Do you want to help your child develop into the person you know they can be?
This audiobook will help you achieve that aim!
We all want our children to excel and succeed in life. Unfortunately, with very young children, it can sometimes seem like an uphill battle when you are trying to speak to them, and they simply don’t listen. It can make us feel like we are failing as a parent when this happens, but that isn’t usually the case and most times you just need the right triggers to reach them.
Now you can learn the secrets that will help your children to grow and flourish with Montessori Toddler Disciplines - How to Talk So Your Children Will Listen: A Survival Guide to Life for Mothers and Fathers, an audiobook that comes in audio format to make life even easier for busy parents and provides information on:
- Approach for the Montessori guide
- How you can raise your toddler to be curious and responsible
- The positive disciplines to instill in your child
- The history of Montessori
- Knowing how to talk so that your child listens to you
- The brain of a toddler and how it works
- And more…
Suitable for any open-minded parent who has a willingness to put in the time and effort it takes to get it right, Montessori Toddler Disciplines is packed with practical and actionable advice you can start using immediately.
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wouldn't recommend it
I gave this book 3 stars, because it seems legit facts wise, but the attitude the writing and speaker gives off is just awful. The cocky way of saying how to deal with a toddler, without seeing the adult part's struggle in some situations is annoying. I purchased this book as it was recommended in "The Montessori toddler". Contrary to this book the latter actually has a very understanding tone to it, while teaching the importance of correct behavior towards children. If you want to read a book about it, please make it "The Montessori toddler".
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