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The Resource Little girls can be mean : four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades, Michelle Anthony and Reyna Lindert

Little girls can be mean : four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades, Michelle Anthony and Reyna Lindert

Label
Little girls can be mean : four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades
Title
Little girls can be mean
Title remainder
four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades
Statement of responsibility
Michelle Anthony and Reyna Lindert
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"In today's world, girls are facing myriad friendship issues, including bulling and cliques. As a parent, you are likely wondering how to guide your daughter through these situations effectively. 'Little Girls Can Be Mean' is the first book to tackle the unique social struggles of elementary-aged girls, giving you the tools to help your child become stronger, happier, and better able to enjoy friendships and handle social cruelty" --Cover, p. 4
Cataloging source
DLC
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Anthony, Michelle
Dewey number
371.5/8
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB3013.3
LC item number
.A58 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Lindert, Reyna
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bullying in schools
  • Girls
  • Girls
  • Bullying
Label
Little girls can be mean : four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades, Michelle Anthony and Reyna Lindert
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-274) and index
Contents
I. Laying the Foundation: The Four-Step Approach -- 1. The Rise of Social Cruelty -- 2. How Can I Help My Daughter or Student? -- What Is Bullying? -- Building the Foundation -- Facing Tough Situations -- Following the Four-Step Plan -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- Integrating the Four Steps -- How Long Will This All Take? -- 3. Think, Share, Do ... Activity Bank for Part I -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- II. The Heart of the Matter: Applying the Four Steps to Real Situations Faced by Real Girls -- 4. Side by Side: Best Friends, Worst Enemies -- Dealing with a Turf War -- When Best Friends Pull Away -- Yo-Yo Friendships -- 5. Going Along with the Gang -- When Girls Struggle to Fit In -- When Girls Struggle with Feeling "Different" -- When Girls Struggle with Going Along with the Group -- When the Group Turns Against Your Child -- 6. All Girls Can Be Mean: When Your Daughter Is Acting Like a Mean Girl -- There Are Two Sides to Every Story -- The Power Rush of Popularity -- When Girls Struggle with Following the Group -- 7. Think, Share, Do... Activity Bank for Part II -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- III. Wrapping Up: Using the Four Steps in Your Home, School, or Office -- The Difference Between "Younger" and "Older" Girls -- Facing All Kinds of Issues, Together -- She Is Not Alone -- Appendices -- 1. Bully Stories for Home or School -- 2. "What-If" Scenarios -- 3. Activities That Follow the Four Steps -- Teacher Tips -- Tips for Girls -- Think, Share, Do..
Control code
ocn471817835
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 282 p.
Isbn
9780312615529
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010012013
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)471817835
Label
Little girls can be mean : four steps to bully-proof girls in the early grades, Michelle Anthony and Reyna Lindert
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-274) and index
Contents
I. Laying the Foundation: The Four-Step Approach -- 1. The Rise of Social Cruelty -- 2. How Can I Help My Daughter or Student? -- What Is Bullying? -- Building the Foundation -- Facing Tough Situations -- Following the Four-Step Plan -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- Integrating the Four Steps -- How Long Will This All Take? -- 3. Think, Share, Do ... Activity Bank for Part I -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- II. The Heart of the Matter: Applying the Four Steps to Real Situations Faced by Real Girls -- 4. Side by Side: Best Friends, Worst Enemies -- Dealing with a Turf War -- When Best Friends Pull Away -- Yo-Yo Friendships -- 5. Going Along with the Gang -- When Girls Struggle to Fit In -- When Girls Struggle with Feeling "Different" -- When Girls Struggle with Going Along with the Group -- When the Group Turns Against Your Child -- 6. All Girls Can Be Mean: When Your Daughter Is Acting Like a Mean Girl -- There Are Two Sides to Every Story -- The Power Rush of Popularity -- When Girls Struggle with Following the Group -- 7. Think, Share, Do... Activity Bank for Part II -- Step 1. Observe -- Step 2. Connect -- Step 3. Guide -- Step 4. Support to Act -- III. Wrapping Up: Using the Four Steps in Your Home, School, or Office -- The Difference Between "Younger" and "Older" Girls -- Facing All Kinds of Issues, Together -- She Is Not Alone -- Appendices -- 1. Bully Stories for Home or School -- 2. "What-If" Scenarios -- 3. Activities That Follow the Four Steps -- Teacher Tips -- Tips for Girls -- Think, Share, Do..
Control code
ocn471817835
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xxii, 282 p.
Isbn
9780312615529
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010012013
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)471817835

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