by Ann Elizabeth Higgins
Teaching our children how to choose at an early age supplies them with the knowledge that choice is a very important component in preparation for adulthood.
Parents become so consumed with teaching their children basic survival skills that they often forget a major component in their childrens development: choice. In I Can Choose, Ann Elizabeth Higgins highlights some common instances in a childs life where choice is involved. By providing both the good and bad choices and comparing them, Higgins illuminates the positive results that come from making the right decision and listening to parents. I Can Choose educates both parent and child with an effective guide in teaching a child positive decision making.About the Author
Ann Elizabeth Higgins holds a bachelors degree in psychology and plans to continue taking courses to earn a masters degree in education. She works and resides in Massachusetts as a nurse. She has been a member of the American Nurses Association since 1980 and enjoys reading, writing, painting, and decorating.(2009, paperback, 32 pages)