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My child says jokingly "stupid" "madman" "idiot" ... Is that bad?

That slowly creeps into it. Children hear the words regularly in the school and on television. Without them really understand what they say they use these words for fun. Just because it sounds funny or to tease each other. Once I say some about it and other times I just ignore it. The other time it bothers me even more because it is meant to tease. It seems very innocent and they know not what the ...

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Certificate pacifier

This cerfificate might stimulate your child to stop needing it's pacifier, dummy.

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Certificate reading

This cerfificate/diploma might stimulate your child in a positive way to read more often and better.

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Swallow pill

With this card you can keep track if your child remembers to swallow pills in the morning and in the evening. You can use the map at the same time as a reward card to encourage children to swallow their pill faithfully. #ADHD #diabetes #vitamine

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New pain scale chart

Finally I got time to add a couple of new charts. One of them I made on request of a mother of whom the son needsdaily  injections. She would like to help him en hopes that the pain scale will help him see his pain is decreasing over time. The reward sticker is there for positive stimulations. I am very glad she asked me to devellop a chart for her son. Hopefully it helps! In case you miss a ...

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Holiday planner - new free printable

One more new planner on this parenting website: a holiday planner, especially for kids who need structure! With this planner, they can fill in for 5 days what they intend to do. This prevents children from being bored or just wanting to play on a screen: television, phone, tablet, etc. Parenting tip: agree upon the rule that a screen can be filled in once a day and on the other moments o ...

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Holiday planner - free printable

One more new planner on this parenting website: a holiday planner, especially for kids who need structure! With this planner, they can fill in for 5 days what they intend to do. This prevents children from being bored or just wanting to play on a screen: television, phone, tablet, etc. Parenting tip: agree upon the rule that a screen can be filled in once a day and on the other ...

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Countdown calendar two weeks blue

This is a simple countdown calendar that you can fill in yourself for two weeks. Free printable via www.free-reward-cards.com At request of a family house, where they use such a plasticized countdown calendar for each child. You can write on it with a whiteboard pen or stick stickers and adjust the countdown calender every time aga ...

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Countdown calendar two weeks red

This is a simple countdown calendar that you can fill in yourself for two weeks. Free printable via www.free-reward-cards.com At request of a family house, where they use such a plasticized countdown calendar for each child. You can write on it with a whiteboard pen or stick stickers and adjust the countdown calender every time aga ...

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Convert negative thoughts into Positive thoughts

A card to make children aware of helpful (positive) and non-helpful thoughts (negative) they have. Children can write or draw the situation in the boxes and add the thoughts they had at that moment. By giving children an insight into their thoughts and by teaching them that they can influence their thoughts and feeling, you can stimulate children to convert (negative) acquired behavi ...

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How to convert (negative) thoughts, negative patterns into positive ones

A card to make children aware of helpful (positive) and non-helpful thoughts (negative) they have. Children can write or draw the situation in the boxes and add the thoughts they had at that moment. By giving children an insight into their thoughts and by teaching them that they can influence their thoughts and feeling, you can stimulate children to convert (negative) acquired behaviour and negati ...

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How to use a reward card?
How to use a reward chart?Temporarily use of a reward chart may well help to learn children new behavior or to unlearn bad behavior. The reward chart works as an additional incentive. For a child tangible reward stickers are often more attractive than a happy reaction from a parent. After a while, if the behavior is more natural for the child, the reward can be reduced and the positive reaction of ..
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How to convert (negative) thoughts, negative patterns into positive ones

A card to make children aware of helpful (positive) and non-helpful thoughts (negative) they have. Children can write or draw the situation in the boxes and add the thoughts they had at that moment. By giving children an insight into their thoughts and by teaching them that they can influence their thoughts and feeling, you can stimulate children to convert (negative) acquired behaviour and negative patterns into positive ones.

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