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64 positive things to say to kids

64 Positive Things to Say to Kids - Clients feeling stressed? Try these 64 positive things to say to kids (& adults too!

Many parents say meditation is a helpful tool for their kids. More research is needed to understand how meditation might specifically benefit kids with learning and attention issues. But it can be a good way to help all kids cope with stress and "quiet the mind." Here are seven apps to introduce your child to meditation. Try Tech Finder for more: u.org/TechFinder

Fantastic app ideas to walk kids through meditation and calming the body and mind. These can be helpful to do prior to a surgery or if possible, during a procedure. Find this and many more helpful apps at: org/TechFinder

Nice idea to help little ones take care of their responsibilities even if they can't read yet...

Chores and organisation for your little ones. Lovely DIY Chore Charts For Kids - Make use of magnetic sticky paper to mark chores that are done.

Nice idea to help little ones take care of their responsibilities even if they can't read yet...

Chores and organisation for your little ones. Lovely DIY Chore Charts For Kids - Make use of magnetic sticky paper to mark chores that are done.

developing a parenting style and instilling positive attitude ... do teachers do this when the have a classroom with a handful of 'defiant' kids?

Tips for Dealing with Defiant or Stubborn Children (Infographic) dealing with defiant or stubborn children infographic from Love and Logic website

Do you know how to spot nutritional deficiencies in children? 4 common vitamins/minerals many kids are lacking, watch-out symptoms, & tips to stay healthy.

Do you know how to spot nutritional deficiencies in children? 4 common vitamins/minerals many kids are lacking, watch-out symptoms, & tips to stay healthy.

ADHD Hack: four rules we have for our ADHD child

ADHD Hack: the only four rules we have for our ADHD child -

Could better social skills for your ADHDer be a tap and slide away? Check out these apps designed to help kids navigate the social scene.

It seems counterintuitive, but these fun apps can actually help your kids develop better social skills by thinking through social scenarios, recognizing feelings in facial expressions, and more.