An informative and enchanting new anti-coloring book features creative activities that bring a circus adventure to life, including taking tickets, being a barker, taming lions, and flying high as an acrobat. Original. 35,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.
Let's have some fun without pranking someone! This is the perfect solution to days where you want to prank someone but you can't because you're too nice to do so. Well, at least in this coloring book you get all the pranking you want done! Coloring gives you the power to do actions, albeit only imaginatively. Grab a copy today!
Look inside the Anti-Colouring Book and you'll see that it's nothing like an ordinary colouring book. You won't find pages of boring pictures to colour in \- instead it's crammed with inspirational ideas that'll really get your imagination going. So what are you waiting for? Grab your paints, crayons, felt-tip pens, or whatever else you like to use, and get colouring creatively. If you can keep the book to yourself, that is!
Teaching Toddlers Self-Expression, Problem-Solving Skills, and an Appreciation for Art
Author: Susan Striker
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks
Category: Family & Relationships
From the creator of the bestselling Anti-Coloring Book series with more than 600,000 copies sold, a new parenting guide to encouraging creativity in preschool-age children Young at Art is the first and only comprehensive book for the general audience about the nature, value and impact of art on very young children. Directed towards parents and educators of one to five year olds, Susan Striker explains why children's art is not a frill, but the very foundation upon which all later fundamental skills are built. She drives home the idea that encouraging children's artistic growth will have beneficial effects on all other aspects of their emotional and intellectual development. At the core of this practical guide is the understanding that art is an important tool in teaching young children crucial concepts related to self-expression, reading and writing. As opposed to more structured exercises, such as coloring on dittos and underlining pictures in workbooks, Striker stresses that scribbling and free drawing experiments are the most important art activities a child can engage in; they better prepare children to read independently as they grow. Young at Art provides descriptions for age-appropriate art activities, tips for carrying them out safely, and helps parents recognize what a child's art work should look like at each stage of development. With Young at Art, parents will develop realistic expectations of their children's work, learn how to speak to their children about their art, and facilitate skills well beyond their creativity that will benefit children.
Newly repackaged editions in a series that has sold more than one million copies More than a million copies of these innovative books have been sold around the world since they were first published in 1978. The fifth and sixth books in this series offer additional activities in a charming new package to foster creativity in young children.
A Prompt Journal Toolbox to Record Anxiety Triggers and Learn Coping Skills
Author: Bravesouls Journals
We recommend keeping your anxiety journal nearby so youcan complete it during or immediately following periods ofemotional distress.Use the space to assign a number to describe how intensethe emotional and physical experience is during and followinguse of coping skills.Document what happened, the physical sensations you'reexperiencing, and the coping skills currently available (basedon where you are and what is safe to do). Don't forget todocument using your coping skills through pictures, charts, lists, or other forms