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๐Ÿงธ Calm Down Toddler Tools: Elizabeth Verdick's Expert Solution for Managing Your Active Child Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5ย ย 
๐Ÿ“š Early Learning Classroom Supplies, ๐Ÿงฌ Science Education

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best Desk Book for Child Aggression

My son started hitting before he was 2 years old and is now 26 months old. I bought a few other books beforehand because I didn't think they were many pages or better than what we had. I finally gave in and I'm glad I did. I've attached the first two pages. Another reviewer said it wasn't obvious enough, but I almost appreciate subtlety more because it shows my son that he doesn't have to be completely hysterical to call. In addition, there are a variety of suggestions that the baby can make to

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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great for our needs!

ETA: He uses the tactics described in this book, in particular he prefers to be held when upset. He's almost 4 1/2 now and still pulling out the book. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who reads it, but I often recommend it to other parents/teachers etc. I think this book is fantastic! I wanted a book that would really help my child deal with relapse and emotional regulation. This book is perfect for that! He has attention issues, he's a little late, and for a 3 1/2 year old thisโ€ฆ

  • Great for a small home
  • Questionable purchase for the elderly

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Emotions too thinly drawn for madness and sadness

This is one of several books I have recently purchased to introduce the idea of self-soothing to our son who is 5 years old and has special needs . he can do this when he is depressed or upset. My main reason for deducting a star is because the expressions on children's faces that are sad or angry are drawn very thinly. For a lot of kids, that's not a big deal, but for our son, who is considered low functioning on the autism spectrum, it really is. He needs to see clearer facial expressionsโ€ฆ

  • Lots of positive emotions
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