A Dragon Book to Teach Children about Choices and Consequences. A Cute Story to Teach Kids How to Make Good Choices (My Dragon Books - Volume 14)
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A Cute Dragon Book To Teach Kids About Consequences and Making Good Choices.
Your Children Will Immediately Understand Why Some Small Thoughtless Actions Could Lead To Big Consequences, and How To Make Good Choice!
Having a pet dragon is very fun.
You can teach your dragon to sit, stand, roll over, and you can even potty train him...
But what if your dragon is constantly doing bad things, and he argues that "it's so small," "just a little thing," "nobody will know," etc?
What do you do?
You teach him about consequences. You teach him that everything we do, no matter small or big, will come back in return, and so he should consider to do good things instead.
How do you do it? - Get this book now and find out how!
Fun, cute and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this playful dragon book will help kids to understand consequences, and how to make good choices.
A must have book for children and parents to teach kids lessons about consequences.
GET THIS BOOK NOW AND ENJOY!
We wanted her to feel GOOD about this book. We wanted her to relate and understand and not feel picked on. We will be getting more from this author.
We loved this for our five year old. We also bought the stuffed animal and told him that was his dragon to teach now. We felt this really drove the lesson home. We can tell he understands and is very engaged.
Love these books and the dragon for my life skills class.
As a parent we try our hardest but sometimes need a little help. This book helped my son understand that his action have consequences and he is responsible for them.
I'm a 3rd grade teacher, and after 11 years of trying various ways to teach kids how to behave respectfully, I knew they needed a new approach. Students respond so well to picture books, and this book was an amazing conversation starter! With vibrant pictures and rhymes, the students were engaged the whole way through. After reading, we analyzed the book on chart paper explaining what the dragon did, how he responded, but then how he should have responded. With examples the students can relate to, this chart will stay up all year and I will refer to it all year. Perfect for 3rd graders! I look forward to buying more books of this series.