Helping Kids Flourish in Kindergarten and Beyond
Some of you may have found me on Twitter, where I connect with wonderful educators and others who work with and help children across the globe. I have recently spoken with Wendy Young, (no relation!) who has a wonderful website Kidlutions where many resources help parents deal successfully with a variety of  issues.
Here is some information on an upcoming webinar to help parents help kids deal with anger!

Anger Toolbox for Kids(tm):

FREE Teleseminar Sign-up. 
Monday, May 24, 2010

7-8 pm (CST)
/5-6 pm Pacific time

We look forward to spending some time with you to talk about helping kids deal effectively with anger.  Our 45 minute teleseminar will help you understand:

1. The origins of anger in children
2. The physical and emotional reactions that occur when kids get mad 
3. Why some kids experience anger much more intensely than others
4. The top ways we inadvertently encourage more "over-the-top" anger reactions in our kids
5. Ways we can HELP our kids deal with anger


Most importantly, we'll share the good news about some ways we can help kids tame their temper and learn how to shrink it down.  We'll discover that mad isn't bad and we will take a hopeful and realistic look at teaching kids the important lifelong skill of anger-management. 

You'll also get a sneak-peek at our all new "Anger Management Toolbox for Kids". 

All that and more is just a FREE phone call away.
All you need to do is click this link and you can sign up for this free seminar!
5/22/2010 01:59:14 am


Thanks so much for sharing this resource with parents/caregivers. Helping kids deal with anger is such an important skill!

Thanks for all you do on behalf of young children!


2/20/2011 11:36:14 am

Love is a common theme of ballads; another common theme of ballads is courage.


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