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The Art of Children's Conversation: Children's
The Art of Children's Conversation: Children's (Flashcards)
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Children'sGeneral non-fictionHobbies, quizzes & games Publisher: TAOC Publication Date: 01/04/2008 ISBN-13: 9780980345537  Details: Type: Flashcards Format: Gifts & Stationery
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Since we've been playing TAOC at home, our family has changed incredibly and all for the better! OUr children are now confident speakers and way better listeners (and we are listourthe shy child. Suitable for players from five years to adults, TAOC® helps children put complex ideas into words, share their ideas and feelings and respect the views of others. When so much of life’s fulfillment comes through having With so much modern communication taking place by e-mail and SMS, and with TV, computer games and games consoles being the preferred recreation for many children, they are simply less exposed to real-life conversation. The 16 page booklet provides valuable guidelines for the use of TAOC. It’s also worth noting that, at a time of economic turmoil and mortgage stress, better communication can be important to us all. At such times, the focus tends to move much more towards our families and those closest to us.

- 09/12/2011
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