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Paperback – 112 pages
8.5 Inches × 11 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 290 Grams
BISAC: EDUCATION / Preschool & Kindergarten
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9780865711587
Pub. Date: 1989-01-01

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Keeping the Peace

Practicing Cooperation and Conflict Resolution with Preschoolers

by Susanne Wichert



Keeping the Peace is a handbook for parents, daycare providers, kindergarten teachers and playgroup leaders striving to create harmonious groups, bolster children's self-esteem, and foster cooperative and creative interactions between kids aged from two and a half to six. It includes carefully designed and clearly presented activities, anecdotes from the author's own extensive journals, and the theories behind the design.

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