by Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana
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About the Book:
"By paying extra attention to the whole brainchild, you are helping&hellip, develop all the skill sets necessary [for kids to] lead honest, compassionate, caring, independent and fruitful lives."
In 101 Tips for Child Development, author Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana provides valuable tools to parents, which she learned in over a decade helping children and their parents and her own experience teaching her own 3 children about social issues and morals. It is vital to understand how your child’s brain development affects social skills and behavior in school and at home. The author offers proven methods to use your children’s whole brain to maximize the effect of positive parenting.
In this helpful kids behavior improvement guide, you will learn powerful methods any parent can use to raise respectful, well-adjusted children with positive self-esteem:
● How to raise kids with morals and ambition to be successful
● How to use positive discipline and reassurance to reinforce values
● Overcoming low self-esteem and self-doubt in children
● Whole Brain training for kids — using both the right brain and left brain together for maximum effect on cognitive development and improving social skills and conflict resolution
● How to monitor social media for kids and teens
● Teaching empathy for kids — why it is important
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About the Author:
Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana, the author of 101 Tips for Child Development: Proven Methods for Raising Children and Improving Kids Behavior with Whole Brain Training, is a loving wife, mother of teens, teacher, lecturer and #1 amazon best-selling author. She attended the University of Lagos and attained her first degree in Estate Management, following this with a master's degree in Management and Education from the University of Greenwich UK, simply for the sheer passion and love she has four children.
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