Top 10 Reasons Why Kids Get Angry (and how you can help!) - One Time Through
Positive parenting advice. Includes the top 10 reasons why kids get angry, and helpful parenting tips for managing an angry child. #positiveparenting #parentingadvice #parentingtips #momtips #parenthood
Negative talk from children to themselves and about themselves can be a tricky slope for many parents. We found this list of 7 ways to respond to those words to be profound. Knew we needed to share!
The Westmont Montessori School
The Westmont Montessori School blog seeks to provide a resource to help parents and teachers of toddler and preschool-aged children.
Anger Behaviors (+ES)
Circle the behaviors that you do when you get frustrated or angry! Spanish Version Included with Download (pg. 2)! !Encierra en un circulo los comportamientos que haces cuando te sientes enojado o frustrado!
Strategies for Oppositional Kids
Working with kids and young adults who are oppositional can be challenging. Being oppositional might mean refusing to do work, breaking rules, and engaging in other challenging behaviors. The truth is, many kids can be oppositional from time to time, so many of these strategies work with all learner
Phrases for Promoting a Growth Mindset in Perfectionist Children
These phrases that promote a growth mindset in perfectionist children are excellent for responding to keep them trying and working through challenges.
5 Love Languages for Children: 100+ I LOVE YOU'S + FREE Printable Bingo
How do you show kids "I love you"? Here are 100+ ways to express this via LOVE LANGUAGES FOR KIDS. Includes fun, free bingo printable activity
Parenting 101: A Child Therapist's 4 Ingredients to Good Parenting
Unfortunately, we didn't get Parenting 101 in school. Luckily good parenting comes down to these 4 simple ingredients. Are these elements in your parenting?
Affirmations for Kids - Lemonade Brain
It's so important for kiddos to feel good about themselves, too! Have your little ones repeat these positive affirmations out loud regularly, and watch their confidence and courage grow!
How to Teach Problem-Solving Skills to Kids (Ages 3-14)
Whether it’s a toy-related conflict, a tough math equation, or negative peer pressure, kids of ALL ages face problems and challenges on a daily basis. As parents or teachers, we can’t always be there to solve every problem for our children. In fact, this isn’t OUR job. Our job is to TEACH our children how to solve problems for themselves. This way, they can become confident, independent, and successful individuals.
The question "How was your day?" is a conversation killer, especially for kids. Here are 20 alternative questions from The Realistic Mama that will engage your child in meaningful discussion.