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What Were You Thinking?: A Story About Learning to Control Your Impulses (Executive Function)

What Were You Thinking?: A Story About Learning to Control Your Impulses (Executive Function)

"Third-grader Braden loves to be the center of attention. His comic genius, as he sees it, causes his friends to look at him in awe. But when his ill-timed jokes and actions result in interrupting class or hurting others, it's time for a lesson about impulse control"--Provided by publisher.

Have You Filled A Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids: 10th Anniversary Edition (Bucketfilling Books)

Have You Filled A Bucket Today?: A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids: 10th Anniversary Edition (Bucketfilling Books)

"Children are not the only ones that need to learn how to be truly happy. It’s all in the bucket, that invisible bucket that follows you everywhere... teaches young readers valuable lessons about giving, sharing, and caring. This guide to daily happiness, though, is not just for kids. We all need reminders of the benefits of positive thinking and positive behavior. It’s an important lesson to teach and remind us all . . . that showing kindness and appreciation of others goes a long way to making this world a happier place for everyone, including ourselves. A classic tale, beautifully told and beautifully shared." —Emily-Jane Hills Orford, Readers' Favorite Book Reviews

While using a simple metaphor of a bucket and a dipper, author Carol McCloud illustrates that when we choose to be kind, we not only fill the buckets of those around us, but also fill our OWN bucket! Conversely, when we choose to say or do mean things, we are dipping into buckets. All day long, we are either filling up or dipping into each other's buckets by what we say and what we do. When you're a bucket filler, you make the world a better place to be! This 32-page picture book is perfect for children, parents, grandparents, teachers and people that want to teach empathy, nurture kindness and create a positive environment in their home, classroom, workplace and community.

For more information on bucket filling or free downloadables and resources, please visit www.bucketfillers101.com.

Publications by Bucket Fillers:
• Have You Filled a Bucket Today?
• Fill a Bucket
• Growing Up with a Bucket Full of Happiness
• My Bucketfilling Journal
• Will You Fill My Bucket?
• Bucket Filling from A to Z
• Bucket Filling from A to Z Poster Set
• My Very Own Bucket Filling from A to Z Coloring Book
• BABY'S BUCKET Book
• Halle and Tiger with their Bucketfilling Family
• Buckets, Dippers, and Lids

My Mouth Is A Volcano

My Mouth Is A Volcano

Whenever thoughts pop into Louis's head, he can't control his mouth, and he ends up interrupting everybody.

The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make: A Guide for Teens: Updated for the Digital Age

The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make: A Guide for Teens: Updated for the Digital Age

From the author of the wildly popular bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens comes the go-to guide that helps teens cope with major challenges they face in their lives—now updated for today’s social media age. In this newly revised edition, Sean Covey helps teens figure out how to approach the six major challenges they face: gaining self-esteem, dealing with their parents, making friends, being wise about sex, coping with substances and succeeding at school and planning a career. Covey understands the pain and confusion that teens and their parents experience in the face of these weighty, life-changing and common difficulties. He shows readers how to use the 7 Habits to cope with, manage and ultimately conquer each challenge—and become happier and more productive. Now updated for the digital and social media age, Covey covers how technology affects these six decisions, keeping the information and advice relevant to today’s teenagers.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

A companion volume to "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens" offers teens practical ways to cope with such important issues as peers, parents, relationships, school choices, and the future.

How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids

How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids

An illustrated adaptation of the long-running bestseller How Full Is Your Bucket? (more than 400,000 copies sold) for kids — told through the story of a boy who learns a valuable “bucket filling” metaphor and watches it come to life as the day unfolds.

Every moment matters.

Each of us has an invisible bucket. When our bucket is full, we feel great. When it’s empty, we feel awful. Yet most children (and many adults) don’t realize the importance of having a full bucket throughout the day.

In How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids, Felix begins to see how every interaction in a day either fills or empties his bucket. Felix then realizes that everything he says or does to other people fills or empties their buckets as well.

Follow along with Felix as he learns how easy it can be to fill the buckets of his classmates, teachers and family members. Before the day is over, you’ll see how Felix learns to be a great bucket filler, and in the process, discovers that filling someone else’s bucket also fills his own.

No Difference Between Us: Teach children gender equality, respect, choice, self-esteem, empathy, tolerance, and acceptance

No Difference Between Us: Teach children gender equality, respect, choice, self-esteem, empathy, tolerance, and acceptance

Jess and Ben are twins. Jess is a girl and Ben is a boy but in all the BIG ways, there is NO difference between them!

Explore with the children in your care the important issues of gender equality and respectful relationships. Combining cheerful illustrations and a simple but effective narrative, this book will help children to understand that, fundamentally, there is no difference between us.

This book encourages equality and respect for each other from the earliest of years. In order to reduce gender-based violence we need to teach gender equality and respectful relationships to young children. What better way than through a picture storybook? Children are visual learners and the match between illustration and text in this story will assist them to understand that we are all human -- everyone feels, and everyone has hopes and dreams. Our gender should be and needs to be irrelevant.

Throughout the text, open-ended questions are provided on each spread so children have the opportunity to talk about their own experiences -- allowing the child to have a voice. There are more in-depth Discussion Questions on pages 30 and 31 encouraging the reader and the child to think about each scenario, and engage with the message.

"We're all people with feelings, aspirations and dreams . . . no better or worse . . . it's the little differences that make us unique but it doesn't change the big ways that we are the same."
Susannah Low Designer and mother of two daughters

The Berenstain Bears and the Blame Game (First Time Books(R))

The Berenstain Bears and the Blame Game (First Time Books(R))

This classic Berenstain Bears story is a perfect way to teach children about taking responsibility for their actions!

Come for a visit in Bear Country with this classic First Time Book® from Stan and Jan Berenstain. Papa and Mama have had it with Brother and Sister constantly blaming each other for everything. Will the cubs ever learn to accept responsibility, or will they just keep playing the blame game? Includes over 50 bonus stickers!

Not Everyone Is Nice: Helping Children Learn Caution with Strangers (Let's Talk Book)

Not Everyone Is Nice: Helping Children Learn Caution with Strangers (Let's Talk Book)

Kathy is waiting for her mother outside of school when a strange car approaches. The smiling man inside offers to drive Kathy home, suggesting that her mother may be hurt or sick. Just before Kathy is ready to climb in, her mother arrives and the man speeds off. Kathy is confused and hurt that the nice man would leave so quickly. Later that night, Kathy's parents use examples from nature of pretty but lethal plants and fish to show her that animals and people that look or seem nice may be very dangerous. Not Everyone is Nice teaches children what to do if a stranger approaches and reminds them that looking or acting nice doesn't mean a person is safe.

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