Help Your Kids Make New Year's Resolutions: 8 Kid-friendly Suggestions Parents Will Love by Jill Ceder, LMSW, JD

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3 years ago
Help Your Kids Make New Year's Resolutions: 8 Kid-friendly Suggestions Parents Will Love

New year's resolutions aren't just for adults. Help your kids make resolutions this year. Some social and behavior goals you might want to consider discussing with your little one include: 

  • trying new foods
  • getting along better with siblings
  • managing frustration using language and not tantrums
  • not tattling on friends or siblings
  • being a good helper when Mom or Dad ask
  • to stop lying
  • cleaning up room
  • doing chores without being asked by Mom or Dad

What resolutions will your kids make this year?

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Great suggestions, Jill Ceder, LMSW, JD! Never too early to start kids on the path to making positive change!
Bri Montoya
I manage a Facebook page for foster parents in my county, this will be a great piece to share on our page! Thanks!

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