Talk about coloring me happy! This is it!!!
Just being able to wake up every morning…..
Open my eyes….tip-toe through the dark….BAM!!!
I can see colors! Wooohooooo…..Yyyyyes!
I could not imagine my life without my two hearts & souls that add rhythm to my own heartbeat…..the softness in the look of love in my mom’s eyes….
The lingering scents after a morning hug and kiss from my other half that trails with me all day….
Knowing that a gentle breeze….or a subtle sign is my dad (my guardian angel) saying hello from that beautiful place….
Seeing my sweet 1st graders imagination come to life…
I truly can’t get enough of that old soul’s happy-firecracker personality in my class….I’ll call him Ash…ha haaa!
Driving slowly to school and savoring and enjoying the ride to school as I reflect on the beauty of mother-nature.
Will happiness find me?
Oh yes! I am caught up in the rapture of the simplicity of life!
May the blessings be!
A little girl and her father were crossing a bridge. The father was kind of scared so he asked his little daughter, “Sweetheart, please hold my hand so that you don’t fall into the river.” The little girl said, “No, Dad, you hold my hand.” “What’s the difference?” Asked the puzzled father. “There’s a big difference,” replied the little girl. “If I hold your hand and something happens to me, chances are that I may let your hand go. But if you hold my hand, I know for sure that no matter what happens, you will never let my hand go.”
Moral : TRUST and RESPECT cannot be LEARNED, PURCHASED or ACQUIRED. They can only be EARNED..
A child’s feelings are more often than not displayed in their behavior.
While a child is angry they may smash their toys, yell or pitch a fit. Children are not always appropriately vocal about their emotions but their actions are often louder than words.
Anger management for kids is obtainable and is useful in dealing with a child’s troubles with rage. Teaching these skills may necessitate a little research and experimenting.
There are books, movies and an abundance of useful information provided by sites on the Internet.
A child will not profit from an adult anger management support group, nor will they benefit from taking an adult-style anger management class.
Their minds are not established a sufficient amount to candidly talk about their feelings. In actuality they may not understand what’s happening themselves. A counselor cannot wait for a child to open up and tell them what is making them angry. This may never happen.
Teaching them positive morals and tolerable conduct through a variety of games would be a great deal more successful than a one-on-on session with an anger management counselor.
Providing them with worksheets, coloring pages, puzzles and quizzes would make the anger management lessons more appealing and pleasurable. Children can in reality be participating in a program without in fact realizing it. Anger management is a difficult idea to make clear to young children.
A child needs to become skilled at how to act properly in different situations.
The have to know that it is absolutely fine to be upset but they must as well comprehend that this anger must not be used in a negative manner.
Teaching kids anger management skills near the beginning of life will provide building blocks for their future. Through repetitious activities and practices, kids will eventually learn anger management techniques.
Dealing with children who have anger problems is challenging and requires thought and imagination.
A child’s mind is as a rule not developed sufficiently enough to deal with intense feelings such as anger.
Children are not equipped to clarify their feelings. In order to create anger management programs that will help children, the individual needs to recognize how a child’s mind works, as well as what interests them and use this knowledge to develop an effective anger management program for children. Children are familiar with worksheets, coloring pages and puzzles. These kind of activities are used every day in the school setting so incorporating anger management lessons into these activities makes sense. These worksheets can be made fun and interesting. These worksheets can teach techniques and strategies for controlling anger in such a way that children will comprehend and react to. Using well-known situations in coloring pages or related words in puzzles may help a child to deal with anger issues without making the situation complicated.
Children love playing games. In addition to using worksheets, it might be helpful to include games into a children’s anger management program. Designing activities that include role-playing may help children to realize that they can not always be the center of attention.
Anger management for children can be taught in all sorts of ways that will be both productive as well as enjoyable. Listing different possibilities for their anger and having them read over them to see which statements apply to them might be beneficial in treating kids with anger issues.
Simple sentences, using everyday dilemmas that a child may encounter could be used in these anger management worksheets. Children may not even realize the reason for these worksheets yet they may be providing relevant information that can help in treatment of the problem.
I truly love this quote!
It gives me a good feeling! “Don’t worry….be happy!”
Any other Mom’s out there feeling the same way today?