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Moe is happy. There's just one problem, Moe is afraid...of many things... Helping Children Overcome Fears “Grandma, make sure there are no spiders in the room!” Children’s personalities also will influence their fears. One of your children may be scared of more things than your other children. Some children are braver. Some are more shy and fearful. Ways to Help Your C Moe is happy. There's just one problem, Moe is afraid...of many things... Helping Children Overcome Fears “Grandma, make sure there are no spiders in the room!” Children’s personalities also will influence their fears. One of your children may be scared of more things than your other children. Some children are braver. Some are more shy and fearful. Ways to Help Your Children 7. Notice when children are brave. Your children may do something that you know scares them. Tell them you are proud of them. Maybe they walked by a dog without crying. Say, “You were bold walking past that dog!” Maybe they slept without their nightlight. Tell them you noticed they are becoming brave. 8. Talk about how to be less scared. Ask your children what would help them be less afraid. Give them ideas. If TV scares them, maybe they should not watch scary TV shows. If they are scared of the dark, maybe sleeping with their teddy bear will help. Sometimes it helps to take some deep breaths. Asking your child for ideas is a good way for her to learn problem-solving skills. Overall, have fun with your children. Play with them. Read to them. Play games with them. Play sports with them. Being active will help their bodies get rid of fear. Listen to their worries and fears. They will feel cared for. They will feel safe. When you spend time with them, they know you think they are important! Source: Purdue University


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Moe is happy. There's just one problem, Moe is afraid...of many things... Helping Children Overcome Fears “Grandma, make sure there are no spiders in the room!” Children’s personalities also will influence their fears. One of your children may be scared of more things than your other children. Some children are braver. Some are more shy and fearful. Ways to Help Your C Moe is happy. There's just one problem, Moe is afraid...of many things... Helping Children Overcome Fears “Grandma, make sure there are no spiders in the room!” Children’s personalities also will influence their fears. One of your children may be scared of more things than your other children. Some children are braver. Some are more shy and fearful. Ways to Help Your Children 7. Notice when children are brave. Your children may do something that you know scares them. Tell them you are proud of them. Maybe they walked by a dog without crying. Say, “You were bold walking past that dog!” Maybe they slept without their nightlight. Tell them you noticed they are becoming brave. 8. Talk about how to be less scared. Ask your children what would help them be less afraid. Give them ideas. If TV scares them, maybe they should not watch scary TV shows. If they are scared of the dark, maybe sleeping with their teddy bear will help. Sometimes it helps to take some deep breaths. Asking your child for ideas is a good way for her to learn problem-solving skills. Overall, have fun with your children. Play with them. Read to them. Play games with them. Play sports with them. Being active will help their bodies get rid of fear. Listen to their worries and fears. They will feel cared for. They will feel safe. When you spend time with them, they know you think they are important! Source: Purdue University

36 review for Children's Books: Moe and His Dog

  1. 4 out of 5

    vilohith

    Aaryan Daggolu The story is nice about Moe and his dog. Moe makes new friends and Moe’s new friends plays with his dog

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela Lambkin

    About Animals and Friendship-Wow! What a neat short animal story and friendship! I enjoyed this sweet short animal story in regards to anim as and friendship and how the two can come together quite well with very good results. I liked the story and the message as well as the illustrations and am sure any young child who loves animal stories should also enjoy this. And parents this is a good ebook to read and share with a shy and scared child who may also be facing a new year at school or maybe anyw About Animals and Friendship-Wow! What a neat short animal story and friendship! I enjoyed this sweet short animal story in regards to anim as and friendship and how the two can come together quite well with very good results. I liked the story and the message as well as the illustrations and am sure any young child who loves animal stories should also enjoy this. And parents this is a good ebook to read and share with a shy and scared child who may also be facing a new year at school or maybe anywhere new to this shy child. So, What I just shared above is who I would recommend this ebook for to read or to be read to and shown these pictures. I received this ebook for free in a free ebook download list, Thanks and great work! By Angela

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