Connecting Discipline, Communication and Relationships
Mr. Rogers Neighborhood & Family Communications
Learn to see discipline as an opportunity for teaching
rather than punishing and teach children internal
self-discipline. This three-hour workshop includes a
facilitator’s guide, video segments, handout masters,
and additional background and supplemental materials.
Age focus: 3–5. 3-ring binder.
Help children learn self-control and self-regulation
with dozens of activities emphasizing discipline,
communication, and relationships. Complements
the Learning Discipline workshop. Age focus: 3–5.
Spiral, 64 pgs.
Strategies to Guide
Behavior Patricia Vardin, PhD
behavior and create
a positive classroom
environment. This training program shows teachers using
a variety of proven techniques to respond to
inappropriate behaviors. A comprehensive
trainer’s guide includes handouts for
participants, resources, a post test, and
certiﬁcate of participation (as a PDF ﬁ le on
the DVD). DVD, 23 min. Bilingual English/
Chapters are in a format to use
with PowerPoint and other media
presentations. Seven video concept clips
and a trainer’s guide are included.
What Do You Do with the Mad
That You Feel?
CD- R O M
Helping Children Manage Anger and Learn Self-Control
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood and Family Communications
Explore anger, where it comes from, and how
young children can gradually learn the self-control
necessary to manage their anger and channel it
into productive activity. This 3-hour workshop also
suggests ways to intervene when children act out or
lose control. It includes a facilitator’s guide, handout
masters, video components, CD-ROM, additional
background materials, children’s booklist for
participants, and supplemental materials. Age focus:
3–5. 3-ring binder.
Beryl Cheal, MEd
Learn steps you can take to help children
cope with—and overcome—traumatic
events. Accompanying this 25-minute DVD
program: a downloadable comprehensive
40-page leader’s guide with handouts of
workshop activities for teachers and activities
ROM Activity Book
Help children learn to manage their anger with Fred
Rogers’ timeless wisdom and these developmentally
appropriate activities. A valuable and helpful resource
for any early childhood setting, this book can be
used separately or to complement the What Do You
Do with the Mad that You Feel? workshop. Age focus:
3–5. Spiral, 60 pgs.
Six concept clips in a PowerPoint presentation
and learner’s guide with handouts and workshop
activities are included.
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