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a woman with long black hair and blue shirt in front of bookshelves holding a yellow sign that says, 5 ted talks all parents must watch to understand your child better
Shweta sangwan | Parenting coach on Instagram: "Comment ‘ link’ to get the direct links to these TED talks. Also, don't forget to follow @conscious_indian_parents, only then you will receive the link. You will be able to understand your child better after watching these TED talks. 1. Julie Lythcott-Haims: How to raise successful kids – without over-parenting 2. Becky Kennedy -The single most important parenting strategy 3. Molly Wright: How every child can thrive by five 4. Sir Ken Robinson: Do schools kill creativity? 5. Lael Stone : How To Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children #parenting #consciousparenting #parentingtips #motherhood #raisingkids #braindevelopment #tedtalks"
an image of two books with question marks on them and the words questions written below
FirstCry Intelli Education | Early Learning Experts on Instagram: "Tap through for an inside look at how easy questions can turn everyday story time into exciting adventures. 🚀 As you explore your child's individual viewpoint and nurture their imagination, these prompts enhance your bonding experiences, creating memories that last a lifetime.💫 Save this post and start your journey into wonder with your little one tonight! 📌 . . . . [Story time, Kids play, early learning, early childhood education, child development, firtscry] #storytime #toddlerplay #funactivities #earlylearning #earlychildhoodeducation #childdevelopment #tryit #firstcryintellieducation#firstcry"
the words why rushing is your children's fly slows the wind on a purple background
Zara Kadir on Instagram: "It takes just about all of my resolve not to grab parents who are dragging their kids in saying “I told you we’d be late.” I am a mum of 2, I KNOW it’s hard to leave on time, I also know it is 100% possible and that if you’re definitely going to be 5 minutes late then why not just let it be 10 more and not stressful? #grownup #biggirlpants #getorganized Tag someone who needs to get organised! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⁣ Link in the bio to a free downloadables #positiveparentingsolutions ##positiveparentingskills #positiveparentingeducation #tantrum #tantrums #toddlertantrums #playtherapist #positiveparenting #toddlerparenting #respectfulparenting #gentleparent #parentingtips #respectfulparenting #intentionalparenting #teenageparent #parentingteens #coregulation #infantdevelopme
a backyard with a playground, swing set and gravel path
the summer bucket list is shown here
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an outdoor activities to do at home flyer
40+ Outdoor Activities to Do at Home for Kids age 2-10 - Free Outdoor Activities Checklist - Natural Beach Living
40+ Outdoor Activities to Do at Home for Kids age 2-10 - Free Outdoor Activities Checklist - Natural Beach Living
Jennie Monness on Instagram: "One of the very best pieces of advice I can give you when it comes to siblings is to avoid taking on the role of referee. We often think that if our children come to us with a conflict that arises between them and their sibling, we feel we are required to solve it for them, but we’re not. ⁣
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You may think - what can I do when my kid comes to me screaming that his/her sister took her toy? Don’t I have to tell my other child to give it back? I’d argue no. When we reflexively respond as referee or mediator, we are setting the stage to take on this role for a REALLY long time. ⁣
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Think about how you can empower your children to problem solve these frequent challenges on their own, even at a young age. ⁣
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Here’s how I try to respond to something like:⁣
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 “Tess Raising Kids, Siblings, Feelings, Challenges, Advice, Arguing, Sibling
Jennie Monness on Instagram: "One of the very best pieces of advice I can give you when it comes to siblings is to avoid taking on the role of referee. We often think that if our children come to us with a conflict that arises between them and their sibling, we feel we are required to solve it for them, but we’re not. ⁣ ⁣ You may think - what can I do when my kid comes to me screaming that his/her sister took her toy? Don’t I have to tell my other child to give it back? I’d argue no. When we reflexively respond as referee or mediator, we are setting the stage to take on this role for a REALLY long time. ⁣ ⁣ Think about how you can empower your children to problem solve these frequent challenges on their own, even at a young age. ⁣ ⁣ Here’s how I try to respond to something like:⁣ ⁣ “Tess
a woman talking to a child with the caption at the end of each school year, i ask my kids these questions
BIG LIFE JOURNAL on Instagram: "Wrapping up another school year? 🚍🎓 ⏩ Here are some great questions to ask your child to discover their passions, see how much they’ve grown, and get excited for summer! Celebrate the end of the school year with our popular “My End of Year Interview” printable! Comment ‘FFP’ to get it and help your child build their self-expression, reflection, and goal-setting skills! Link in Bio to download it for FREE! #biglifejournal #growthmindset #parentlife #positiveparenting #parentingtips #parentinghacks #parentingadvice #momlife #parenting #gentleparenting #consciouparenting #respectfulparenting #peacefulparenting #parentingscript #momtips #intentionalparenting #positivediscipline"
a woman holding a book in front of a bookshelf with the words lessons i want my daughters to learn
The Kid Lit Mama on Instagram: "It is such a privilege to parent my two young daughters. I am continually reflecting on what I want to teach them as they grow up and how to accomplish this. Picture books are full of life lessons and make the most incredible teaching tools. A few weeks back, I asked what lessons YOU most want your children to learn. There were truly phenomenal responses that stopped me in my tracks. I took some of your replies and some of my own and put them together to create a collection of mostly social-emotional learning titles that can be used to teach the lessons I want my daughters to grow up learning. ‼️Comment LINK if you’d like to get a link to these books sent to your DMs. ‼️ Quick FYI: each of the lessons I want my daughters to learn isn’t necessarily the *e
Kellie Atkinson on Instagram: "Prepping some snack boxes for my little one 🧀🍇🥰 #asmr #snackbox #lunchable #lunchbox #kidfoodidea #toddlerfood #momlife" Snacks, Kids Lunchbox, Kids Snack Box, Kids Lunch, Lunchbox Treats, Lunch Snacks, Lunch Box, Snack Prep, Snack Box
Kellie Atkinson on Instagram: "Prepping some snack boxes for my little one 🧀🍇🥰 #asmr #snackbox #lunchable #lunchbox #kidfoodidea #toddlerfood #momlife"
a young boy is sleeping with his arm around the shoulder
Parenting | Tools | Behaviour Modification on Instagram: "Save these question and try asking them before bed tonight. I love these little check in conversations to see where my kids are at emotionally or if there’s something I can be doing different as a parent Follow for more parenting tips and advice @travellingplayground @travellingplayground @travellingplayground • • #parenting #parentingtips #parentingadvice #motherhood #fatherhood #mentalhealth #kidsmentalhealth"
the words top phrases to teach kids for better boundaries on a red background with white lettering
Dr. Jazmine | Parenting on Instagram: "Team #teachearly when it comes to boundaries around here. Here are some simple (yet powerful) phrases to start teaching now. 💥 When kids know how to advocate for themselves, it leads to: ✅ Less anger and aggression ✅ Less conflict ✅ Less adult intervention during social situations ✅ More confidence ✅ Better relationships Yasss 😎 PS: Comment "Anger ebook" (make sure to put those words in exactly so my bots can get to work 💃🏽) and we'll send you a free copy of my Anger E-book. It's packedddddd with info on how to understand and help calm down your lil tornado. 😅"
a mother holding her daughter's hand with the caption, one brilliant thing my mom did to build my emotional intelilince
BIG LIFE JOURNAL on Instagram: "Next time you’re reading to your child, pause and ask: ✨ How do you think they felt in that situation? ✨ Why do you think she was sad when that happened? ✨ Do you think that was a good way to show anger? What else could they have done? Keep it casual, stay curious, and avoid labeling things as “right” or “wrong.” It’s a great way for your child to learn more about emotions. 👉Want to help your child understand their feelings better? Comment ‘FFP’ to get our fun “Heavy & Light Feelings” posters, perfect for learning about emotions❗ Comment FFP to download it for FREE! #biglifejournal #growthmindset #parentlife #positiveparenting #parentingtips #parentinghacks #parentingadvice #momlife #parenting #gentleparenting #consciouparenting #respectfulparenting #
the words stop asking kids what to do
ParentsTogether on Instagram: "How do you normally ask your kids about their day? 🤷‍♂️ If you're used to getting one-word answers or shrugs in response to your questions, you might want to try a S.O.C.K. question! 💡 S.O.C.K. questions are Specific, Open-ended, Creative, and Kid-friendly! For example, instead of "What did you learn at school today?", you might ask, "What was the most interesting activity you did today?" What are some other S.O.C.K. questions you can come up with? (Via @kidtalk.co) ––– #parentstogether #parentingtips #gentleparenting #gentleparent #momsofig #mindfulmama #lifewithlittles #dadsofinstagram #dadsofig #parentsofinstagram #parentingwithpurpose #parentingskills #parentingteens #childdevelopment"
a woman holding a baby in her arms with the words to ask your kids before it's too late part 1
The Connection Collective on Instagram: "Subscribe for daily connection questions! Ask these questions now before it’s too late and they grow up! It all happens too fast. These questions are meant to help you better connect with your children. A lot of times we get on autopilot, and ask, ”How was your day?” over and over again, checking off the list connection for the day. Just like the canned answers you gave when your parents asked you this question, you’re going to get the same canned answers. Let’s mix it up and ask the right questions to help our kids grow up in a home where they feel seen and heard. It might also lower the therapy bill in the future 😉 #kidsconnect #parentsupport #familyquestions #therapy101 #traumabond #familysupport #connectionquestions"