He can sit, roll over, and play… He can candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things…
But what if your dragon is afraid of change?
What if he doesn’t like his new teacher and her teaching style and refuses to go to school?
What if he’s sad because his favorite pool is closed, and he’s afraid to try the newer, bigger pool because of the unknowns?
What if he hates to say goodbye to his old soccer team, and doesn’t want to join a new one?
What if he’d have a hard time whenever something changes, or when things no longer how they used to be?
What should you do?
You teach him how to deal with change!
You teach him that everything changes. Change happens, and life keeps changing. Instead of avoiding change, he needs to learn to adapt, anticipate, and enjoy the new experience when the change comes his way!
Get this book and learn how!
Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children, parents and teachers to teach kids the proper way to think, and deal with changes and transitions in life!
Depending on what change your little one is going through its their whole world. This breaks it down and helps kids to process change. Most importantly it helps them expand their perspective and try to look at the positive!
My daughter loves these books
Very good lessons, no WOK agenda, fun to read. We finished every available book while she was 8.
5 year old approved
My son just loves these dragon books, and I love the learning he gets from me reading them. We definitely always find ourselves purchasing these books for different situations in our kiddos life which is great they have soo many to choose from. Great book definitely would recommend!
Fun, Engaging, & Great for Beginning Readers
My bio-kids love these books - from the 11 year old down to the 6 year old twins. The little ones love to practice reading with the books and the oldest loves learning about emotions and various things with them. We got this particular book because we were moving for the first time in 7 years and they were all struggling. On top of other changes (school year coming to a close, new school's in the fall, and a new home with separatebedrooms), the kids were struggling to feel secure and confident. This book (and a LOT of talking) has been an amazing help to get them used to the changes, accept that change isn't always bad - even if it's scary, and that just because things are changing doesn't mean that they won't be happy or grow to enjoy/love the new things as much as the old.
All of the books educational
I teach special education and these books help to educate students in a fun way.