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📒No Biting ✍ Gretchen Kinnell
✏No Biting Book Summary : Biting is one of the most frustrating and widespread issues childcare providers and parents face. No Biting discusses why toddlers bite, how to respond to biting, and how to develop a plan to address repeated biting. It also explores what parents think of biting, how to respond to their suggestions and demands, and how to create biting policies. This second edition includes additional anti-biting strategies, new information on the causes of biting, and sample newsletter articles to educate parents.
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📒No Fighting No Biting No Screaming ✍ Bo Hejlskov Elvén
✏No Fighting No Biting No Screaming Book Summary : Fighting, biting, screaming and other behaviours that challenge the people dealing with them are often triggered by unsuitable surroundings or unrealistic demands. In this fresh and effective approach, Bo Hejlskov Elvén shows how identifying and adapting these problem areas can dramatically improve behaviour in people with autism and other developmental disabilities. This practical book explains how to reassess difficult situations and offers easy and effective strategies for eliciting positive responses without resorting to restraint and punishment. Based on the successful low-arousal approach, it is a proven method of stepping away from distress and towards calm, improving the quality of life of everyone involved. Helpful examples covering a wide range of developmental disabilities from autism to Down's Syndrome illustrate the positive changes that can be achieved. This empowering book will be invaluable to anyone attempting to deal with unproductive behaviour in individuals with developmental disabilities, whether at home or in a professional environment.
📒No Biting ✍ Karen Katz
✏No Biting Book Summary : Shows young readers that there is a better way to act out frustration than to bite, hit, push, or kick.
📒No Biting Louise ✍ Margie Palatini
✏No Biting Louise Book Summary : At the urging of her family, Louise, a young alligator, tries hard to kick her biting habit.
📒No More Biting ✍ Gwen Beaudean Thoma, EdD
✏No More Biting Book Summary : This little childrens book was written about fifteen years ago when my grandson Jaredan was about two years old and going to day care. He had a problem with biting at school. I went to the bookstore, thinking I might find a little book that I could read to him about biting. I thought that such a book would pique his interest and he might stop biting his friends at school. His mom and dad and his teacher had tried everything they could think of to get him to stop, but without success. I could not find such a book, so I decided that I would write one that might be helpful to other parents, grandparents, and teachers. I put the book away and never looked into having it published. When I retired and had more time, I took the manuscript out and read it. I felt it still had value, so I decided to pursue having it published. I hope you find this little book interesting and of value too.
📒Biting Solution ✍ Lisa Poelle
✏Biting Solution Book Summary : Biting is one of the most aggressive toddler behaviors that parents and childcare providers have to handle. Though the first bite can often com as a complete surprise—a normally mild-mannered child takes a chomp—the habit is a difficult one to break. This helpful guide provides parents and caregivers with recommendations for prevention, immediate intervention, and long-term solutions, and includes a puppet show script and a song that adults can use to help children learn to communicate without biting, hitting, or other inappropriate behavior.
📒Teeth Are Not For Biting ✍ Elizabeth Verdick
✏Teeth Are Not for Biting Book Summary : “Crunch crunch crunch. Teeth are strong and sharp. Crunch crunch crunch. Teeth can help you chew. But teeth are not for biting. Ouch! Biting hurts.” Sooner or later, almost all young children will bite someone—a friend, a parent, a sibling. This upbeat, colorful, virtually indestructible book helps prevent biting and teaches positive alternatives. The companion to our best-selling Hands Are Not for Hitting Board Book, Teeth Are Not for Biting gives reasons why children might want to bite. Little mouths feel sore when new teeth come in; sometimes kids bite when they’re hungry, tired, cranky, frustrated, angry, bored, distressed, or seeking attention. Author Elizabeth Verdick suggests positive things children can do instead of biting: chew a chewy toy, drink a cold drink, get a hug, tell a grown-up. This book also includes helpful tips for parents and caregivers.
📒No Fighting No Biting ✍ Else Holmelund Minarik
✏No Fighting No Biting Book Summary : The merry adventures of two scrapping alligator children—and of Rosa and Willy, their human counterparts. ‘Else Holmelund Minarik, whose Little Bear indicated a uniquely charming talent, has outdone herself here.’ —K.
📒Fingernail Biting ✍ N.H. Hadley
✏Fingernail Biting Book Summary : Everyone exhibits styles of movement and speech, traits and habits which are characteristic of them as people but do not contribute dir ectly to their purposeful activity at anyone time. Many of these will be expressions of personality of which the individual may be unaware or even cherish and which evoke a favorable or neutral response from others. Conversely, displays such as gross involuntary tics or compul sive rituals are a burden to the sufferer and are socially embarrassing or obnoxious. These may be manifestations of a more fundamental neurotic disorder or the product of deep-seated maladaptive learning. Nail-biting occupies a central position along such a spectrum. Al though it may serve as a tension-reducing or other functional device, few nail-biters would not wish to be rid of the habit but find it as difficult to eliminate as, say, an addiction to smoking. Even so, it cannot be considered abnormal in a psychiatric sense in that many nail-biters exhibit none of the traits and symptoms characteristic of mental disorder.