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Allison shares how Kidtelligent gave her a better understanding of her daughter

Posted in Guest Mom, Mothers Perspective, Web Connections on April 29th, 2013 by kidtelligent@gmail.com – Be the first to comment

Allison is a Kidtelligent parent who used the Kidtelligent system to get a better understanding of how to parent her daughter. Allison’s daughter tended to have attributes more like her father than herself. Interestingly, Allison was able to better understand her husband in the process!

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How can Kidtelligent help your children succeed?

Posted in Barnaby's Video Spotlight, General, Kidtelligent on April 19th, 2013 by kidtelligent@gmail.com – Be the first to comment

Staying Calm When Your Child Acts Up

Posted in General, Guest Mom, Kidtelligent, Mothers Perspective on April 12th, 2013 by kidtelligent@gmail.com – Be the first to comment

police-girlAlthough there are days when your child may be pushing all of your buttons and you feel as though your reactions are beyond your control, it truly is a daily (or perhaps even moment to moment) choice not to yell, to stay calm, to choose love, and to parent positively.   Even still, all parents get angry at their children.  Anger is a type of message, in and of itself is not necessarily a problem, except that in the heat of the moment it is difficult to see the situation for what it is and react thoughtfully to it.  In the blog post “How can you stay cool when your kid acts up?” by Dr. Laura Markham at ahaparenting.com  she highlights five tips for staying level-headed when your child is acting up:

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Spring Break Games

Posted in General, Jane Kise, Kidtelligent, Web Connections on April 1st, 2013 by kidtelligent@gmail.com – Be the first to comment

mom-son-making- cookiesAh, spring break. If you aren’t going out of town and aren’t signing your kids up for a week-long day camp, here are a few ideas beyond field trips and play dates (both of which are great ideas in themselves, incidentally!)

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