Parenting School-Age Twins and Multiples

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Date

January 10, 2007

Format

Paperback, 256 pages

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ISBN

0071469028 / 9780071469029

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17.95



Overview


Main description

Real-world advice for when your twins' and multiples' concerns go beyond "Should they dress alike?"

Should your twins be placed in the same homeroom at school? Does one of your kids have a harder time making friends than the other? How healthy is competition among your triplets? Christina Baglivi Tinglof, author of Double Duty and a mother of twins, expertly guides you through your kids' school years, from the first days of kindergarten to the always drama-filled years of high school.

Drawing from the latest cutting-edge research and hundreds of parent-tested tips, Tinglof offers proven advice to:

  • Encourage individuality
  • Foster positive sibling relationships
  • Discipline effectively
  • Deal with one child developing faster than the other
  • Manage common speech and reading difficulties


Author comments

Christina Baglivi Tinglof is the mother of three sons, including school-age twins. She is also a contributing writer for Twins! magazine, founder and editor of www.talk-about-twins.com, and the author of Double Duty, The Organized Parent, and The Stay-at-Home Parent's Survival Guide. She lives in southern California.


Back cover copy

Real-world advice for when your twins' and multiples' concerns go beyond "Should they dress alike?"

Should your twins be placed in the same homeroom at school? Does one of your kids have a harder time making friends than the other? How healthy is competition among your triplets? Christina Baglivi Tinglof, author of Double Duty and a mother of twins, expertly guides you through your kids' school years, from the first days of kindergarten to the always drama-filled years of high school.

Drawing from the latest cutting-edge research and hundreds of parent-tested tips, Tinglof offers proven advice to:

  • Encourage individuality
  • Foster positive sibling relationships
  • Discipline effectively
  • Deal with one child developing faster than the other
  • Manage common speech and reading difficulties





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