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FREE printable quote; great for home or the classroom!

FREE printable quote; great for home or the classroom!

Attitude towards disobedient children. Too many parents don't care enough to pay attention to what their children are doing, correct the behavior and most importantly follow through. Telling your child not to do something and then allowing the behavior is worse than not saying anything,

Attitude towards disobedient children. Too many parents don't care enough to pay attention to what their children are doing, correct the behavior and most importantly follow through. Telling your child not to do something and then allowing the behavior is worse than not saying anything,

Why do gentleness and respect get thought of as permissiveness? - ThatNewCruchyMom

Why do gentleness and respect get thought of as permissiveness? - ThatNewCruchyMom

Quotes for teachers ll Classroom management ll Classroom Pedagogyll "Be their… …

Quotes for teachers ll Classroom management ll Classroom Pedagogyll "Be their… …

Unique perspective for special needs parents, gifted child parents

Unique perspective for special needs parents, gifted child parents

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A great reminder from Rebecca Eanes of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond. (image via  NotSalmon.com)

A great reminder from Rebecca Eanes of Positive Parenting: Toddlers and Beyond. (image via NotSalmon.com)

Don't rescue your child from a challenge. Teach them how to face it.

Don't rescue your child from a challenge. Teach them how to face it.

If you can't be kind, be quiet! #bekind #kindness #quotes

If you can't be kind, be quiet! #bekind #kindness #quotes

ABSOLUTELY! Read about how to become that self-controlled parent in Toddlers & ADHD by Donna Mac www.toddlersandadhd.com

ABSOLUTELY! Read about how to become that self-controlled parent in Toddlers & ADHD by Donna Mac www.toddlersandadhd.com