Our founder, Amber Scotchburn, wrote a guest post on Maman Loup’s Blog as her child was starting kindergarten and she wasn’t sure what to do! Read more about how to help your child start their schooling adventure on the right foot! Click on the image to get to the blog post!
Specific Parent-Teacher Conference Questions The “you” in these questions refers to the teacher. The “you” in the explanation below the question refers to you as the parent. 1. “Can you explain the breakdown of my child’s current assessment?” -You will want to ensure that you are being honest about where your child is at in their home life …
Are lunches are a major source of arguments, worry, stress or heartache in your house? Lunch Funnies Friday’s lunch is a collection of all the scraps that my child hasn’t eaten from the last week. My child was jealous about other kids getting notes in their lunches, so I put one in his: “Sorry, I ate your pudding. Love, Mom.” “Kids, do you …
It’s important to realize that not to get stuck in the past or caught up in the future; you miss the precious moments that make up our lives! Human nature is unappreciative of what is in the moment as we are conditioned to have attachments to things in the past and to focus on what we desire in the future.
A gratitude journal is a diary of things for which one is grateful for. Gratitude journals are used by individuals who wish to focus their attention on the positive things in their lives. Our current beliefs and habits result from our repeated thoughts. If our child wasn’t able to come up with something they are grateful for because they are …
Do you think of yourself as wealthy? Do you tell your children that you are wealthy? What if you looked at defining wealth differently? Listen to the podcast.
Allowance gives you the opportunity to show your children how to manage money. Allowance in our house is divided into four categories: savings, spending, investment and giving back.
Less than 31% of children between the ages of 12-18 receive financial literacy information at school and only 1% of parents say their kids save anything from their allowance. Wow! We are sending our children off into the world completely ignorant about money. Teach your children how to have a prosperous, success-ready money mindset.
A key factor to raising successful children is the thoughts that we ingrain in our children from a very young age about money. See if some of these resonate with you, perhaps you heard them when you were a child and/or perhaps you say them to your children now.
Sometimes parents get so caught up in giving to their children that they miss what power they do have. It is important to understand the difference between a parental obligation and a privilege.