A Cute Children’s Book to Teach Kids Clean Up Their Own Messes and Pick Up After Themselves (My Dragon Books – Volume 55)
Having a pet dragon is very fun! You can train him to do many things…
You can train him to sit, rollover, and play…
You can teach him to candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things…
But what if your dragon doesn’t want to clean up his messes? What if he doesn’t take care of his toys, books, and personal belongings and put them everywhere? What if he is not a team player and doesn’t clean up with everyone in this classroom? What if he’d make every excuse possible to avoid helping his classmates and teacher keep the classroom clean and neat? What if he thinks picking up his toys is Mom’s job? What if he fights you every time you ask him to clean up after himself? And much more…
What should you do?
You teach him why it’s essential to clean up after himself. You train him to keep his room tidied up and organized. You show him how to take care of his classroom and not make a mess. You help him understand why he should pick up after himself and help his teacher, Mom, Dad, and friends, and more…
How do you do that?
Get this book now and learn how!
Let your children learn with Diggory Doo, the dragon, to clean up their own messes. Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations and relatable stories, this is a must-have book for parents, teachers, school counselors, and educators to help kids understand the importance of picking up after themselves.
I purchased these for my grandkids to help them participate more in home chores. My daughter says they are well written and the kids like them and best of all they are helping more around the house.
Cleaning up shows respect for yourself and others
Cleaning up shows respect for yourself and others Each person doing his or her part makes clean up go quickly and easier to start a new day!! Not cleaning up makes job harder for others and causes them to think unkindly of you. Stubborness and procrastination lead to unpleasant consequences but being responsible earns compliments and privileges!Clutter is not cool. So.follow the rule. Clean up.clutter.
Perfect for Special Education/toddler social skills lessons! kiddo hold Diggory Plushie whil
Steve Herman never disappoints! Perfect for Special Education/toddler social skills lessons! I let the kiddo hold the Diggory Plushie (not included) while we read.
Lovely illustrations. Great book to read to children to help them to to learn to tidy away.