Raising an Organized Child: 5 Steps to Boost Independence, Ease Frustration, and Promote Confidence

October 24, 2019 - Comment

Organized children are raised, not born. That’s the philosophy behind this confidence-building, sanity-saving book. Fostering organized thinking in your child will help with concrete concerns (think a tidier bedroom!) and build critical life skills like learning to plan and grasping the big picture. Dr. Korb’s 5 Steps to Raising an Organized Child apply to all

Organized children are raised, not born. That’s the philosophy behind this confidence-building, sanity-saving book. Fostering organized thinking in your child will help with concrete concerns (think a tidier bedroom!) and build critical life skills like learning to plan and grasping the big picture. Dr. Korb’s 5 Steps to Raising an Organized Child apply to all ages. So, whether you have an infant or a teenager, it’s never too late (or too early!) to foster organization in him or her and harmony in your whole family. Raising an Organized Child presents specific activities for your child’s age and developmental level to improve executive function. No matter if your child is just your average chaotic kid or struggling with additional challenges like ADHD, you can boost your child’s organization and lower your frustration with Dr. Korb’s guidance.

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Anonymous says:

Our New Child Rearing Bible Dr. Spock, move over. This is the new bible for raising children. Keeping kids grounded in wealth and fame obsessed Los Angeles presents a challenge. My wife and I received this book a few weeks ago and it has become a must read for all of our friends. Dr. Korb breaks down many issues of child rearing and then provides practical and easy to implement tips on how to do it successfully. The book is not preachy or new age. It is simply good advice and a great read.

Anonymous says:

So simple and real….a book all parents will appreciate and be able to use This book really breaks down child stages of development and organization in a way that is easy to understand and just makes sense. Any parent would be able to pick this up and understand and implement a few easy steps to raising more organized children. This makes both parenting easier and children more independent and successful as they grow. The book is broken down into sections based on the age of the child so parents can pinpoint the stage their child is in or look ahead to later…

Anonymous says:

Great Advice I think there are some great ideas in this book. Yes, some things seem basic and redundant at times, but let’s face it: most of us parents need overlook or are even unaware of these items and need them not hammered in, if not introduced. Consistency and the need for both parents to be on the same page with these essential child-rearing duties is core. Thanks for this great aid.

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