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The Idea Roomfrom The Idea Room

Make the Backtalk Stop

make the backtalk stop!

My Life and Kidsfrom My Life and Kids

The Key to Building Your Child's Self-Esteem

Building Your Child's Self-Esteem #kids #parenting

How to discipline kids when you want to reach their hearts. This whole blog is great, I'm saving it for future reference.

Parentingfrom Parenting

Quirky Discipline Rules That Work

Quirky Discipline Rules That Work. I was sold at the first one.

The Kid Counselor™from The Kid Counselor™

10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids

10 Things Not to Say to a Child -- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements to be more positive and productive - wow ... These are fantastic tips! These also apply to being a better communicative teacher!

How to Handle "Backtalk" and Why! Great for parents & educators dealing with behavioral problems #education

The Happy Housewifefrom The Happy Housewife

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids

List of age appropriate chores for kids starting at age 2

Parentsfrom Parents

The One-Week Fix for Bad Behavior

The One-Week Fix for Bad Behavior (via Parents.com)

The Kid Counselor™from The Kid Counselor™

10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids

10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements....especially "okay?"

10 Things To Remember When Your Child Is Disobedient (Raising Godly Children)

Do You Spank Your Child? Would you like alternatives? Here's How to Implement Consequences with Positive Parenting, Kids and Discipline

modernparentsmessykids.comfrom modernparentsmessykids.com

POYEL: Examining Our Daily Routines

How to Structure Your Days to Really be the Parent You Want to Be

Three Unbelievably Simple Parenting Ideas: 1) Children need a minimum of 8 touches a day to feel connected to a parent. 2) Each day, children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent. 3) There are nine minutes during the day that can have the greatest impact on a child: the first three minutes right after they wake up, the three minutes after they come home from school, and the last three minutes of the day before they go to bed.

How best to handle a child with a temper ... hint, hint: it's not yelling back at them yet isn't that often the way many parents respond, simply out of frustration? Here are peaceful ways to cope and feel good about your parenting at the end of the day. What would you add here?

Attitude towards disobedient children. Too many parents don't care enough to pay attention to what their children are doing, correct the behavior and most importantly follow through. Telling your child not to do something and then allowing the behavior is worse than not saying anything,

Kara Carrerofrom Kara Carrero

Parenting without Saying No

Different ways to say "no" to kids so that they do what you need them to do. Helpful parenting tips!