Inside: Use these Love Language Coupons to connect with your kids in quick but meaningful ways that prove your love to them.
We want to connect with our kids.
We know connection is everything when it comes to building relationships with our kids in meaningful ways.
Connecting with each of our kids has proven to help reduce sibling rivalry and jealousy.
Connecting with our kids helps bully proof them and helps them when they’ve been bullied to emotionally protect them.
And connecting with our kids is the fastest way to improve their behavior and determine how kind they are to us and to others.
But even if we know connection is crucial, it can be hard to remember to pause the day-to-day craziness of our lives and connect with our kids in a meaningful way so our they know they are loved and valued members of our family.
To make it easy, we turn to Gary Chapman’s Love Languages.
Knowing how the people in your life want to be loved allows you to connect quicker and in more meaningful ways. Of course, it works with spouses, but it’s equally as powerful to know our kids’ Love Languages.
And once we know how they want to be loved by us, we can use these Love Language Coupons to make it more fun, easier, and even more meaningful.
How to Determine Your Kids’ Love Languages
When we take the time to determine our kids’ Love Languages, we’re able to connect with them in more meaningful ways. Plus, it takes a fraction of the time.
If we use the correct Love Langauge for our kids, we will prove our love to our kids in a way that means the most to them.
You can go to Gary Chapman’s website to take a quiz to determine your child’s Love Language.
But because kids often show love the way they wish to receive love, you can also use this to figure it out and determine which kinds of activities would be most meaningful to them.
You can get a printable version of this here.
Once you know their Love Language, you can then use these Love Language Coupons to remember to connect with them and “speak” their language so they feel loved and connected to you more often.
What’s Included in the Love Language Coupons
Inside the Bundle, you’ll get 5 Printable Love Language Coupons for the 5 Love Languages:
- Physical Touch
- Acts of Service
- Quality Time
- Gift Giving
- Words of Affirmation
How to Use These Love Language Coupons:
You can use any of these Love Language Coupons for any of your children, but if you match up their Love Language with the type of coupon, they’ll appreciate it all the more and it will really “speak” to them.
1. Physical Touch
If your child’s love language is Physical Touch, use the Touch of Love Coupons.
Choose one of the coupons, cut it out and give it to your child, along with the type of touch on the coupon.
These coupons would 100% be preferred by my youngest daughter who loves snuggling, sitting on laps and holding hands.
You can also give your child all the coupons at once and they can give you the coupon they want to redeem.
2. Acts of Service
If acts of service are your child’s love language, every once in a while, cut out one of the coupons and do the chore on the list for them.
Helping each other with chores is often something we encourage our kids to do for each other, but I also love to help them do them once in a while, even if they don’t need the help.
I snuck into my daughter’s room and made her bed for her, leaving the Love Language Coupon on her bed as a nice surprise so she had a day off from a chore she doesn’t like.
3. Quality Time
I love spending quality time with each of my kids so we often go on “dates” together. But sometimes when you can’t get away, just having time together doing what they love is important to kids whose Love Language is quality time.
You can cut out a Quality Time coupon and give it to your kids or you can give them all and let them redeem the coupon when they are craving some extra quality time with you.
4. Gift Giving
All kids love getting gifts, big or small. But for kids whose Love Language is gift giving, they find these gifts to be a proof of your love. It reminds them you thought of them and took the time to give them something you knew they would love.
It can be a small note or a small gift you find or their favorite dessert you grab at the grocery store.
My son loves jelly beans and he really loves Starburst jelly beans, so when I found these jumbo ones, I knew he would absolutely be excited to get them.
5. Words of Affirmation
Most kids love to hear and read kind words said about them. But these notes are extra meaningful for kids whose Love Language is Words of Affirmation.
So you can print these heart notecards and write a quick note to your child praising them for their hard work, or their kindness or to just tell them you’re proud of them and love them.
Ready to get these Love Language Coupons for your Family?
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