shylyp. 18
Being a Couch Potatop. 22
Clinging to Parentsp. 25
Dawdlingp. 29
Demanding Freedomp. 32
Demanding to Do Things Themselvesp. 35
Destroying Propertyp. 39
Fighting Cleanup Routinesp. 42
Getting into Thingsp. 46
Getting Out of Bed at Nightp. 49
"Hyper" Activityp. 52
Interacting with Strangersp. 57
Interruptingp. 60
Jealousyp. 63
Lyingp. 67
Messinessp. 72
Name-Callingp. 76
Not Following Directionsp. 79
Not Sharingp. 83
Not Wanting to Eatp. 87
Overeatingp. 91
Overusing Nop. 95
Playing with Foodp. 98
Pretending to Use Weaponsp. 101
Resisting Bedtimep. 106
Resisting Car Seatsp. 110
Resisting Changep. 114
Sibling Rivalryp. 118
Taking Thingsp. 122
Talking Backp. 125
Temper Tantrumsp. 128
Toileting Accidentsp. 132
Traveling Problemsp. 136
Wandering Away in Publicp. 140
Wanting Their Own Wayp. 144
Whiningp. 147
Appendix I Childproofing Checklistp. 150
Appendix II Is My Child Hyperactive?p. 152
Referencesp. 154
Indexp. 156

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