The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids Kindle Edition by Dr. Lynne Kenney

Posted in Developmental Issues, Educational, News & Blogs by - February 14, 2013
The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids Kindle Edition by Dr. Lynne Kenney

Dr. Lynne Kenney’s  book, The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids 3 to 8, came out on Kindle in February 2013. Dr. Kenney says that  many parents have asked for it on iPad, so now it’s here! Start reading The Family Coach Method on your Kindle in under a minute. When Canadians buy their Kindle edition from Amazon.ca it includes free international wireless delivery via Amazon Whispernet.

The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids 3 to 8 (TFCM) is somewhat unique in the parenting space. The book has a lot about movement, social-emotional intelligence and brain-based interventions. As you may know, Dr. Lynne Kenney’s  philosophy is “We move to learn, we play to behave.”

 

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Starting at MIDNIGHT February 14th until Midnight February 17th 

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The Family Coach Method: Raising Good, Kind, Ethical Kids 3 to 8  is written for parents who wish to help children ages 3-8 develop the cognitive, social, emotional and behavioral skills to succeed at home and in the classroom. The illustrated how-to manual  explains to parents (grandparents and teachers) that children wish to behave well, but need the words, thoughts and actions to make better choices.

The Family Coach Method helps parents move away from punishment and into skillful learning. Dr. Kenney helps busy families of young children identify core values and create long-term, practical child-rearing strategies that work with a minimum of time investment.

Dr. Lynne Kenney author of The Family Coach MethodAbout the Author (Taken for her web site)

Lynne Kenney, Psy.D., is a mother of two, a practicing pediatric psychologist in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the author of The Family Coach Method. She has advanced fellowship training in forensic psychology and developmental pediatric psychology from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School. Her NEW co-authored book Time-In not Time-Out should be available in the Spring of 2013 on Kindle. Combining her love for motor movement and brain development, Dr. Lynne’s newest endeavor, Play Math (see vimeo below), is helping children ages 6-11 learn their math facts with playground balls and hoola-hoops for better algebraic thinking.

On her new Facebook Page, Dr. Lynne Weighs In we learn, ” Dr Lynne Kenney is one of the most accessible mom media experts in America. Author of The Family Coach Method, co-author Time-In not Time-Out, and creator of Play Math, Lynne speaks nationally about math, movement and cognition.

Her Better Living Content has appeared in Parents, Working Mother and Parenting Magazines as well as various child/family websites including parentsask.com, pediatricsafety.net, momtastic.com, socialmoms.com and the Dr. Oz expert site sharecare.com.”

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Buy the Kindle Edition of The Family Coach Method Amazon.com  Amazon.ca

Play Math w/ Dr. Lynne Kenney from Joe Umali on Vimeo.

This post was written by Lorna
Lorna d’Entremont: Co-owner of SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. the company behind KidCompanions Chewelry (2007) and SentioCHEWS (2013), mother of three, grandma of 5 and wife. She is a retired teacher and special needs advocate. Throughout she has taught all levels from grade 2 to grade 9. Lorna loved teaching and enjoyed seeing the students progress in the school system. During her 30 year career she took a few years off to raise her three children.
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