Art for children and how to bring creative art into your home... easily... without too much mess.
Former teacher, now an author of books about art since 1985... writing my twentieth book now... all my books are about creative art experiences using materials found commonly in the home.
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Hi, Donna. Parenting has its challenges, doesn't it?? I'm an art expert, not behavior, but I'll give you my thoughts as a parent and educator. First, never use such tactics as hot sauce or soap.
I am not a behavior expert, and don't claim to have the answers for you. But I will give you my opinion as a mother. I can tell from this description that because you care so much you have paid way
This is out of my area of expertise. I am an art activity expert, not behavioral. But I have an opinion as a mother and an educator. Please understand that is not a professional opinion: The difference
Hello, Archana: I am not a childcare specialist, I am an art expert. I know about art, but not as much about children's behavior. But I will give you my advice. Here's what I would do as a parent:
My personal belief is that the sports are "extra". Schoolwork and good sportsmanship are first. Give her a strong explanation and plan for why you are removing her temporarily from gymnastics. The plan
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