52 Fun Things to Do in the Car by Lynn Gordon

By Lynn Gordon

Kiss the roadtrip blues goodbye with the revised model of this best-selling job deck that includes up-to-date textual content all through in addition to a number of new actions. From enticing video games to inventive artwork actions to mind-bending puzzles, this publication will make getting there the entire enjoyable.

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Suggestion. ” All Suggestion language offered the child the opportunity to make choices related to the activity or the child’s behavior. Additional codes. Transcripts from the three pilot families (two girls and one boy with 2 days of recording each) were examined to see what additional kinds of utterances the mothers used to manage their children’s behavior on an everyday basis. We noted two key features of mothers’ management language in the home that were not captured by the existing (Direction and Suggestion) coding system.

A random sample of more than 25% of the 15-min segments was coded by all coders for interrater reliability. Training reliability was initially calculated and the coders were periodically checked to make sure they had not begun to code differently from one another over time (ie, drift). Interrater reliability was calculated using intraclass correlations, which are appropriate for continuous variables (Shrout & Fleiss, 1979). 79, likely due to the infrequency and low variability of this code. Utterance counts.

The 15 min of morning routines were chosen by locating the time that the child woke up or the time the recorder was turned on in the morning and coded for the next 15 min. For bedtime, the time when the child went to bed (ie, when conversation between the child and parents ended for the night) was first located, and the preceding 15-min segment was coded. Management Language During Daily Routines 25 Management language coding. We started with two major categories of management language: Direction and Suggestion.

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