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Teach kids to stop making reasons and blaming others when they make errors.
My name is Norman David Edwards however everyone calls me Noodle. Often things occur to me that get me into difficulty. However it’s not my fault!
This very first book in the brand-new Accountable Me! series, follows Noodle through a really rough day at school. It simply isn’t his fault that his sibling’s video game ran late and he didn’t complete his research.
Or that his mother forgot to advise him to kip down his library book.
Or that Mary Gold got in his airspace and struck his arm with her head …
Join Noodle on his journey as he discovers not to blame others or search for fault; however rather practices accepting obligation, and turns his extremely rough day into an excellent BRAND-NEW day!
Primary school kids will relate to Noodle as he makes one reason after another for his habits and options that result in undesirable repercussions. By discovering to accept obligation he discovers rather how to utilize errors as chances for analytical and to turn negatives into positives.
Stop the Blame Video game with this book composed for kids in grades K-5. Tips for moms and dads, therapists, and instructors are consisted of.
See what others are stating about this enjoyable story.
I ENJOYED this book! It has actually reduced a lot on tattling and trainees blaming others for their actions. The book actually enters into depth about how it is our obligation for how WE respond to circumstances. It has actually aided with the blame video game in my very first grade space.