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I Want to Teach My Child About Media by Kirsetin Morello

An On-The-Go Guide for Busy Parents

Trade Paper
October 2005

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I Want to Teach My Child About Media



Product Details
ISBN: 9780784717691
Trim Size: 7.50 x 5.25 x 0.25 in
Page Count: 96
Weight: 0.39lb
Binding: Trade Paper
Status: Active
Publication Date: October 2005
How do I teach my child about media?
Busy parents like you long for help, hints, and solid strategies to enable their kids to learn safe and healthy ways to use various forms of media. From building choosing appropriate TV shows to making decisions about buying music CDs, I Want to Teach My Child About Media offers clear, concise information about the impact of media plus tips, lists, charts, questions, and practical, interactive suggestions for helping your child... 
  • Discover the values and pitfalls of TV, video games, the Internet, and more.
  • Explore effective, educational uses of media for your entire family.
  • Create boundaries and set goals for movies, music, TV and computers.
  • Develop safe habits for surfing the Internet and online fun.
  • Learn the importance of family interaction and how media can help.
I Want to Teach My Child About Media fits neatly into your purse, pocket, or briefcase—ready to offer you support, activities, and loads of practical information in a snap! (Be sure to check out the other I Want to Teach My Child About ... books— because you're never too busy to teach your child!) 

Kirsetin Morello has been published in ParentsChristian Parenting TodayThriving FamilyAtlanta ParentWest Michigan WomanTeach & TravelGroups Today, Kyria’s Marriage PartnershipChicago Parent, Coulee Parenting Connection, and more.

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