Product Number : 924241500h
Hands are not for hitting. Hands are for saying hello. . . . And for playing, creating, helping, working, learning, encouraging, taking care of oneself, and so many more good things.
In this gentle, encouraging book, psychologist Martine Agassi helps young children understand that they are capable of positive, loving actions.
Simple words and warm, inviting full-color illustrations reinforce the underlying concepts: that violence is never okay, and kids can learn to manage their anger.
Especially at an age when children are interacting more with others and starting school, they need to know that hitting is unacceptable. Words telland pictures showthe many wonderful things kids can do with their hands instead of hitting.
Made to be read aloud, Hands Are Not for Hitting also includes a special section for adults, with ideas for things to talk about and activities to do together.
Recommended for anyone in a caring relationship with a young child; perfect for day-care, preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary school classrooms.
40 pages, illustrated, softcover, full-color, 9 x 9, kids, ages 4-7
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