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Kid Cooperation: How to Stop Yelling, Nagging, and Pleading and Get Kids to Cooperate Paperback – Mar 1 1996
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Here is a book we have long been waiting for, and one that we heartily welcome
I envy any parent who has the privelage of reading it and learning from it."
-From the preface by Louise Bates Ames, PhD., Associate Director, Gesell Institute of Human Development
"Kid Cooperation gives you the tools you need, not only to encourage compliance, but to create a close, loving, and respectful relationship between you and your child."
-From the foreword by William Sears, M.D., co-author of The Baby Book and The Discipline Book
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Would you like to know how to get your children to willingly cooperate? Would you like to eliminate many of your daily battles and end the yelling, nagging, and pleading? Would you like to handle discipline issues with knowledge and authority? During this process, would you like to learn how to boost your children's self-esteem, feel better about yourself as a person, and even improve your marriage?
This book is filled with real ideas for real families - practical, purposeful things you can do to improve family life. With the tools and skills presented in Kid Cooperation you can achieve the goal of raising happy, confident, self-disciplined children, and enjoy the process!
"Here is a book we have long been waiting for, and one that we heartily welcome. I envy any parent who has the privilege of reading it and learning from it." (Louise Bates Ames, Ph.D., Gesell Institute of Human Development)
"Kid Cooperation gives you the tools you need, not only to encourage compliance, but to create a close, loving, and respectful relationship between you and your child." (William Sears, M.D. Co-Author of The Baby Book and The Discipline Book)See all Product Description
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Each concept is clearly explained and examples are given -- the "wrong" way is demonstrated, it can be humourous, but it's amazing how many times I saw myself in them, such as "Kids! How many times to I have to tell you to put your toys away before dinner? You now the rule, yet every day you come to dinner and I see the room littered with toys. Before I put any food on the table, I expect to......" (Don't lecture. Me??) Then the book gives you the better way. (Make it brief.) "Kids -- the rule is, toys put away before dinner."
Each chapter has a summary page to copy and post on your refrigerator to help remind you of what you want to remember.
What's best is that Kid Cooperation gives you multiple ideas, since the author is a mother herself and knows that no one idea will work every time nor will it work with every kid.
I'd definately recommend this book if you want to be more calm and stop yelling and nagging your kids.
Also recommended: THE POCKET PARENT: Hundreds of answers targeted exclusively to parents of 2's, 3's, 4's, & 5's
This is a great book with lots of excellent advice on how to achieve cooperation from your children in a way that makes everyone a winner! Elizabeth is clear, straightforward and down to earth, making her book a joy to read.
This book is packed with real-life examples, and also takes into consideration that every family is different, and every child is different. Her advice is simple, and I have found it easy to apply. I loved this book so much not just for it's common sense, but also because the author is, again, down to earth! Her advice is geared to situations that all parents can relate to. I felt as though I was reading about myself!
I recommend this book to anyone who has, or works around children. The fact that it's easy to read makes it so I could get it finished even with an extremely tight schedule. Like I said before, it was an absolute joy to read. I found it enlightening, and I want every parent to know how wonderful this book is in helping with the day-to-day adventures of raising children. My only regret is that I didn't get it even sooner.
Elizabeth Pantley's book KID COOPERATION... is the best OPERATING Manual we have read. And the ideas are real experiences of Elizabeth and others. If one approach to a child rearing event doesn't work well there are usually others you can employ that will.
Our journey with our two boys was at a point where we were so frustrated! What we were doing was NOT working. Now, with the advice and experience of Elizabeth we feel alot more confident in our decisions of discipline and guidance.
We liked the book so much we plan to look into other books she has written.
Most recent customer reviews
Parenting would have to be the most difficult (yet rewarding!) job in the world. Of all parenting challenges, discipline is probably at the top of most parents' list. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2006 by Gaye Ward
This is certainly a must read for parents with children who are less than little angels. Kid Cooperation is a fantastic introduction to parenting and certainly will help in... Read morePublished on Dec 5 2004
By far the best parenting book that I have read
When I read a book I usualy write comments, underlines important stuff and put reminders. Read more
I loved this book! Lots of helpful hints and best of all lots of great ideas of what to do in specific situations. It really got me back on track with my kids.Published on Feb. 10 2004 by A. Mass
It's wonderful to read a book for parents by a parent who "gets it." No unrealistic ideas like "Have a Family Meeting" or "Explain Your Feelings. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2003
Kids don't want to be nagged. Parents don't really want to nag, either. But it is easy to fall into counter-productive behaviors. Read morePublished on Nov. 8 2003
I did not find this book helpful at all. The author tends to lecture while putting parents who unknowingly make mistakes into "cutesy" little categories like... Read morePublished on Oct. 6 2003 by BuckeyeBaby
The authoer gives a lot of great tips and advice for the first 8 chapters or so. Then she gets into some non-parenting things like eating right and loses steam. Read morePublished on July 15 2003
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