101 Facts about Bullying: What Everyone Should Know by Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona

By Meline Kevorkian, Robin D'Antona


Everyone concerned with the care and welfare of kids and teenagers is faced with the problem of bullying, that's one in every of life's significant pressures dealing with youngsters. Bullying behaviors create an uncomfortable, threatening, or even antagonistic surroundings that make it tough for kids to learn.

101 evidence approximately Bullying is designed to collapse what the study says approximately bullying and its results, delivering rules for what can and will be performed to reduce or decrease it.

Kevorkian systematically discusses issues starting from relational bullying to cyber bullying to media and video violence to the felony ramifications of bullying, debunking fantasy and uncloaking the evidence approximately bullying and its prevention.

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In particular, be sure to add your own knowledge and 50 o The Smarter Preschooler experience. 14 Just make sure the questions and explanations are appropriate for the developmental level of your child. If your child has his or her own questions, take the time to fully answer them. If you do not have all the answers, be sure to find them and return later to share what you learned. We recommend reading to your youngster a minimum of thirty minutes a day. You may wish to break your reading sessions into three periods: ten minutes in the morning, ten minutes after lunch, and ten minutes before bed.

For example, in the fairy tale “The Three Little Pigs,” our curly-tailed friends illustrate how using different material to construct houses affects how their homes will withstand the wolf’s huffing and puffing. First the straw house fails, then the house made out of sticks collapses, but the wolf is unable to blow down the house constructed with bricks. Children can apply principles that they learn from a storyline. In this case, if they are constructing a fort outside, the materials they use will make a difference in how strong it is.

For instance, the dialogue between two mad scientists will be different than how a girl would speak to her puppy. The way an author describes a bandit scene in a medieval forest would not be the same as recounting how two boys solve a mystery. In addition to 46 o The Smarter Preschooler the varied storylines, books are written by authors with their own unique voices and writing styles. Also, there are stylistic differences between nonfiction and fiction books. Nonfiction books are written with a more direct voice and are not likely to include any dialogue.

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