After you join you will:
MYTH: Some kids are kind and some are not.
FACT: Kindness is a learned behavior. You can teach your kids to be kind if you use specific strategies designed to make kindness a habit.
You can feel empowered and confident rather than embarrassed, fed up and frustrated.
Your family can have a calmer, happier, more peaceful home and you can feel calmer, happier and more peaceful when you use the proven strategies and resources in The Raising Kind Kids Movement because it sets your kids up for success: to speak and act with kindness more often…with less refereeing and reminders from you!
You can intentionally teach, foster and encourage your kids to be kind, thoughtful, generous, and helpful by using specific strategies and resources you will have access to in The Raising Kind Kids Movement.
All you have to do is join.
*You want your kids to be kind but you have no clue where to even start
* You want your kids to have positive and strong sibling relationships so they like spending time together
*You want less squabbles, less fights, taunts, bickering, teasing and meanness
*You need ideas that fit into the “cracks” of your already busy day
*You want to referee and regulate their behavior less
* You want to help your kids deal with unkindness in healthy ways
* You don’t want your kind kid to get taken advantage of by mean kids
*You want your child to be surrounded by positive role models and good friends and positive peer pressure
*You think it’s our social duty to be kind to others and make the world a kinder place
Nicole is the creator of Coffee and Carpool: Raising Kind Kids, The Kind Kids Movement and is a mom to three kids.
She’s a recovering elementary school teacher, a speaker & author, and mostly survives on strong coffee.
She has helped busy parents like you for years to intentionally raise kind kids so they become the best versions of themselves, build stronger family identities through meaningful connection, and create calmer, happier more peaceful homes.
In The Raising Kind Kids Movement, Nicole shares her expertise, real-life stories from her students, her kids, and other families, and more importantly, the tried and true strategies and resources you need if you want to raise kind kids too.
Myth: Mean kids will grow out of it when they grow up.
FACT: Mean kids become mean adults. If you want kind kids, you have to intentionally teach them how to speak and act with kindness NOW because if you don’t, the sibling squabbles will continue to escalate and cause irreprible damage to your family relationships.
Setting Our Kids Up for Success
The Basics: Everyday Kindness
Kindness at Home: Kind Siblings
The Meanness: Dealing with Unkindness
Positive Peer Interactions and Quality Friendships
Kindness is a Verb: Take Kindness Action
We 100% guarantee if you implement the strategies and resources shared with you during the three months of access, you will see a significant improvement in your family's relationship and your children's kindness.
But, if you're not 100% confident in what to do to raise your kids to speak and act with kindness more often with less reminders from you, you can cancel at any time.
You can be confident these strategies will work for you and your family.