HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD IN SCHOOL by Mary & Lawrence K. Frank
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HOW TO HELP YOUR CHILD IN SCHOOL

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One of the many progressively, psychologically-angled parental guidance books but with extended coverage. Included are many practical problems which are common worries--allowances, comics radio and television, etc. Beginning with the very young years the authors discuss variables in growth, discipline, handling of sex differences, and the constant need for approval and affection. They discuss the selection of a nursery school, learning in group experience, play material in the home and through the kindergarten age and first school years and middle years; they discuss the right type of school program, prevalent tendencies and interests to be encouraged. Of particular value to parents.

Pub Date: Sept. 25th, 1950
Publisher: Viking