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Preschool Explorers
by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN with Diane Snyder

Table of Contents

About the Authors
Introduction
1 • Use Life as a Classroom
2 • Four Things to Avoid
3 • Teach About Authority
4 • What to Expect from a Three-Year-Old
5 • What to Expect from a Four-Year-Old
6 • What to Expect from a Five-Year-Old
7 • Two Heart Qualities for Preschoolers
8 • Explore Your Child’s Interests
9 • Encourage Large Muscle Development
10 • Encourage Imagination
11 • Use Creativity to Enhance Fine Motor Development and Self-Concept
12 • Lying and the Development of the Conscience
13 • The Way You Give Instructions Teaches Important Lessons
14 • Morning Routines
15 • Helping Children Learn from Life
16 • Channel Your Child’s Growing Independence
17 • Use Choices to Teach Decision-Making
18 • Prepare Yourself for Surprise Challenges
19 • Make Correction Strategic
20 • Firm but Gentle Correction
21 • Dealing with Anger Episodes
22 • Teaching Faith in Simple Terms
23 • A Spiritual Milestone: Memorizing Scripture
24 • Develop Reasoning Skills
25 • Use Rules to Clarify Expectations
26 • Teach Responsibility through Chores
27 • What about Using Rewards?
28 • Social Skills Training
29 • Help Your Child Make Friends
30 • Teach a Plan for Sibling Conflict
31 • Consider Schooling Options
32 • The Challenge of Separation
33 • What to Do about Fear
34 • The Power of Encouragement
35 • Make Mealtimes Special
36 • Healthy Eating without a Battle
37 • The Challenge of Day and Night Potty Training
38 • Outgrowing Immature Habits
39 • Teach Your Child about Sex
40 • When to Call the Doctor
41 • Build a Strong Bond with Your Child
42 • Develop a Bedtime Routine
43 • Take Time for the Important
 
 
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