(This book cannot be returned.)
Follow a boy as he works through small, medium and big choices. Kids will gain confidence in their own ability to make wise choices.
Kids can become resilient, confident and happy when they are mindful of their choices. They'll learn to set goals, visualize their dreams and stay focused. Making choices is a normal part of a child's life. In this fun, colorful book kids will learn that there are small, medium and big choices. For the small choices, they can casually make a decision. For medium choices, they need to think and to take time to make the choice. For big choices, kids are encouraged to ask for help. Don't sweat the small ones, be reasonable on the medium choices, and get help on the big choices.
A boy chooses which shoes to wear to school and is comfortable making a mixed-up choice because it's a small decision. He thinks hard about his grandmother's birthday present--a medium decision--because he loves her and cares what she thinks. When he has to choose a sport, he asks Mom and Dad for advice. Big decisions should be talked about so all the variables are considered.
The final pages are designed to facilitate discussion between teachers/parents and the child. It's particularly important to discuss "WHY" a child favors one option over another. Bring the thinking part of decision to the forefront to guide the process.
Parents and teacher will find this a helpful book to read with kids. Discussion pages encourage kids to explain WHY they'd make this choice or that. Read this book with your child today to give them confidence that they can make wise choices.