- Author: Aya Steiner
- Language: English
- Category: Children & Young Adults
Help your child view new challenges as a sour lemon that they can turn into sweet lemonade!
Young Tommy loves jigsaw puzzles and can do 500 piece puzzles effortlessly. When his mother asks for his help with her difficult 2,000 piece puzzle, he cannot deal with the new challenge. His overwhelming feelings of anger and shame lead to “black and white” behavior, causing him to blame instead of cope. After some “cooling off” time, Tommy’s mother reignites his creative abilities, which enables him to devise an improved method for assembling puzzles.
Did you know that “creativity” is a proven state of mind for breaking through problems?
This book teaches children how to address new challenges with creativity, which is a state of mind that enables solving seemingly daunting problems. Using creativity to improve old methods, children can learn to turn the impossible into an island of possibility. Parents will acquire the tools to calmly address their children’s “black and white” behavior and then help them enhance their creativity, imagination, and problem-solving skills.
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