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Children are the MOST Important Work / C.S. by HandwrittenWord, $5.00 Good quote to add to my classroom.

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Parenting Tips: Easing Transitions for Young Children

Making leaving the park, going to the store etc easier on little ones

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. Einstein Traduction: Si vous voulez que vos enfants soient intelligents, faîtes leur lire les contes de fées.

kids with aspergers and comics- use comic books to help kids recognize social cues about how others are feeling

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When you know better, do better

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Teaching and Learning Chalkboard Quotes

Every child is gifted; they just unwrap their packages at different times.

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Quote (Walter Barbee)

If you've told a child a thousand times and he still does not understand, then it is not the child who is the slow learner.

"There is no one perfect way to be a good mother... Each mother has different challenges, different skills and abilities, and certainly different children... Some may have to work part-or full-time; some may work at home; some may divide their lives into periods of home and family and work. What matters is that a mother loves her children deeply and, in keeping with the devotion she has for God and her husband, prioritizes them above all else." Elder M. Russell Ballard

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You Are Your Child's Strongest Advocate... Whatever Their Age

Childhood 101- You are your child's strongest advocate...whatever their age... I have said this many times in the past month. I will fight for Max!

An Anger Box is a box filled with various calming items for a child to use when they are feeling angry or emotional in any way. The idea of the Anger Box is not that it’s a punishment, but a way to teach children to work through their emotions in a healthy manner.

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Triggers of behaviour for children with autism by @Dan Uyemura HOPPER - I think this is applicable for many children that do not have autism as well - a good reminder.

You're responsible to show them how to do this, thru your actions, make the world a better place