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How To Motivate Your Child For School

Author : Andrew Martin
ISBN : 9781742749037
Genre : Self-Help
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A positive, practical guide for parents who want to help their children be the best they can be at school - and beyond. Do you worry that your child has no interest in schoolwork? Is your child reluctant to do homework? Do you worry about your sons struggling at school while girls are enthusiastic achievers? Do you want to help your child manage their study load better so they leave time for sporting activities and simple fun? If you answered yes to any of these questions, HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR CHILD FOR SCHOOL AND BEYOND has all the answers and more. A positive, practical guide to helping children be the best they can be, it offers achievable solutions for parents who want their children to do well at school – and enjoy the process. New research shows the difference between children who are enthusiastic achievers and those who struggle isn't simply the makeup of the child. Packed with authoritative information and hands on strategies for parents and teachers, HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR CHILD is a must-have for parents and professionals who work with families and children. Andrew Martin won the prestigious American Psychological Association's international award for his innovative work on what makes children achieve – and happy – at school. In this book he reveals the secrets that will stop arguments over homework and worries about your child's achievements at school and university forever.
Category: Self-Help

How To Motivate Your Children To Do Well In School

Author : Silvi Dia
ISBN : 9798593368256
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As children get older, more responsibility is placed on them to complete their homework and stay on top of their assignments. While some students have the motivation to complete their work on time, other students struggle to get started.Although it's important for parents to take an active role in ensuring their child completes homework, it's also important to not force your child to do it-there's a big difference between forcing and motivating.Encouraging your child to find motivation in a positive way is important for building habits that last. Forcing your child to do work can make him or her resent study time, making self-motivation much more difficult to achieve.So what can you do when your child has no motivation to study? Check out these tips to help your child find the drive to get homework done.

Motivating Kids

Author : Ronit Baras
ISBN : 9780975797655
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Frustrated with your kids' lack of motivation? Tired of nagging? Want to motivate your children without using force? Motivating Kids is the book for you! This is the ultimate comprehensive guide to motivating kids that will teach you the science of motivation: the Why, the What, and most importantly, the How to motivate your kids. The practical tips work just as effectively, and just as easily, on toddler and on teenagers. We all know that motivated kids can do everything. Even more than their knowledge, their academic achievements, their skills and abilities, their drive and motivation will determine their success in life. Motivation is like a battery that keeps people going. The fuller the battery is, the further we can go. Motivation is what makes your child get up in the morning, eat, take care of him/herself, learn, try new things and experience the world to the fullest. It is like the fuel that keeps them going and, as a parent you want them to go far. If you want to make sure your kids will go far, into every destination in life, you want to make sure their motivation battery is full. Motivating Kids is your ultimate guide to motivating your kids to be the best they can be. About 300 pages of practical ways to fill up the battery and fuel up their life, 211 quotes to inspire you and your kid to do amazing things and be the best you can be: best parent, best child. In 18 chapters, this ultimate guide gives you 303 practical tips that can change your parenting and help you become a role model for your child. This parenting course has 28 exercises that will lead you to it, gradually and with confidence and save you wondering the "how to" of motivation. This book, which is a summary of 17 parenting sessions, includes new research and statistics that will reveal the science of motivation and save you sitting through courses, classes and hundreds of books.
Category: Family & Relationships

Motivate Your Child

Author : Scott Turansky
ISBN : 9780529100740
Genre : Religion
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We need a parenting revolution! Most parenting approaches end up encouraging children to ask the wrong questions about life: What’s in it for me? Are you going to pay me for that? What’s the minimum I need to do to get by? But God’s Word gives us a better way to parent, one that builds strong internal motivation in children. When parents change the way they parent, kids change the way they live. This practical book explores a theology of internal motivation and then gives parents real-life solutions to equip their kids for life. You’ll learn . . . • how to parent in ways that build internal motivation so that kids don’t have to rely on you to get things done. • the four promptings of the conscience and how to coordinate your parenting to take advantage of them. • ways to energize your spiritual training with fun and creativity. • how to help children respond to mistakes instead of blaming, defending, or justifying. The greatest gift you can give your child is strong moral and spiritual development—this book shows you how. Every chapter includes practical examples of families applying the Bible to their current issues. Join the revolution!
Category: Religion

Internal Drive Theory Motivate Your Child To Want To Study

Author : Petunia Lee
ISBN : 1478289473
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This book documents 11 different motivation strategies, each inspired by an established stream of research in the field of Human Motivation. These strategies are designed to bring about Internal Drive IgnitionTM in children. They form part of a larger basket of strategies that Dr Petunia Lee uses to ignite internal drive in children.Each research-inspired strategy is explained simply and illustrated with real-life anecdotes in order to paint the hows and whys of its use in vivid detail. Used together, these strategies may help families save money on tuition because a motivated child is half the battle won. It is hoped that these strategies will sweeten the lives of many children by enhancing the motivation skills of parents.This is a book worth buying because it brings gentleness and love back into motivation ... and shows that these two are far more effective motivators than fear, bribes and nagging. Successful use of these strategies also strengthens family relationships. The rewards from the use of these strategies will be reaped for many long years after the child has left school.

Motivate To Communicate

Author : Simone Griffin
ISBN : 0857002155
Genre : Psychology
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This practical resource is brimming with exciting ideas and guidance for motivating children with autism and other communication difficulties. The clear, user-friendly format enables quick access to over 300 practical, fun-filled games and activities for developing your child's communication skills. The book suggests creative ways to use everyday toys and objects. For example, if your child likes to pop bubbles, perhaps he would also enjoy counting bubbles, catching bubbles on a wand, stomping them with his feet or even playing bubble volleyball! The innovative ideas in this book have been developed over 40 years of clinical and educational experience, and are designed to be fun for both the adult and the child. All resources mentioned in this book are readily available and can be used to advance communication skills at all levels, from reaching out for an item, to extending verbal communication. Motivate to Communicate! is perfect for supporting parents, care-givers and professionals in motivating and developing the communication skills of children on the autism spectrum.
Category: Psychology

How To Motivate Children To Learn

Author : Michele Henderson
ISBN : 9788190773447
Genre : Child psychology
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Motivation plays an important role in forming students' desire to participate in the learning process. Although students may be equally motivated, the sources of their motivation may differ. The sources to which they attribute their successes and failures create critical implications for them. This book offers some valuable guidelines for how they should approach and cope with such complicated learning situations.
Category: Child psychology

Walking With Your Child

Author : Seema Dhall
ISBN : 9781649195449
Genre : Family & Relationships
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First-time author, Seema Dhall, a mother of two and a teacher to thousands of children, offers her insight into how to raise happy, well-adjusted, responsible and morally conscious children in this day and age where most families are nuclear and both parents work, leaving little time for extremely busy parents to effectively raise their young ones. She elaborates on how parents can meet the physical, emotional, developmental and social needs of their children at different stages of their childhood. She offers tips on how to raise an aggressive child, a strong-willed child and a sensitive child. How do you nurture and mould early-age emotions productively? How do you resolve the dilemma of traditional versus the modern ethos of parenting? How do you establish control, without nagging, anger, threats or power struggles, especially during the teenage years? How do you protect your children from the dangers of social media? All these and many more questions are answered diligently, based on her firsthand experience and tried and tested methods. Walking With Your Child is a compelling read as she intersperses her writ-ing with little anecdotes and stories that illustrate a particular moral or value, which parents can share with their children.
Category: Family & Relationships

Dinosaur Coloring Book For Kids

Author : Garey Teacher
ISBN : 9798561690235
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Dinosaur Coloring Book For Kids, dinosaur coloring book for kids ages 4-8/8-12 Girls and BoysI know very well how to deal with a child in your child's years, especially in learning, because I work as a professorThis appears well in my book because I have moved from simple exercises to move step by step to what is more difficultThis is what it termedGradual learning.We have enabled the look-inside feature to make sure the content is very effective and appropriate for your child's ageWe don't have to start with the child. Any exercise, how difficult was it.This is unhealthy for your childAlso, we must not forget the motivational pages that make the child more willing to continue, and this is what we have in the bookWe have also put in place space for the mother and father to write a note on the child's achievement.Our book is very effective because we have been working in this field for a long timeAppropriate For girls and boysAdvice: Do not put your son in the learning cage while he reviews a lessonThis is a mistake, or you ask him to calm down and sit uprightThis is wrongThe child always loves to learn while he is moving at the same time, so this is the nature of children.Do not compare your way of learning with that of your childThis book is based on many different methods of learning that I have studied and applied with my studentsThe result is always good

Unlocking Your Child S Genius

Author : Andrew Fuller
ISBN : 9781473529595
Genre : Family & Relationships
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We all want our child to be the best they can be, but how can we discover and encourage their natural talents? Clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller believes that every child has an innate sense of inquisitiveness, creativity and lateral thinking that forms the basis of genius. However, social conditioning and school life can lead to a desire to conform and fit in which can squash their curiosity. For parents and grandparents, Andrew Fuller’s new book holds the way to unlock their child’s genius. No the answer is not homework, more after school tutoring or blaming the school. Yes the answer is thinking, talking and listening, and delightfully making mistakes together. Covering the age range of 2 to 18, Andrew draws on the latest research and his own extensive work with thousands of children in private practice. He shows parents how to recognise the qualities in their child that predict genius – creativity, motivation, determination, imagination and the willingness – and build on these essential foundations regardless of which field their talents lie in.
Category: Family & Relationships

Stop Flunking A Guide For Parents

Author : Ayele Shakur
ISBN : 1595268286
Genre : Academic achievement
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After eight years of research and development within classrooms, the authors share their secrets, which have helped hundreds of unmotivated, failing teenagers get better grades in school. (Education/Teaching)
Category: Academic achievement

Start With The Heart

Author : Kathy Koch, PhD
ISBN : 9780802497574
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Parenting strategies you can be proud of You know the feeling. You got frustrated, desperate, or overwhelmed and you reacted before you could think it through. Whether it’s a one-time thing or it becomes a habit, we all parent in ways we don’t like. But it doesn’t have to continue. Whether it’s bribery, yelling, counting to three, or threats of punishment you didn’t mean to make, reacting never feels good. But if you can learn to act with intentionality, you’ll feel better about your choices and be grateful for the results. Dr. Kathy Koch (pronounced “cook”), author of Screens and Teens and 8 Great Smarts, will teach you proven strategies for training your child’s heart and parenting in a way that honors God. She’ll help you move your child from, “I can’t, I won’t," to “I can, I will, and I did.” We can do better than “Because I said so.” or “No screen time for 3 days.” We can do better than mere behavior modification. We can change our children’s hearts and teach them to do what is good, godly, and right even when we’re not around. Once you’ve learned to put these motivation strategies in place there’s no more need to nag, you’ll be astounded at what your kids will do without being asked. Dr. Kathy doesn’t offer a quick-fix. Starting with the heart is all about changing what children believe in order to change their behavior. And learning to use this kind of motivation takes effort, consistency, and strategy, but it works. And it’s never too late! If you’re willing to commit to a little hard work up front, you’ll enjoy your kids, your life, and yourself much more when you learn to start with the heart.
Category: Family & Relationships

Be The Parent Your Child Deserves

Author : Rae Turnbull
ISBN : 1564145085
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Written by a veteran educator, parent, and master teacher, this book guides parents, many of whom are fearful of parenting, in reclaiming their teaching role through personal stories and anecdotes, encouraging them to motivate, inspire, and lead their children.
Category: Family & Relationships

Teaching Your Child To Write

Author : Cheri Fuller
ISBN : 0425159833
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Offers parents hundreds of tips, ideas, and projects designed to teach a child the basics of writing as well as proper grammar
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Motivating Children And Adolescents For Academic Success

Author : Norman Brier
ISBN : PSU:000063111583
Genre : Education
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Grade 3-12. This timely resource provides educators and mental health professionals with research-based strategies for conducting a 10-session, parent-involvement program. The book presents essential skills and information for increasing parents' ability to influence their children's academic motivation in positive ways. Covers areas such as providing emotional support, setting appropriate expectations, monitoring progress, communicating with school personnel, promoting self-determination, establishing study skills, helping with homework, and more. The sessions are flexible, interactive, and learner-centered. Instructional methods include reminiscing, role-playing, group discussions, and homework assignments. An accompanying CD provides reproducible session handouts, student worksheets, checklists, quizzes, and evaluation measures.
Category: Education


Author : Janine Walker Caffrey
ISBN : 9781458723598
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Designed to get kids off the couch and into the world, "Drive" reveals the secrets of raising a self-starter. Dr. Caffrey outlines nine powerful techniques proven to beat boredom and foster resourcefulness.
Category: Family & Relationships