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“Creativity, curiosity, and courtesy are three missing elements in our classrooms today. Most teachers feel there isn’t time to teach these integral life skills. Read this book to discover some practical and easy ways to incorporate all three into teaching children today.”
“A wonderful and immediately applicable resource for early childhood educators. Teaching the 3 Cs will enhance the quality of programming for young children and open up a new and exciting world of teaching for all caregivers and teachers.”
"A great addition to any classroom or home library. This book is a great tool in helping our young students with lifelong learning skills that they will build on throughout their school careers and lives.”
"This book is greatly needed at a time when creativity, curiosity, and problem solving are moving over to make room for high-pressure academics. Loaded with good ideas for activities. The author's creativity shows!"
“Patricia Dischler’s hands-on experience and love of early learning radiate throughout. As a defender of childhood, I am most impressed by the way she promotes play, exploration, and discovery in simple and engaging ways. Put down the video games, turn off the TV, and pick up this book.”
“On the valuable topics of curiosity, creativity, and courtesy, Dischler displays three additional Cs—this book is current, clear and compassionate. Her dedication to the overall development of children comes through as her knowledge and personal experiences are shared. This book was obviously written from the heart.”
Too basic--not research-based enough for grad students. This seems like a book geared more towards parents than educators. It would be a fun book for a intro early childhood ed class.