Index
absent parents 61
abstract thinking 17
activities, parental support 27
adopted children 61
adversity, in families 30, 60–1
anxieties 59–67
apologizing 42–3
attainment tests 69
attention
learning to share 25
at school 34
bedtime fears 63–4
bedtime routines 64
behavioural management, at school 35
bereavement 28
bicycles, learning to ride 19–20
bilingual families 52
birth order 26
board games 48–9
bossiness 57
boys
friendships 46
role models 61
relationship with fathers 27
cable television 67
carers
holding children in mind 18
see also parents
change
schools 70
teachers 33, 34
child development 11–12, 15, 31, 59
circle time 41–3
clapping games 44
class teachers, relationship with 32–4
collecting 48
communication
with children 16–17, 41–3, 64
with parents 33, 52, 53
community, sense of 23–4
competitiveness 15–16, 26–7
computers 66–7
concentration, in lessons 37–9
conscience, development of 59–60
dangers 67
death, thinking about 28, 65
dependency 25
difference, and friendship 49–50
doll play 48
drama 43, 69–70
Eat your Peas 66
emotional security 18
emotional support
for families 57
for reading 52, 53, 56–7
emotions 20
empathy 18
ethnic backgrounds 23
fairness, child's perception of 64–6
families
attending concerts 69
bilingual 52
effect on learning 17
for practising relationships 27
generational influences 28
problems in 30, 60–1
sibling positions 26
support for 57
types 23
fathers
relationship with boys 27
see also parents
food issues 66
football 46–7
fostered children 61
friendships 41–5, 49–50
fussy eating 66

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  • Understanding Your Child Series 2
  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgements 7
  • Foreword 9
  • Introduction 11
  • 1: A Changing Sense of Self 15
  • 2: A Place in the Family 23
  • 3: The Experience of School 31
  • 4: Making Friends 41
  • 5: Reading for Meaning 51
  • 6: Confusions and Anxieties 59
  • Conclusion: Celebrating Achievement and Moving on 69
  • Further Reading 73
  • Helpful Organizations 75
  • Index 77
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