Do you consider intentionally raising kind kids to be an essential part of raising kids?
Do you want your kids to be the best versions of themselves?
Do you wish your kids:
- bickered less?
- spoke with less meanness in their voice?
- acted as if they liked each other and you?
- didn’t retaliate?
- thought about other people’s feelings before they spoke?
- helped without being asked?
- comforted others when sad or hurt?
- were mindful and considerate of others?
- followed the Golden Rule?
- spoke to themselves and about themselves with kindness?
- didn’t fight over the cup?
- didn’t need to name call or belittle their siblings?
- weren’t mean to be funny?
- didn’t laugh when someone gets hurt?
- had kinder friends to inspire them to be kinder?
Then you are in the right place.
And you need the brand new Raising Kind Kids Parenting Course.
What’s included in the 6 Week Long Course?
Week 1: The Groundwork: Setting Your Family up for Success
- What is kindness and what it is not and why we don’t want our kids to be nice
- How to make this work for your family and the kids in your family no matter their age
- Why kindness is crucial and how to teach your kids the why so they’re more intrinsically motivated to want to be kind
- Teaching kindness is not a one-time learning moment…we must put it on repeat
- The only 2 Family Rules you need to raise kind kids
- Ideas to create a strong family identity so your kids feel loved and respected so they are able to be kind
- How to raise helpers so our kids offer to be helpful
Week 2: The Basics: Everyday Kindness Strategies
- Talk to your kids about kindness even when you don’t know how to start
- Model kindness and compassion by doing SNEAKY Kindness
- Praise kindness so our kids are motivated to continue
- Teaching kids to be more mindful of others- THINK and the Golden Rule
- Teaching kids to be kind to yourself and using the Backwards Golden Rule
- Helping our kids to be funny without being mean
Week 3: Kindness at Home
- Respectful parenting so you’re kind to your kids
- 15 Things to ban to create a kind home
- Encourage kids to connect with their siblings so they want to be kind to their siblings
- Challenge kids to be kinder to each other with the Monthly Siblings Challenge and the Sibling Ice Cream Challenge
Week 4: Kind to Peers
- Teaching kids to be includers
- Being a good friend is a learned behavior and the one thing a real friend never says
- Being a good teammate even in a tough boy culture
- How to stand up to friends in a kind way because choosing what’s right is always kind
- Helping kids know when to walk away from unkind situations so they’re not a doormat
Week 5: The Mean Stuff: Prevent Unkindness
- How to respond when our kids are unkind to us and to their siblings
- Teaching our kids to be mad without being mean
- Is your child a Mean Girl or showing bullying behaviors- learn the signs so you can stop it
- The two words all kids must listen to prevent unkindness with no questions asked
- When and how to go back to the basics during unkind “dips”
Week 6: The Fun Stuff: Kindness in action
- How to find the just right ways to volunteer with kids
- Random Acts of Kindness activities for kids
- Challenge your kids to be kind with these fun ideas that will motivate kids of every age
- The one kind of elf your family needs to help inspire kindness
- Sweet ways to spread kindness during each of the 12 months
Your kids deserve that.
And so do you.
But the course is only open for a few days and is only open to 10 parents.
Then the doors close.