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Ben Forman

Kids' Skills in Action: A Solution-focused method for coaching children to overcome difficulties

$130.00

Kids'Skills is a revolutionary solution-focused method for helping children overcome all types of emotional and behavioral difficulties. The method has been developed in Finland by a team consisting of kindergartens teachers and psychotherapists. It is simple, child-friendly, easy to learn and fun to use. A perfect method for teachers, therapists, but also for parents to use at home. The author of the book, Dr. Ben Furman, is an internationally renowned psychiatrist who has been teaching Kids'Skills in many countries around the world.

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    Liza Van der Linde

    So I Learn (C)

    $20.00

    The series So I Learn is a program in Arabic for children who are weak in working with numbers or who are having problems with math and are in need of good support. The quality of support is the basic tool to help these children to learn numbers and doing math. 

    This book teaches the child numbers till 100 and simple sums in a very special way, suitable to overcome their struggles and get an understanding of the decimal system.

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      Liza Van der Linde

      So I Learn (B)

      $20.00

      The series So I Learn is a program in Arabic for children who are weak in working with numbers or who are having problems with math and are in need of good support. The quality of support is the basic tool to help these children to learn numbers and doing math. 

      This book (B) teaches the child sums (subtraction) with numbers 1-10 in a very special way, suitable to overcome their struggles!

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        Maria Montessori

        The Secret of Childhood

        $100.00

        The Secret of Childhood

        In this book Maria Montessori explains the method which she has developed by observing children. It is here that she discovered the secret of childhood. The child has a spontaneous urge to learn. An understanding of this simple secret....

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          Maria Montessori

          The Child in the Family

          $50.00

          Maria Montessori discusses some of her basic principles of education and shows why it is so important for adults to ‘follow attentively all the spiritual expressions of a child'. She stresses the importance of adult respect and support for ‘all reasonable forms of activity in which the child engages' and emphasizes the value of understanding rather than interfering with such activity. Adults should help children to become independent while at the same time fully appreciating how sensitive children are to external influences. 

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            Maria Montessori

            Education for a New World

            $50.00

            The psychic life in newborns has aroused great interest. Th conclusion of research is that the first two years of life are the most important. So here begins a new path, wherein it will not be the professor who teaches the child, but the child who teaches the professor.

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              Maria Montessori

              The Montessori Method (1)

              $100.00

              Dr. Maria Montessori writes about the development of the child, behavioral and learning issues. This book which appeared in 1916 in Italy gives rich information to any educator. Even though immense development of school subjects have been made since that time, what is dealt with in this book is till today the cornerstone of education and very much helpful for the Arab World. 

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                Maria Montessori

                The Discovery of the Child

                $120.00

                Maria Montessori went beyond the conventions of the day to seek a new way of knowing and loving a child. In THE DISCOVERY OF THE CHILD, she describes the nature of the child and her method of working more fully with the child's urge to learn. With 16 pages of photographs.

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                  Maria Montessori

                  Education and Peace

                  $50.00

                  Maria Montessori tireless efforts to open new paths in education were as irresistible as a force of nature. Opening a Children's House, continuing following the psychological manifestations of the children, who evidently had been oppressed in their homes, opened new insights, which were breaking news for the world.

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