How Much is Enough? Leader’s Guide
Ideal for helping parents avoid overindulgence, this 365-page manual includes 74 ready-to-use handouts and posters and 43 interactive exercises that can be used in courses of four or six consecutive sessions or as stand-alone presentations. More . . .
Who, Me Lead a Group?
Nervous about leading a meeting? This step-by-step guide helps both novices and more experienced speakers lead effectively, avoid sabotaging themselves, and improve group dynamics. More . . .
Without Spanking or Spoiling Leader’s Guide
Whether you’re a parent volunteer or an experienced parent educator, this how-to guide helps you create a parent support group or child guidance workshop based on Without Spanking or Spoiling, a classic resource for parents concerned about discipline issues. More . . .
Decision is Yours Leader’s Guide
What should kids do when they’re confronted by bullies? Liquor? Cheating? This easy-to-use guide helps parents, teachers, and youth group leaders introduce difficult issues to older elementary and middle-school kids. (Accompanies the Decision is Yours series.) More . . .
Tips from the Field
If you work with families in at least part of your job, you may be looking for how-to help, resources or simply reassurance that you’re heading in the right direction. Maybe you’re new to your profession or to a specific assignment. What you’ll find in Tips from the Field are practical, realistic suggestions from people who confront issues like yours every day. More . . .
Teacher Guides for Picture Books
Detailed teacher guides are available for teachers using The Way I Feel, Así me siento yo and The Way I Act in classroom units.
History Comes Alive
A Horse’s Tale
A toy horse, passed from child to child since 1889, introduces different eras and regions of Washington state. An excellent home-schooling resource or classroom supplement. More . . .
Historical Activity Guide
Projects are designed to complement the text of A Horse’s Tale, but can be used on their own to introduce such activities as churning butter. Supplemental information on geography and industries for the instructor. More . . .
“Please, Don’t Call My Mother!”
Parents and educators can use these low-cost, practical tips to squelch misbehavior in upper elementary and middle-school kids.
The Parent Report Card
Let your children “grade” you on such topics as respect, homework, affection, and chores and you may learn a lot about your parenting style. Designed to help children express how they feel about relationships with their parents, the card comes with tips for using the grades to talk through issues. More . . .
Books that deal with discipline and personal safety, and tools to deal with feelings:
Algo pasó y me da miedo decirlo
Algo anda mal en mi casa
Amor & límites
Así me siento yo
El problema con los secretos
Ideas y herramientas para los padres
Mi cuerpo es MÍO
Feeling Elf Cards