Dear Strong-Willed Child: This morning was tough, I put too much toothpaste on your toothbrush, I gave you a blue plate instead of a pink one, your cereal was, in your words, “disgusting,” your socks had bumps in them, and I wouldn’t let you take your Pokémon cards to school.
Of the four main parenting styles authoritative parenting has the most positive results and is linked with superior child outcomes throughout the world!
Encouraging words for kids are a clever way to help your child develop confidence, a positive mindset and boost morale. Never run out of ideas again with giant list of positive things to say to your kids!
Lunch box notes for kids are a great way to let your kid know you are thinking about them and love them while they are away from you at school. Over 150 printable back to school lunch box notes and jokes guaranteed to make your kids feel loved and special. These notes will keep your kiddo smiling and laughing at lunchtime all year long!
It can be easy to overlook the importance of raising kind kids, but it’s just as important as teaching kids academics. So if you’re wondering how to teach kindness to a child … Read on friend, lots of great tips and fun exercises here.
Wondering how to teach your kids about Mindfulness? You’ll love these mindfulness books for kids to teach kids strategies and skills for calming down, regulating their emotions, focusing, sleeping better, and developing kindness and compassion. Happy (and blissful) reading!
Mindfulness exercises for kids are becoming a proven method to help kids develop skills such as peace, calm, emotional regulation and compassion! Check out my favorite present moment awareness mindfulness exercise for kids. Mindful kids = happy kids! Heck Yeah!
Inside: Mindfulness for Autism – 5 big ways it will help. Includes exercise instructions, book recommendations, and free printables. Having a child on the spectrum is really hard. I know this because my son has autism. But: Is there a way to help kids like my son regulate their big emotions? I think so… And…
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