By Suzanne Woods Fisher
"Amish Values in your Family is captivating! it is going to elevate your spirits and convey you in the direction of the Amish."--Cindy Woodsmall, New York Times bestselling writer ofWhen the Soul Mends
When it involves powerful households that know the way to actually take pleasure in lifestyles jointly, there's a lot we will be able to examine from the Amish. simply how do they determine such robust relations bonds, such deeply held values, and such exceptional family members traditions? In Amish Values in your family members, bestselling writer Suzanne Woods Fisher stocks the secrets and techniques of Amish relations existence. during this inspiring and useful booklet, you'll meet genuine Amish households which are much like yours. via their tales you'll notice how to
safeguard kinfolk time
raise young children who stand robust of their faith
prioritize what's really important
Amish values like group, forgiveness, uncomplicated dwelling, obedience, and extra will be your loved ones legacy--without promoting your motor vehicle or altering your wardrobe.
Suzanne Woods Fisher is the bestselling writer of Amish Peace and Amish Proverbs, in addition to the Lancaster County secrets and techniques novels. Her curiosity within the Anabaptist cultures should be without delay traced to her grandfather, W. D. Benedict, who was once raised within the previous Order German Baptist Brethren Church in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Suzanne is the host of a radio exhibit referred to as Amish Wisdom. She lives in California.
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"Amish Values to your relations is captivating! it's going to raise your spirits and convey you towards the Amish. "--Cindy Woodsmall, long island instances bestselling writer ofWhen the Soul Mends
When it involves powerful households that know the way to really get pleasure from lifestyles jointly, there's a lot we will study from the Amish. simply how do they determine such powerful relations bonds, such deeply held values, and such outstanding kinfolk traditions? In Amish Values on your family members, bestselling writer Suzanne Woods Fisher stocks the secrets and techniques of Amish kin existence. during this inspiring and functional ebook, you are going to meet genuine Amish households which are much like yours. via their tales you'll notice how to
safeguard kinfolk time
raise childrens who stand robust of their faith
prioritize what's actually important
Amish values like group, forgiveness, uncomplicated residing, obedience, and extra should be your loved ones legacy--without promoting your motor vehicle or altering your wardrobe.
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There is however a growing body of quantitative research that has ﬁlled this gap and complemented important qualitative ﬁndings on the experiences of children and parents in diverse families. g. authoritative or authoritarian parenting) that consist of parenting dimensions such as sensitivity, emotional closeness, affection or parental learning support. Parental sensitivity, cognitive stimulation and warmth have been seen as crucial elements in the interactions between parents and young children.
Once a week) with these activities did not make any difference in their three- and ﬁve-year-olds’ language, literacy (including emergent literacy) and social competence. The frequency with which parents read to their children and supported them with reading homework had a weak effect on their language, literacy and social competence as rated by their teachers at the end of their ﬁrst year in formal education (Hartas, 2011). Likewise, the frequency of parental learning support was not found to contribute to teacher ratings of seven-year-olds’ language (Speaking and Listening) and literacy (Reading and Writing) despite the fact that a large number of parents from diverse socioeconomic and ethnic groups offered frequent learning support (every day/several times a week) to their children (Hartas, 2012).
In this section, the links between these parental behaviours and ﬁve- and seven-year-olds’ language and literacy were examined. A range of MCS measures on mothers’ reading habits and educational aspirations were obtained during interviews. ’ Maternal reading habits were strongly linked with teachers’ ratings of language and literacy in seven-year-olds across income groups. Within the bottom-income quintile, children of mothers who read every day for pleasure scored higher in reading (standard score of 111) than children of mothers who read once a week (101).
Amish Values for Your Family: What We Can Learn from the Simple Life by Suzanne Woods Fisher