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Author Bailey, Rebecca Anne, 1952-
Title I love you rituals / Becky A. Bailey.
Pub Info New York : HarperCollins Publishers, c2000.
book jacket
 West Falmouth Children's Coll.  Parenting 306.87 BAI     AVAILABLE
Edition 1st ed.
Descript xiii, 208 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (p. [205] and index.
Contents Boosting your child's brain potential: Four vital goals of I love you rituals -- I love you rituals and disciplining children: Powerful connection -- Getting started and ensuring success -- Positive nursery rhymes: Wonderful woman who lived in a shoe -- Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater -- Twinkle, twinkle, little star -- Little Miss Muffet -- Humpty Dumpty -- Georgie Porgie -- Margie Pargie -- Mary had a little lamb -- Little bo peep -- Hot cross buns -- Mary, Mary, extraordinary -- To market, to market -- Wee Willie (Wendy) Winkie -- Jack be noodle -- Ba ba, black sheep -- Three nice mice -- Interactive finger plays: Dancing hands -- Five little babies -- Growing up -- Here's the beehive -- Here's the bunny -- Mr. Sun -- On your face -- One, two, three, four, five -- Round and round the garden -- There was a little mouse -- Ten little candles -- Hello game -- This little finger -- This little finger goes night-night -- Today is-' birthday -- Two blackbirds -- Warm hands -- You have ten little fingers -- Your fingers are so sleepy -- You've been gone -- Silly interactions: Family handshakes -- My hand is stuck -- Greetings -- What did you bring home from school today? -- My face has a gift for you -- Silly me -- Jelly bean toes -- Yes and no game -- You have a present -- Mama's smart girl (boy) -- Soothing and relaxing games: Goodnight elbow -- Guess what I am writing (drawing)? -- Hot dog game -- Putting lotion on the hurts -- Tell me when I am at the end -- Rub and dry game -- Move what I touch -- Story hand -- Hide-and-seek games: Find the stickers -- Find the yarn -- Hello, toes/good-bye, toes -- Can you find it? -- I'm hiding -- Peek-a-boo. I see you! -- Where are those hands? -- Where did it go? -- Cuddling and snuggling games: Snuggle time -- Blanket swing -- Row, row, row your boat -- Snuggle up -- Held in my arms -- Physically active games: Blanket volleyball -- Cotton ball blow -- Big crash -- Cat and the bunny -- Walk and stop.
Summary Presents family oriented games, rhymes, and rituals designed to stimulate children's interest in learning, build children's confidence, enhance discipline, and create bonds between family members. The author of Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline, describes fun activities that enhance behavior and learning in children from infancy through age 8. I Love You Rituals offer more than seventy delightful rhymes and games that send the message of unconditional love and enhance children's social, emotional, and school success. Winner of a 1999 Parent's Guide Children's Media Award, these positive nursery rhymes, interactive finger plays, soothing games, and physically active can be played with children from infancy through age eight. In only minutes a day, these powerful rituals, primes a child's brain for learning, helps children cope with change, enhances attention, cooperation, and self-esteem, helps busy families stay close, affirms the parent child bond that insulates children from violence, peer pressure, and drugs, and much more. Easy to learn and especially effective in stressful situations, I Love You Rituals gives parents, grandparents, caregivers, and teachers inspiring tools to help children thrive. More than 70 fun, easy, brain-building activities are included in this guidebook for parents to dramatically improve children's behavior, build emotional intelligence, and transform adult child relationships.
Subject Parent and child.
ISBN 0688161170 (alk. paper)
9780688161170 (alk. paper)
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