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    Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies! #readforgood

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    • Jeanne Gaffney

      Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies! (I love the idea of positive behavior plans when the kids get older, teaches them how to set character building/improving goals and work towards them)

    • Amanda Dozier

      positive behavior plans: parenting tips from PlayDrMom on how to use positive reinforcement to decrease undesired behaviors

    • Kayla Schwab

      Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies! Parenting tips from a therapist who is also a mom. Awesome :)

    • Kelly Wessell

      Brilliant!! Will still have to remember this stuff with my own kids. Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies!

    • Missalissa Mitchell

      Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources

    • Rebekah Monahan

      Parenting tips from PlayDrMom. How to Create a Positive Behavior Plan: When kids are struggling with a specific negative behavior, parents should focus on rewarding the positive/or absence of the undesired behavior.

    • Glide Bikes

      Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies! #parenting #tips #kids

    • Heather Geise

      Promoting Positive Behavior - reinforcement strategies! This is fantastic!!

    • Kimberly Mackay

      Promoting Positive Parenting by PlayDrMom, excellent tips from the dr

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