This insightful resource helps educators, parents, and childcare providers discover how emotions affect learning and behavior, recognize the symptoms and sources of imbalance, and promote students' physical, mental, emotional, and social development. Students and teachers will learn more about the body-mind-heart connection, the importance of nutrition, and options for correcting and preventing imbalance with over one-hundred activities.
Using the author's flexible guidelines, teachers can help children develop attributes such as kindness and courage, love and joy, and a sense of meaning and interconnectedness. Creating Balance in Children: Activities to Optimize Learning and Behavior takes the lessons learned from Creating Balance in Children’s Lives and transforms them into easy-to-use activities for use in the home and the classroom.
SubtitleA Guide for Teachers and Parents of Children Ages 5 to 14
AuthorBy Lorraine O. Moore
Published1 January 2019
Dimensions6.13 x 9.25in.
About the author
Lorraine O. Moore has taught at the elementary and middle school levels, was a counselor in a middle school and high school, and was a school psychologist at all levels in both public and private schools. She earned her doctorate in educational psychology.