Share and Take Turns

Explains what sharing means and provides examples of different ways that two people can share what they both want, such as taking turns, dividing things, or playing together.

Author: Cheri J. Meiners

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575421240

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 35

View: 829

Explains what sharing means and provides examples of different ways that two people can share what they both want, such as taking turns, dividing things, or playing together. Includes information and extension activities for parents or teachers.

Share and Take Turns Comparte y turna

Sharing is a social skill all children need to learn. This book presents sharing as a positive choice and offers concrete examples to help children practice taking turns and realize the benefits of sharing.

Author: Cheri J. Meiners

Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing

ISBN: 1575425866

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 278

Sharing is a social skill all children need to learn. This book presents sharing as a positive choice and offers concrete examples to help children practice taking turns and realize the benefits of sharing. The English-Spanish editions from the popular Learning to Get Along series help children learn, understand, and practice basic social and emotional skills. Real-life situations and lots of diversity make these read-aloud books appropriate for homes, childcare settings, and primary and special education classrooms. Presented in a social story format, each bilingual book includes a special section for adults, with discussion questions, games, activities, and tips that reinforce improving social skills.

Sharing Getting Along and Taking Turns

Sydney and Logan must learn how to share, get along, and take turns with each other. They face challenges like most siblings, but find out how they work ...

Author: Dianne Branch

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467071110

Category:

Page: 24

View: 381

Sydney and Logan must learn how to share, get along, and take turns with each other. They face challenges like most siblings, but find out how they work them out.


The Learning to Share Story

Are your children taking turns? Are they learning to share? Children 2-5 years, even siblings, can learn to share and take turns. This fun story, illustrated with photographs, is accompanied by activities and crafts.

Author: Kathleen Brady

Publisher: Trafford

ISBN: 9781412006217

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 22

View: 539

Are your children taking turns? Are they learning to share? Children 2-5 years, even siblings, can learn to share and take turns. This fun story, illustrated with photographs, is accompanied by activities and crafts.

I Take Turns

Share the Work Every week, Sarah and her sister had to take out the garbage. They took turns doing the job. One week, Sarah took out the garbage.

Author: Charlotte Taylor

Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP

ISBN: 1538256304

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 558

Having patience is challenging when there's something you really want to do, but you have to wait for it. You want to do it now! Thinking of others and waiting for your turn is an essential element of good character. Readers are encouraged to think about why and when we take turns. Each colorful spread presents a different real-life situation, like when Juan is hot and thirsty after playing soccer. He needs and wants a drink of water immediately, but his friends are thirsty too. Everyone takes turns at the fountain. Through relatable scenarios like this one, readers learn how to show consideration for others by taking turns.

Foundations of Responsive Caregiving

Usually by the time they turn four, they have learned to share and take turns. These skills help them once they start to play cooperatively.

Author: Jean Barbre

Publisher: Redleaf Press

ISBN: 1605542636

Category: Education

Page: 200

View: 536

Understanding the development of infants, toddlers, and twos equips caregivers with the tools and best practices needed to guide, teach, and care for them. This foundational approach provides information on theories of early development, components of high-quality, responsive caregiving, and strategies to support children in their earliest years.

Take Turns Max and Millie

Max and Millie are two excited toddlers-but there's only one big red car to play with. Can they learn to share?

Author: Felicity Brooks

Publisher: Usborne Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780794530006

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 23

View: 202

Max and Millie are two excited toddlers-but there's only one big red car to play with. Can they learn to share?

What s the Buzz For Early Learners

“When sharing got hard” Sharing and taking turns are essential life skills. ... having the skills to be able to share and take turns becomes essential.

Author: Mark Le Messurier

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317679768

Category: Education

Page: 262

View: 795

For many, social thinking is hard-wired at birth and strengthens, quite naturally, through progressive experiences and encounters with others. However, for a variety of reasons, some children find it harder to think socially, develop socially and use their social tools suitably when it really counts. ‘What’s the Buzz?’ is the original social skills programme and became an instant best-seller, used by practitioners around the globe with children and young people, helping them to successfully transfer these skills into their everyday lives. What’s the Buzz? For Early Learners : is a simple, structured programmes to teach students in early learning and early primary school settings, within the 4 to 7 year age range. is designed to bring children together, including those who may be on the autistic spectrum explicitly demonstrates methods of how children can get along with one another and nurture friendship groups. Uses a developmental model to ensure its relevance throughout By drawing on the modelling of targeted social skills, role play, explicit guidance, feedback and games, this resource is imaginative, very practical and is enhanced with visual materials and worksheets to accompany each lesson. http://www.whatsthebuzz.net.au Also available from Routledge: Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker (2011) What’s the Buzz: A Social Skills Enrichment Programme for Primary Students

Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism and Other Developmental Delays 2 book set Second Edition

PARENT: Well, he just doesn't like to share toys. COACH: Oh, I think I understand. He can take turns if it is play with a toy that has clear turns; however, ...

Author: Brooke Ingersoll

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 1462542182

Category: Psychology

Page: 448

View: 104

Recognized as one of the most effective coaching programs for parents of young children (up to age 6) with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related social communication delays, this two-book set has been fully revised and updated. It presents everything needed to implement Project ImPACT, an intervention curriculum that teaches parents ways to enhance children's social engagement, communication, imitation, and play skills, within meaningful activities and daily routines. The Guide to Coaching Parents provides a complete introduction and step-by-step coaching procedures for practitioners working with individual parents or groups. The Manual for Parents, which includes 20 reproducible forms, helps parents master the strategies and use them at home. Both volumes have a convenient large-size format. The parent manual is also sold separately (ISBN 978-1-4625-3808-9). Companion Websites Purchasers get access to a companion website featuring 42 reproducible forms for practitioners and parents (several of which can be filled in onscreen before printing), as well as video clips of the techniques and PowerPoint slides for use in teaching parent groups. A second companion website for parents features the parent forms and video clips only. New to This Edition *Reflects the latest research and the ongoing development of Project ImPACT. *Streamlines the program for teaching parents--presents five main strategies that build on each other. *Appropriate for a broader range of children, including those without an ASD diagnosis who have social communication delays. *Optional unit on managing significant behavioral challenges. *Additional visuals, graphics, and forms that facilitate learning. *Expanded information on engaging parents, goal development, data collection, and adapting the program for a variety of settings.

Taking Turns

They show children how to share , be kind , take turns , be helpful , own up when they have made a mistake and how to make friends .

Author: Janine Amos

Publisher: Cherrytree Books

ISBN: 9781842344927

Category: Social interaction

Page: 32

View: 711

When children start mixing with others, at nursery school or playgroup, they have to learn how to behave and how to resolve conflicts. These simple stories feature typical conflicts, and show how good behaviour promotes happiness.

Waking Up Together

Everything, from food and water to space and time, needs to be shared. Sometimes this necessitates taking turns. Taking turns is a simple idea, ...

Author: Ellen Jikai Birx

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 161429139X

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 655

Waking Up Together is written for those who want to journey to new depths of intimacy, both spiritually and in their love relationship. The book shows how a committed, long-term relationship can enhance spiritual development and how relationships can be transformed by spiritual practice. Written by two Zen teachers married for thirty-seven years, it shows that relationships and all that arise from them can be a help--not a hindrance!--as we seek greater freedom and joy. It is possible to wake up together! Going far beyond merely recommending skills and strategies to improve relationships, Waking Up Together serves as a guide in our ongoing process of spiritual discovery and intimacy. Throughout the book the authors intermingle stories and poems along with anecdotes from their married life, empowering couples to awaken to an ever-expanding experience of relationship that is full of spontaneity, mystery, awe, love, and unlimited possibility. Waking Up Together will be useful for couples of all persuasions. It affirms and encourages couples to cultivate the richness of their own relationship, and open to the unbounded potential of love.

The Gift of Parenting

A cookie can be shared; a toy cannot. You will not be cutting the toy in half and giving half to each child. We take turns with the car and with the ball.

Author: Dr. Shanon Gibson

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982268514

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 160

View: 791

The opportunity to become a parent is truly a gift. When we step into one of the most challenging and important roles we will ever play, we are provided with the opportunity to unwrap this precious gift and create an amazing adult. In a comprehensive reference manual, Dr. Shanon Gibson relies on her experience as a seasoned teacher, educational entrepreneur, and infant/toddler developmental specialist to share strategies and insight for parents, educators, counselors, and caregivers that encourage positive early childhood experiences and the development of a whole person to achieve ideal lifelong outcomes. Dr. Gibson provides valuable information on the latest research findings, the growth of a child’s brain, developmental milestones related to a child’s birth gender, and concrete methods to change negative behaviors, build resilience, limit screen time and technology, teach social skills, and much more. Additionally, Dr. Gibson defines sensory processing and the eight sensory systems to help caregivers understand the uniqueness of every child and then successfully parent around it. The Gift of Parenting is a compassionate guide to unwrapping a child’s potential during early development to ensure the creation of a happy, productive adult.

100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners School Readiness

Teaching tip Anticipate where sharing and turn-taking will be difficult. ... This can make learning to take turns difficult and parents may support their ...

Author: Clare Ford

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472906934

Category: Education

Page: 144

View: 717

Success at school depends on being ready for school. Perfect for all nursery and pre-school settings, this book is packed full of fun and educational play-based ideas to develop the basic skills that every child needs to prepare them for that next big step. For newly qualified and experienced practitioners alike, this book offers a huge range of activities, from laying the foundations for early reading and writing, to developing social skills and building up physical dexterity. Tips are provided for making the ideas relevant to every child, whatever their learning style or individual needs and additional ideas for involving parents are also included. With 20 years' experience of teaching in mainstream and special education settings, Clare Ford brings vast experience, innovative ideas and invaluable advice for all Early Years practitioners involved in making the transition to 'big school' as smooth as possible.

I Can Take Turns

(Waiting to wash, sharing the tablet.) What are some other activities you've had to take turns doing? Sentence knowledge: Which punctuation mark is at the ...

Author: Daniel Nunn

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 1406281743

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 986

This book takes a very simple look at taking turns. Levelled text with repeated use of high frequency words makes the book perfect for beginning readers, while bright, colourful illustrations complement the text and maintain readers' interest.

Understanding Children s Behaviour

... Little understanding of sharing or taking turns Follows simple routines, ... frustrated ∞ Able to take turns and share some of the time without adult ...

Author: Penny Tassoni

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472952685

Category: Education

Page: 144

View: 102

Many Early Years settings are taking in children for longer periods and at a younger age. However, their day-to-day practice has not necessarily changed and instead leads to the 'management' of behaviour, rather than investigating why the behaviour is taking place. Through a combination of practice, theory and reflection, leading Early Years education consultant Penny Tassoni explores children's behaviour from a child-centred point of view. In doing so, she shows how, over time, children learn to be with others and the strategies that adults can use to positively support this development. Understanding Children's Behaviour is a practical handbook that is accessible and adaptable for Early Years practitioners looking to support children's behaviour by focusing on their personal and social skills. It includes a useful A-Z problem-solving section about dealing with unwanted behaviours for analysis and to guide practice.


Little Pet Shop

Little Pet Shop will help children learn essential social skills, such as how to be a good sport, the importance of taking turns and sharing.

Author: Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC

Publisher: Key Education Publishing Company

ISBN: 9781602681262

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 28

View: 629

Little Pet Shop will help children learn essential social skills, such as how to be a good sport, the importance of taking turns and sharing.

Positive Discipline for Childcare Providers

Give opportunities for sharing and taking turns. Say. “I know that's your tavorite toy. Which toy would you be willing to share with Michael?

Author: Jane Nelsen, Ed.D.

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 0307559181

Category: Education

Page: 368

View: 899

Empowering Methods for Effective Childcare As a professional childcare provider, you want to create an environment that is inviting and nurturing for children as well as encouraging for your adult staff. You want to find ways to form a partnership with parents in their children's development. Simply put, you want to provide an all-around quality childcare experience at every level. This book is also great for parents who want to take an active role in assuring the best childcare for their children. Positive Discipline for Childcare Providers offers a thorough, practical program that is easily adaptable to any childcare or preschool situation and setting. Inside are workable solutions to many of today's toughest childcare issues and everything you need to develop an enriching experience for children, parents, and workers alike. You'll learn how to: ·Create a setting where children can laugh, learn, and grow ·Support healthy physical, emotional, and cognitive development in all children, including those with special needs ·Encourage parents to establish a partnership with you and provide the same kind, firm limits and respectful environment at home ·Uncover support and learning opportunities for yourself and fellow childcare providers ·And much more! "In a magical way, Positive Discipline for Childcare Providers demonstrates techniques that decrease misbehavior by increasing the child's sense of capability, courage, and community feeling." —Rob Guttenberg, a state-certified childcare trainer, director of parenting education at YMCA Youth Services Maryland, and author of The Parent As Cheerleader "Wow! This book is an incredible resource full of effective and practical ideas—from creating an environment where everyone feels welcome to a model of discipline that respects and empowers adults and children." —Mary Jamin Maguire, M.A., L.P., LICSW, trainer, Minnesota School-Age Childcare Training Network

School Readiness and the Characteristics of Effective Learning

(Adapted from HighScope Educational Research Foundation3) To share is an ... need to be taught to share and take turns just as they are taught other skills.

Author: Tamsin Grimmer

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1784504467

Category: Education

Page: 128

View: 915

This guide to understanding school readiness in young children is essential reading for early years practitioners. It explores the concept of school readiness by unpicking what the term means for children and how we can define it in the context of the characteristics of effective learning. This includes ideas for promoting playing and exploring, active learning and creating and thinking critically. The book also considers how we can ensure schools are ready to receive children and suggests ways in which preschools and nurseries can work collaboratively with schools and engage parents and carers to ensure a smooth transition.