Posted on April 30, 2020 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
Although every family will manage the major changes of staying at home and distance learning differently taking it account their own strengths, limitations, and daily accountabilities, for children and adults alike, a consistent morning routine offers many benefits. That structure can provide a sense of safety and stability for all as they begin their …
Category: Building a Positive Family Environment, Modeling Social and Emotional Skills, Practicing Social and Emotional Skills Tags: #COVID19, #parentingtips, dealing with stress, morning routines, motivation to work, nag less, Nagging, Power struggles, routines and structures, school at home, stay-at-home order
Posted on October 12, 2016 by confidentparentsconfidentkids
Though the sunshine sparkles through the yellow leaves during these beautiful Fall days, there is less light in the morning and evening. And we’ve been doing this school thing for a few months now. We’ve poured it on and now we are slowing down a bit – tired. My husband and I noticed that some …
Category: Building a Positive Family Environment, Modeling Social and Emotional Skills, Practicing Social and Emotional Skills Tags: Altruism, Appreciating children, Confident Parents, Empathy, Interactive modeling, KIds' behavior change, Kids' strengths, Looking for the good in kids, Morning routine, Nagging, Parent behavior change, Positive reinforcement, Resilience, Scolding
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