A Mom: "Sheila, I hear about all the benefits to teaching kids to be kind. But, COME ON, I have a toddler and I feel like I am barely making it to keep her fed and her diaper clean."
This is true. Surviving the Toddler Phase takes all our wits and skills. The reality is, though, that we CAN teach toddlers to be kind by understanding their development and use the daily work of being a toddler to emphasize the skills needed to be kind and empathetic.
That's the reason we have this course! We are bringing to you the techniques that effective parents have used with their toddlers.
In this course we will cover teaching toddlers the building blocks needed to build those kindness skills we want our kids to have. This includes:
Additionally, students that enroll in the Teaching Toddlers Kindness Course will have access to give-aways through the course as well as a private Facebook group where we can connect, ask questions, share ideas, and cheer each other on in our mission to raise kind kids, even from their earliest years.
The Teaching Toddlers Kindness Course starts on March 14th and will run through April 18th.
What you get by taking the "How Busy Moms Tame Toddler Tantrums by Teaching Kindness":
Marlene, Mom of 2:
THIS is exactly what I was looking for to help me with my little girl.
Not only was the process of teaching kindness demystified for me,
BUT my toddler tantrums less and
communicates her needs better now.
I feel like a Parent Rock Star with these tools.
Sheila is a mom of two boys. She is an experienced certified elementary education and special education teacher with her master's degree in teaching and learning from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She brings to life acts of kindness and service projects that kids can do. In her daily adventures of serving with her young boys, she has witnessed the awesome things that happen when kids serve others. She started serving daily with her kids in 2012, when they were 3 and 5 years old. What started as a way to teach her kids empathy has transitioned to a way of life and a connection with thousands of others.