Kidzmix Helping Kids Become Social Heroes
|Do you want your child to make more friends?|
|To know how to keep calm when things go wrong?|
|To become a ‘Champion of Ignoring’ silly stuff?|
|To be an expert at handling bullying and teasing?|
|To be able to bounce back from tough situations?|
Of course you do! There’s not a parent in the world who wouldn’t answer ‘Yes!’ to every one of those questions – because every parent wants their child to have friends, to be happy and to know how to deal with the tough stuff. But it’s not only about those important things, it’s also about knowing how to calm down and ignore; how to be a positive thinker and so much more………………….
Kidzmix Helping Kids Become Social Heroes teaches kids 13 skills of being ‘Playground Smart’. Skills like;
- How to be more friendly and make more friends
- How to stop a bully with the ‘Six Step Stick Up’
- How to stop teasers in their tracks
- How to keep your cool when kids are annoying you
- How to stop ‘Stinkin Thinkin’ sucking away happiness
- And much, much more………..
Take a look here to see what else your child will learn – AND the book is available in both print version and MP3.
Full colour posters of each of the 13 Skills are available for download in A3 or A4 sizes
Praise for the book:
Kidzmix Helping Kids Become Social Heroes is a tremendous resource for parents – and their kids. It is a very quick read packed with practical tips and strategies. The role play activities, which come with step-by-step instructions, are empowering and also a lot of fun. The book has taught my daughter how to handle new situations and social interactions with confidence and enthusiasm, and now she knows exactly what to do when she feels that ‘Stinkin Thinkin’ coming on. This is one parenting book that won't gather dust on your bookshelf; you'll find yourself folding page corners, highlighting bullet lists, and returning for frequent refreshers as your child navigates his or her way through our increasingly social world."
“Kidzmix” Helping Kids Become Social Heroes is fabulous! I love it. It speaks the language of the child and teaches kids the core skills they need to get along with their peers – as well as themselves - and it shows parents and professionals effective and fun ways of how to do this. It is an important book, and I have never seen anybody write so well to kids about psychology. Bravo Helen!.