How To Build Confidence In Children
Teaching children how to build their confidence will be sigle most important skill you can teach your child. This will give them a strong sense of self.
Social Skills Lesson: Accepting No
Social Skills Lesson: Accepting NoTeaching social skills to students is such a passion of mine. Social skills are so important for students to learn explicitly. This social skill lesson is about teaching student's how to accept no. So many students struggle with this social skill and this lesson tea...
Keeping the lines of communication with your child open - The Way of the Peaceful Parent
Children develop their self-image largely through their parent's reflections. Children and teens are continually developing their self-image, and their biggest reflection comes from their parent. When children trust that their parent will overall be kind and fair, this allows them to continue to be open and honest, to take responsibility and to do the right thing. Children don't want to …
12 Strategies that Work for Me during our kid’s Meltdowns
(edited June 2017) I did up this poster in 2015 when I was trying to find ways to cope with my child's meltdowns. After working with my child for a few years, I have come to have a better understanding on what is a meltdown, for some, "tantrums" "outburst" or what my son's ex-teacher once coined as…
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You Blew It. Now What?
No parent is perfect, as neither is any child. If you have had a rough day with your kids, try these 3 steps to repair the relationship and teach your children a lesson in humility.
😍KEEP YOUR KIDS ACTIVE
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10 Practical Tips to Help Your Struggling Reader
Helping a child reach reading fluency can be an arduous task with no end in sight. The struggling and correcting can deflate the most optimistic parent. What should we be doing? Are we helping too much or not enough? Here are 10 tips.
out of mind
there is a place you can go, even for just a moment - to contemplate reality. to absorb knowledge. to become more scientifically literate than you were before. in this place you may see things that frighten you, that shock you, that force you to question the world around you. within this place you...
Social Story When I'm Upset And Staying Calm
Do you have a student who has trouble controlling his anger or becomes easily upset or frustrated? A social story is a great way to promote appropriate social skills. They teach students how to make positive choices instead of acting out in anger or frustration. A social story is a great way to t...