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#Infographic with physical, social, cognitive, and emotional norms for #firstgrade. Awesome info! Often caught between being little and wanting to feel “big”, first grade can be a challenging time. For many, it’s the first time that learning becomes somewhat difficult. Children who expressed confidence in kindergarten may display new anxieties and self-confidence issues.

#Infographic with physical, social, cognitive, and emotional norms for #firstgrade. Awesome info! Often caught between being little and wanting to feel “big”, first grade can be a challenging time. For many, it’s the first time that learning becomes somewhat difficult. Children who expressed confidence in kindergarten may display new anxieties and self-confidence issues.

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CONSEQUENCES FOR KIDS THAT WORK

Coming up with consequences for kids is not always easy. Especially when you’re in the heat of the moment and you just need your kids to do what you ask!   You need to find something that works and stick to it… if you want a behavior to change. If you ask them to do something (clean up...Read More »

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How to raise happy children by being a happy parent -

Teaching children to behave gets better rewards when you're positive rather than critical. Positive parenting by Mum in a Nutshell

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Kids love party games, what better way to learn letters than via musical letters....Fun, active and learning all in one!

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Howard Glasser - creator of Nurtured Heart Approach; especially good for difficult children or ADHD kids

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AFL - Following the traffic light system children decide where to put their books for a quick look on how difficult children found the lesson. Fab idea!

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11 Strategies to Use with Strong-Willed Children

Defiant people have fought revolutions, marched for civil rights, started businesses, and molded the world we live in. If those before us simply accepted everything as it was, many of the rights and privileges we enjoy today would not be available to us. Be thankful for the defiant people in your life and don’t write off your difficult kids; just figure out ways to harness their “power” for good!

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