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Purposeful Parenting: Filling My Bucket

Teaching how actions impact others is a valuable lesson in self-control, emotions, relationships & behavior. Teach your kids "Is this filling my bucket?"

Do You React or Respond to Your Kids?

It's important to stay calm and use empathy when we talk to our kids. Sometimes, it's hard to know what to say instead. Here are some examples of how we "react" to our kids and some alternative responses to try instead

Family Kindness Project {Have You Filled A Bucket Today?}

Family Kindness Project: Here is an easy DIY project to encourage helping and kindness, based on the popular book Have You Filled A Bucket Today.

This looks like a cute bulletin board idea to use in conjunction with the book "Have you Filled a Bucket Today?" My kids loved the book and I can see my next group getting really excited about putting warm fuzzies in their bucket.

Authoritative Parenting

"Cuando supones lo peor de tus hijos, lo peor será todo lo que frecuentemente verás. Cuando asumes lo mejor de tus hijos, ellos tenderán a vivir bajo tus expectativas. Supón las mejores intenciones y las mejores motivaciones para desarrollar la mejor relación padre/hijo." L.R.Knost

Do you recognize the Do you recognize the need to build up your children every day, too? This list of phrases will encourage the child who hears them from a sincere parent. There are so many “voices” in this world telling our kids they don’t measure up. Behind every young child who believes in him, is a parent who believed in him first. Let’s go on the offensive and help our girls and boys see how truly wonderful they are. ~ Club31Women

50 Ways to Say "Good Job" (Without Saying "Good Job")

Learn how to encourage your kids without saying a generic "good job." Here are 50 ways to say "good job" without saying "good job" (plus a free printable!)