Your browser either does not support JavaScript, or has JavaScript turned off. This website requires JavaScript to function correctly.

K-State Research and Extension - Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

24 Umberger Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

785-532-5830
785-532-7938 fax
orderpub@k-state.edu

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday:
8AM - 5PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Sort by:       

Home and Family » Parenting

Displaying 1 to 5 of 60 Publications.

  • MF3287
    MF3287
    Soft Skills Are Success Skills

    Social emotional skills, or soft skills, include self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. These skills are important contributors to success in school, at work, and in personal relationships. This lesson explains the concepts and provides activities for helping youth develop their soft skills. 8 pages, color.

    $0.00
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3326
    MF3326
    Building Baby's Brain: Nurturing Positive Relationships

    Over the first months of life, babies build relationships with the adults who care for them. Babies who form warm, loving relationships feel secure exploring and learning. Babies who live in an unpredictable world tend to form insecure attachments. They learn that the world is unreliable and expect later relationships to be negative. Help your baby build secure attachment relationships. 2-page, color.

    $1.15
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3321
    MF3321
    Building Baby's Brain: What Child Care Can Do

    Child care providers play an important role in nurturing children's healthy brain development. When it comes to supporting healthy brain development, the type of child care is less important than the quality of care a child receives. This publication will help you understand the components of quality child care and the effects of low-quality child care on brain development. 2-page, color.

    $1.15
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3329
    MF3329
    Building Baby's Brain: Buffering the Brain from Toxic Stress

    Children who live in unpredictable worlds, who do not have the opportunity to form a secure attachment with a caregiver, or who live in an unsafe physical environment live in a constant state of heightened stress. This severe, chronic stress can have profound and long-lasting negative effects on brain development. Buffering children from toxic stress can support early brain development. 4-page, color.

    $2.20
    view publication Quantity:
  • MF3325
    MF3325
    Building Baby's Brain: What to Eat When You're Expecting

    Your diet is important throughout your pregnancy. However, there are some special needs to consider during each trimester. You can help your baby get a healthy start in life by eating a variety of nutritious foods and making sure you gain enough weight. This publication explains what to eat for each trimester and offers insight on eating the right foods. 2-page, color.

    $1.15
    view publication Quantity:

Displaying 1 to 5 of 60 Publications.

First «Previous 1 2 3 4 5  ... Next» Last 


Choose SubTopic:
Children
Clothing & Textiles
Grandparents
Home
Household Management
Parenting
Relationships
Safety
Series