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Is It a Big Problem or a Little Problem? When to Worry, When Not to Worry, and What to Do

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ISBN-10: 0312354126

ISBN-13: 9780312354121

Edition: 2007

Authors: Amy Egan, Amy Freedman, Judi Greenberg, Sharon Anderson, Jessica Glickman

List price: $18.99
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Your road map through the ups and downs of early childhood Almost every child, at some point during their early years won't listen, will throw a tantrum, will be mean or aggressive, shy or withdrawn, be a picky eater, and more. As a parent, you know that differences in children's learning styles and temperaments are a given. However, when any of these problem behaviors become the 'norm' for a child, a red flag should go up. If they affect a child's ability to be happy, relate to others, and go about his daily life, there may be a real problem. "Is it a Big Problem, or a Little Problem?" will help you to determine: -The size of the problem -How to manage problems on your own with…    
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Book details

List price: $18.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 10/16/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

The Basics
Prologue: Starting on the Right Foot
A Child in His Environment
Understanding Development
Social Emotional Development and Managing Behavior
Speech and Language Development
Motor Development
Sensory Processing
Where Children Struggle
Life at Home
Life Away from Home
Siblings and Playmates
Parks and Playgrounds
Holidays, Celebrations, and Birthday Parties
Out and About
Epilogue: Falling Down, Reaching for the Stars, and Coping with Feelings
Quick Reference Guide of Tips and Strategies
Early Warning Signs of Big Problems
Is My Child Ready for Preschool?
Is My Child Ready for Kindergarten?
Using Visuals to Support Children and Enhance Learning
How to Make and Use Behavior Plans and Star Charts
Working with Other Professionals
Resource Guide
End Notes
Selected Reading