6" x 9 1/4"
Published: August 2019
No longer little children, but not yet teenagers, children in the primary school years (from seven to twelve) face big emotional, social, psychological, and physical changes. How can parents best support their children while also embracing their growing independence?
Inspired by the Waldorf approach to child development, Lou Harvey-Zahra explains the three major transitions—or “rubicons”—of middle childhood at ages seven, nine, and twelve. She offers practical tips and guidance to help parents through the challenges of the middle years, including:
Growing Children, Thriving Children empowers parents to navigate the middle years with confidence.