5 Simple Tips for Taming Tantrums - Rock it Mama
Use the 5 Simple Tips for Taming Tantrums to deescalate meltdowns and preserve your sanity.
This Graphic Can Help You Identify What Triggers You in Relationships
Keep this chart handy!
Build Confidence! 55 Positive Things To Say To Your Child - Beenke
Here's 55 positive things to say to your child to help them feel confident and loved! Words of encouragement like these build feeling of self worth. Positive things to say to kids boost self esteem and encourage a growth mindset.
6 Principles of Positive Parenting
I started learning about positive parenting long before I was actually a parent. When I was getting my MA in early childhood education, everything that I was studying about child development and how children grow up to be well-adjusted and emotionally intelligent… all pointed back to positive parenting. So once I had my own children, […]
Children's Aggressive Behavior Comes Down to this One Thing | A Parenting Resources Guide - Hand in Hand Parenting
Hitting? Pinching? Kicking? Most children act aggressively but it can be very tough to see and understand.While we can and should set limits about the behavior, what happens if we can listen to what that behavior is telling us?
The 5 tips that WILL help you calm your angry child down.
Tips for staying calm, calming your child, and tools that they can use anywhere.
18 Effective De-Escalation Strategies For Defusing Meltdowns
These effective de-escalation strategies help parents, or caregivers, defuse meltdowns & outbursts in children. These de-escalation strategies will....
How to Eliminate Attention Seeking Behavior With Positive Parenting
Learn long-term and short-term strategies to stop attention seeking behaviors with your child. Attention seeking lessens when...
What to Say to Help a Kid Who is Worried - Counselor Keri
Spread the word: 152 Shares Facebook Twitter Email More Sometimes it’s hard to know what to say to kids who worry, especially when they are overwhelmed in the moment. Well-meaning adults who just want to erase the worry for kids may say some phrases that aren’t so helpful and don’t empower kids to tune in to their bodies. To help a kid who is worried, try these helpful, empowering phrases: What to Say to Help a Kid Who is Worried: […]
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
Yarn Wrapped Cardboard Letters
I've been wanting to share these cardboard letters for so long! My art camp kids made them back in July. The other day, as I was going through these photos, I realized that four of
Getting Kids To Listen: It's Possible, We Swear! - Beenke
Getting kids to listen, we swear it's possible! Ever feel like your kids just aren't getting the message? Get their attention! We share 15 positive phrases to get kids to listen.
4 Types of Parenting Styles and Their Effects
Discover how the 4 types of parenting styles vary in characteristics and impacts on a young child's development.
What to Teach Your Son (and Daughter) about Locker Room Talk - Susan Merrill
“Locker Room Talk” has become a trending topic in the news recently. Some people brush off these types of remarks with “boys will be boys,” or by saying it’s “just talk.” However, the reality of the situation is that there is no such thing as “just talk.” According to Andrew Newberg, M.D. and Mark Robert Waldman, leaders in brain-and-communication research, hostile words can negatively change brain chemistry while positive words stimulate motivating frontal lobe activity. The more you engage…