Children In Second & Third Grade Crave Healthy Interaction

Reading interactively is a wonderful way to open up important conversations, create a safe environment for your children to ask questions that are meaningful to them, and an excellent way to share your ideas about topics you might not otherwise touch on.

“Marcy and Her Friends” (click here for details)  is a book written to answer the concerns of 2nd and 3rd graders and those of their parents and teachers. “Marcy and Her Friends” is filled with stories generated by students, parents and teachers – based on real life situations. Each story demonstrates healthy parenting, and offers coping tools that may be used at home as well as in the classroom. If you are a parent or teacher and wish to help build your students’ or own child’s self esteem, click here. To help your 2nd or 3rd grader deal with a bully, click here for a guide.

To see a demonstration of “interactive reading” click here to watch & listen to the video demonstration.  The title of the story is, “Worries About Friendship”  from the children’s by by N.E.C. Iankowitz “Marcy and Her Friends.”

If you’d like your own copy, click here.

Have a beautiful day of blessings and gratitude.  ~Dr. Nancy Iankowitz

2 thoughts on “Children In Second & Third Grade Crave Healthy Interaction

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