With back to school around the corner and many new faces & places being thrust on your little ones, it is easy to understand that they are probably starting to feel some anxiety about the changes. Telling your child it will be alright is sometimes not enough. The world can be a scary place when you are barely four feet tall! It’s important to listen attentively to your child’s concerns and let them know you understand their fears and that you are there for them to help them through this new experience.
In her book, Princess Ruby and the Make-Up Ballet Class, Deborah Bradley’s main character Princess Ruby problem solves on how she is going to deal with her make up ballet class – a more advanced class with different students and a different teacher. Princess Ruby is shocked to learn that her mother, the Queen, thought she was so brave to tackle the situation head on with such grace. This is a great book to use as a learning tool to teach your children about perspective. My daughter loved looking at the pictures in the book, she kept commenting on how they were like her own ballet class. I enjoyed the fact that she had something to compare the book to.
Children are never too young to be inspired and Princess Ruby does just that!
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