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How To Teach Your Children Respect--Dr. Robyn Silverman Powerful Words #drrobyn #parenting #infographic

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Telling vs Tattling

A great resource for teaching kids the difference between telling or tattling. Love it!

three kids and a fish: Telling vs Tattling

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School Holiday Rules

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My consequence board we did for the kids last night. I have it hanging in the kitchen. And if they do something on the board, I ask them to go read the consequence, and that is their punishment. Time to straighten those two out.

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Tons of tips, tricks, book ideas, and freebies to build kind and caring students! Examples including curbing "tattle tounge!"

The Littlest Scholars: A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

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Fun fact: Today, November 13th is World Kindness Day. Kindness is an incredibly important, yet not altogether often acknowledged character quality that pretty much makes the world go ’round! So in the spirit of spreading kindness, here are a few easy ideas to inspire kindness in your …

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10 Things I Want My Ten-Year-Old Daughter To Know

Ten things to tell your daughter before she turns ten

10 Things I Want My Ten-Year-Old Daughter To Know

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6 Things my Kids Are Not Allowed to Say to Adults

Do your kids respect authority? My kids are not allowed to say these phrases to adults!

6 Things my Kids Are Not Allowed to Say to Adults - Imperfect Homemaker

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Sports Mom Survival Guidefrom Sports Mom Survival Guide

Why our Kids Should do Age Appropriate Chores

Our kids need to do age appropriate chores. Find out how chores instill life-long values in our kids and grab our list of what is appropriate for your kids.

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Age Appropriate Chores for Children, 12-18 months, 18 months - 3 years, 3 to 4 years, by Jacaranda Tree Montessori

Age Appropriate Chores for Children - Jacaranda Tree Montessori

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a list of chores for two year olds and three year olds :)

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10 Commandments-kid language

The Ten Commandments : Books for Children

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There's an Attitude Problem in our House - Meaningfulmama.com

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10 Social Manners for Children

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I'm a big fan of this breakdown on Santa. I appreciated the idea behind Santa as a child, but this letter from a child's parents just smashes the nail on the head for me. I dislike the idea of "robbing" the magic of Christmas from my children with "the truth", but with a message like this I don't feel as though I have to anymore. Awesome.

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Dreading when this day comes, but this is a great idea to ease kiddo's into the truth of Santa

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The Ten Commandments : Books for Children

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Robot Check

I am going to have to put this on my Fridge! Speak quietly to be heard, You will be amazed at how much better they listen. True Story!! #charlottepediatricclinic

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Launching Writer's Workshop and Personal Narrative Unit (CC Aligned)

Show Not Tell anchor chart

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7 Family Habits worth building and How to

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10 Things To Teach Your Kids Before Their First Date. This is such a good list, 10 things for both boys and girls. I especially loved the boy list. Wish more parents of boys would teach them these things.

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Teaching Kids to Be Unique

Teaching Kids to Be Unique -- “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Dr. B Teaches Toddlers Patience (It's About Time!!!)

Teaching Toddlers Patience--practical suggestions (and distracting them isn't one of them)! Awesome awesome site with behavior advice for parents

Dr. B Teaches Toddlers Patience (It's About Time!!!)

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Rules of the House – Getting your kids to listen. Most of these are great, except for the no playing in the hallway (who cares if the kids are playing so long as they're behaving) and it bugs me that they called it the "meal table" instead of the dinner table lol. Also, how is "clean up after yourself" not on this list?

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Parents should not be friends with their children, at least until they are on your own. Then some days you are a parent, other days a listening friend. Wish kids understood this better.

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