Positive Parenting for Connection and Thriving Family, Emotional Tools for Developing Kid’s Emotional Intelligence, Daily Routine Charts & Create a Schedule with Kids, Fun Family Activities, Calm Parenting and Stop Yelling Parenting
The longer I’m a parent, the more I realize that a big part of my job is to help my kids deal with their big emotions - sometimes very big emotions.
While as adults, experiencing strong emotions about an itchy sock or spilled water bottle might seem silly or overdramatic to us... but to kids, their emotions are very real and can feel scary, overwhelming and often, too much to handle.
The truth is, kids aren't born with the ability to control their emotions any more than they are born knowing how to feed themselves or tie their shoes.
That's why they need parents to help them sort it all out. Emotion Picture Cards are a great starting place to learning emotions and sorting them all.
But, if you want even more support to teach emotions and help you child gain the necessary tools to identify and communicate themselves, then this quick-start online course, Emotions A - Z: From Chaos to In Control could be the perfect fit.
Come on in and explore what's really going on behind the tantrum and tears, and let's see if we can figure this out together...