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Parenting Strategies to Kid Habits

As parents, our goal is to help our kids develop into young adults who are self-sufficient and ready to face the challenges of the outside world. To do this, we need to think about the habits that we will give our children so that they will have the tools that they need. To create kid habits, we need the right parenting strategies.

Parenting Strategies to Kid Habits are short videos about specific parenting strategies that you can use to help your child develop the skills they need to be successful adults in the future.

Math All Around Us

Math All Around Us

Math seems to be an area that most parents are particularly challenged by. Changes in how math is taught coupled with our own negative experiences with math, make us reluctant to engage our kids with math in the same way that we do with reading. Yet, we can push past...

The Work Hour

The Work Hour

Creating the right environment for studying can be challenging. Thinking about the studying environment is important, though. What steps can we take to set a better atmosphere for learning? Can we get others involved in it? What would a work hour look like?...

Stopping Back Talk

Stopping Back Talk

Having your kid talk back to you pushes all of our buttons and we tend not to respond well. Yet, our gut reaction to their behaviors doesn't help us correct it or prevent it from happening again. Check out these strategies for minimizing back talk and dealing with it...

Reading to Your Toddler

Reading to Your Toddler

We all want to read to our kids. But it can be a bit of a challenge to read to your toddler. They won't sit still when reading, try to turn the pages, or just simply lose interest. Here are some tips to help get them engaged in reading. https://youtu.be/7amlgHzUtvY

A Minute to Kvetch

A Minute to Kvetch

All kids whine and kvetch. It seems to be a given. But, it can be annoying, particularly when it happens all of the time. How do we channel the kvetching so that it doesn't drive us nuts while still allowing and encouraging our children to share how they feel?...