This article from Children's Books Guide includes 3 'Learning to Get Along' books.
Top 5 Children’s Books for Teaching Proper Behavior
|Words Are Not for Hurting: Sticks and stones…we have all heard that and know that it’s not true. Words can hurt us, and this title helps children learn how powerful their words are. Words can have a big impact on those around us, whether positively or negatively. This excellent guide urges children to think before they speak and take responsibility for what they say. Also included are valuable lessons on facial expression, body language, dealing with serious problems, such as abuse, and the power of saying, “I’m sorry.” This is an excellent starting point for discussion and teaching kids behavior that respects everyone.|
|How to Lose All Your Friends: Have you ever had your child do the exact opposite of what you tell them? If so, then this collection of playful rules, or anti-rules, is perfect. Never smile. Don’t share. Whine. Cheat at cards. Be mean to your sibling. Each “rule” is accompanied by colorful illustrations and examples. If you follow all of these rules, it’s a great way to lose all your friends. Your child will see the undesirable consequences and be reminded that being nice is the best way to make and keep friends. A great guide for any contrary child!|
|The Behavior Survival Guide for Kids: Few children’s books are as informative or full of empathy as this guide for kids with behavior disorders and learning disabilities. McIntyre writes for all the kids who say, “They think I’m slow or stupid, but I’m not,” or “They tease me.” He provides advice on coping with feelings, getting along with friends, family, and teachers, and dealing with people who are hard to get along with. Various scenarios are presented so children can think about what they would or should do. Concise text is mixed with cartoons to provide reinforcement and visual interest to help teach children behavior that is safe.|
|How to Take the Grrr Out of Anger: This award-winning guide tackles anger with clear text and fun cartoons to appeal to young readers. We all feel anger, but how do we deal with it? Managing anger is an important skill, and your child will learn tips and strategies to recognize and cope with this difficult emotion. This is a valuable resource for children and parents to use to develop healthy ways to deal with anger and resolve conflicts. You can effectively teach your kids behavior that is safe and appropriate and that will help him throughout life.|
|Know and Follow Rules: Why do we have rules? Why can’t we do whatever we want? Children often wonder this, and now there’s a perfect way to help them understand. This is a great guide for teaching your child rules because it simplifies them down to just four: listen, do your best work, keep your hands and body to yourself, and say please and thank you. Your child will have a good understanding of how to act in any situation by following these basic rules. Fun questions and activities help you reinforce the skills and follow up on them.|
Other Great Children’s Books About Good Behavior
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