Because of their inherent recklessness, children who are hyperactive are sometimes exceptionally destructive to toys and objects. In fact, this trait is so common that Dr. John Taylor’s teachings often include it as a distinctive marker for detecting hyperactivity in a preschool child. This engaging book teaches young children to pick up after themselves, put things back after use, ask permission before using others’ property, and practice basic awareness of the physical properties of objects. It is ideal for reading in a circle setting or directly to any young child, and it features large, colorful illustrations, discussion questions for classroom and family use, and a special section on games for teaching careful handling of objects.
Author Cheri Meiners