Middle School: The Inside Story: What Kids Tell Us, But Don't Tell You

Middle School The Inside Story What Kids Tell Us But Don t Tell You Remember middle school Many parents would rather not It s often a rough ride filled with insecurity peer pressure awkwardness and world rocking change This book provides practical hands on advice

  • Title: Middle School: The Inside Story: What Kids Tell Us, But Don't Tell You
  • Author: Cynthia Ulrich Tobias Sue Acuna
  • ISBN: 9781589977778
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Remember middle school Many parents would rather not It s often a rough ride, filled with insecurity, peer pressure, awkwardness, and world rocking change This book provides practical, hands on advice for helping your child through this minefield with information about what he or she is really going through, but isn t likely to share.Best selling learning styles expertRemember middle school Many parents would rather not It s often a rough ride, filled with insecurity, peer pressure, awkwardness, and world rocking change This book provides practical, hands on advice for helping your child through this minefield with information about what he or she is really going through, but isn t likely to share.Best selling learning styles expert Cynthia Tobias and veteran teacher Sue Acuna reveal what they ve found by listening to kids when parents aren t around and give you insider tips on how to bless your middle schooler with success in class, at home, and in relationships Topics include advice for keeping communication lines open, predictable physical and social issues, and solutions for problems like self centeredness and over the top emotions.

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    • Laura Langley says:

      Parents on the verge of the middle school years will find in Cynthia Tobias and Sue Acuña’s new book, Middle School: The Inside Story, the help and hope they need to make it through those roller coaster years with early teens.Middle School: The Inside Story is organized into four sections: Changes, Parenting, Friends and Other Problems, and School. Throughout the book, Tobias and Acuña help parents understand what goes on in middle school minds, how teens deal with all the changes, and how t [...]

    • Kasey Cocoa says:

      I found this book to be full of valuable insight and information. This is a great resource for those who interact with middle schoolers. Having raised two with a third facing middle school I can say this book will be well used and has given me a new way to understand what is going on and how to best help my child. Thank you to Tyndale publishers for offering a review copy in exchange for my honest opinion.

    • Jerry Hillyer says:

      Title: Middle School: The Inside StoryAuthors: Cynthia Tobias & Sue AcunaCynthia Ulrich TobiasPublisher: Tyndalein association with Focus on the FamilyYear: 2014Pages: 208[Disclaimer: I was provided with a free copy of this book by Tyndale Publishers in exchange for my fair and unbiased review. I was not provided with anything in exchange for my review. And as always, I promise to be perfectly honest about what I read.]I will say upfront that I didn't like this book, but that doesn't mean it [...]

    • Daniel J. Cameron says:

      This is a helpful book that gives a good, broad overview of important things to know as you work with middle schoolers. It seems more geared towards parents but has helpful information for those who just work with middle schoolers as well.

    • Rebecca says:

      An approachable, easy-to-read book on what middle schoolers are thinking and feeling about school.

    • Heather King says:

      I just finished school supply shopping for my oldest daughter as she preps for fourth grade and it hit me all over again how quickly our little ones grow. It won't be long before she is heading into middle school, so I figured I'd get a head start on parental preparation and read Middle School: The Inside Story. Those middle school years were certainly my toughest time growing up and I'd like to ease that stress on my daughter (and on me!!) as much as possible.In this book, Cynthia Tobias and Su [...]

    • Rachel Devaughn says:

      Do you ever wonder what goes on in the mind of a middle schooler? Now you can find out! This book couldn’t have come at a better time and I love that it’s put out by Focus on the Family! I have a 12 year old who is starting 7th grade this month and I am always looking for good ways to communicate with him and ways to strengthen his faith and character. There are 4 parts to this book-Changes, Parenting, Friends and other problems, and School. I had to laugh at the first story shared in the bo [...]

    • Tanya says:

      Teenage years are so important in our lives and yet they are so easy to forget. I personally do not remember much of anything in detail. "Middle School" is a great resource provided by the Focus on the Family. I really like their website: focusonthefamily The book provides good advice on communicating with your middle schooler, adjusting to middle school and multiple teachers, coping with mood swings and attitude, understanding the world of a teenager and much more. There are many good examples [...]

    • Cynthia Marcano says:

      Why I Chose This BookSo my daughter is 10 years old and is entering the fifth grade in September. She is entering Middle School (Dun Dun Dun)! She is excited and I am freaking out!!! Things are just diferent in middle school. Hormones and feelings come into play, as well as more independence. I am not quite ready, but I doubt I would ever be. So I found saw this book and a light clicked. I hadn't even thought to read about how to deal with this upcoming journey that will effect not just my daugh [...]

    • Tanya says:

      Basically can sum the parenting response to the problems their middle schoolers will face as, "be prepared to be an advisor." In each scenario, it encourages the parent to allow the child to come up with some strategies for what will work for him or her, taking into account the need to understand one's personal style and preferences. It has good suggestions for specific dialog from the parent's vantage, but underscores the need for respect and the opportunities to figure it out for oneself while [...]

    • Heather Braoudakis says:

      Everyone with a middle schooler/preteen/tween and everyone who will have one should have this book!! I am so excited about this book. We are always on a quest to equip ourselves to help our son through life and honesty, I know the middle school years can be a challenge. I remember it and I taught middle schoolers for a while. I appreciate the uniqueness of this book in that there is input from middle schoolers. I love that it covers communicating, independence and discipline, conflict, faith, sc [...]

    • Shannan Williams says:

      This was the most perfect book about the truth behind the middle school years. It gives a look inside the minds of the age group; tells us what they are really thinking. This book gives all kinds of tips and information about raising kids in this age group. This is a must read for any parent or caregiver. This book is even appropriate to read with your middle school aged child.I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is in the life of a middle schooler. It will really give you a good insight [...]

    • Christina says:

      This is a great starting point for anyone beginning the journey of having a middle schooler. This book focuses on changes and how to handle them. I especially liked it for the communication tips. A lot of Cynthia Tobias's learning style material is incorporated in the last sections, which will be helpful if you have not read her other book on this topic.

    • Virginia says:

      This book is about middle school aged children and the changes they experience on their way to adulthood. It was written by two teachers who are familiar with this age group. There are many anonymous quotes from middle schoolers and tips from the authors about dealing with children of this age. I thought this book was well written and had many ideas about how to relate to a child.

    • Andy Anderson says:

      This is a great book, interspersed with quotes from middle schoolers. If you have kids in 5-8th grade this is a must read. You will be laughing and thinking while reading. What to do when they are moody. How to handle their learning ways. Great stories mixed with solid advice. Best book on raising middle schoolers I have read lately

    • Abbey says:

      This is a must read for parents of 10 to 13 year olds. It really shows what the children are going through and helps the parent have more empathy for their child. This is a difficult and anxious time of change for preteens.

    • Taryn magnusson says:

      Good insight into middle school life and all the things going on.per easy read

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