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Mrs. Henderson told her son, Jon, for the third time that evening, “You had better do your homework before it gets too late. Jon shot back, “If it is so important to you, why don’t you do it!” Mrs. Henderson was shocked. After all, she was only trying to help. She reacted by saying, “Don’t talk to me that way, young man. I’m your mother.” Jon reacted right back, “Well, don’t talk to me that way. I’m your son.” At this point Mrs. Henderson stepped in and shouted; “Go to

Mrs. Henderson told her son, Jon, for the third time that evening, “You had better do your homework before it gets too late. Jon shot back, “If it is so important to you, why don’t you do it!” Mrs. Henderson was shocked. After all, she was only trying to help. She reacted by saying, “Don’t talk to me that way, young man. I’m your mother.” Jon reacted right back, “Well, don’t talk to me that way. I’m your son.” At this point Mrs. Henderson stepped in and shouted; “Go to

Do you sometimes feel like you talk too much? Silent Signals can be a great Positive Discipline tool for kindly and firmly communicating. It is important to make an agreement in advance and have children help you come up with the silent signals. Our blog this week includes several real-life examples of silent signals that have worked for parents and teachers.

Do you sometimes feel like you talk too much? Silent Signals can be a great Positive Discipline tool for kindly and firmly communicating. It is important to make an agreement in advance and have children help you come up with the silent signals.

Over 50 free de-escalation strategies to help when kids and young adults become argumentative or show aggression #pathway2success

50 FREE De-escalation Strategies and Techniques for kids and young adults with behavioral and emotional challenges. Great ideas for kids with oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, anxiety, or struggles with anger management.

Hanging upside down stimulates our vestibular system, found our inner ear. Planned sensory activities that involve hanging upside down can prevent sensory meltdowns in children with Autism.

Hanging upside down stimulates our vestibular system, found our inner ear. Planned sensory activities that involve hanging upside down can prevent sensory meltdowns in children with Autism.

A child holding up the wrinkled heart poem on a heart cut out for an empathy classroom activity. Teach kids about empathy, compassion, inclusion, and community.  #empathy #emapthybooks #socialemotionallearning #charactereducation #booksforkids #videosforkids #empathyactivities #socialskills #socialresponsibility

A child holding up the wrinkled heart poem on a heart cut out for an empathy classroom activity. Teach kids about empathy, compassion, inclusion, and community. #empathy #emapthybooks #socialemotionallearning #charactereducation #booksforkids #videosforkids #empathyactivities #socialskills #socialresponsibility