Did you know that Over 40% of all children lack self-regulation (the life skill that attributes to lifelong success.) And all kids benefit from having access to knowledge about the way their brains and emotions work.
Surprisingly many of the behaviors you see that frustrate you or bewilder you are directly connected to your child’s emotions.
Have you ever wished you could understand your kids better? Your kid seems a little “too sensitive” or maybe your child is “too aggressive” without warning.
This simple, one-page cheat sheet is a great way to get the conversation started between parents, kids, and teachers about our big emotions and how they play a huge role in our behaviors and everyday choices.
I believe teaching children to recognize and regulate their emotions is the key to life-long success.
We can start today with this simple guide to understanding the emotions behind the behaviors that leave us so confused.
Now, you can get your FREE printable behavior cheatsheet! This simple cheat sheet is a great way to get a better understanding sensitive, over-reactive or worried behaviors and gives you a clear and easy way to share the information with others.
If you are looking for more information on what to say to calm your worried child, we’ve got you covered there too.
Click here to read how to respond to an anxious child.
Click here to read how to respond to an angry child.
If you like this freebie, you are in luck because I have more great stuff coming your way in this free series on understanding behaviors.
Next time, we will learn how to identify and track one behavior so we can find patterns and get to the root of the problem causing the behaviors causing turmoil in your family. Be sure to be on the lookout for that freebie in two days.