13 Logical Consequences that Actually Work | Enforcing logical consequences in the classroom and at home is a fabulous way for teachers to encourage good classroom behavior and parents to get kids to behave without yelling, but knowing HOW to use logical consequences (and how to implement them successfully) can be tricky. We’re sharing our best positive parenting tips and 13 logical consequences that actually work! #parenting #parenting101 #positiveparenting #parentingtips
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Both Fern Langham and Sarah Anne Stewart left high-impact, health-compromising jobs that drove them to the brink of destruction, physically and mentally. To reverse the cycle of stress, they began a regimen of yoga and meditation.
Got some old golf balls at home? Then recycle them and make a cute decoration for your garden! Painting golf balls to look like ladybugs is easy so its a great project to do with kids. Just dont forget to wear an appropriate mask w