Podcast Solving Common Preschool Behavior ProblemsIn this podcast episode, Donna Reish (author of “Raising Kids With Character Parenting Seminar” and over forty curriculum books and blogger {Character Ink and Language Lady}) answers a reader’s questions about solving common preschool behavior problems.  This episode is  a sequel to last week’s handling of preschoolers who are unusually high need during the day, uncooperative, and somewhat bored. As usual, Donna begins with  two opening thoughts: (1) Taking behaviors (and your handling of them!) from gray to black and white and (2) Helping children learn to take responsibility for their behaviors.

Click here to listen to “Turning “Unusually” High-Need Preschoolers Into the Darling Angels They Were Meant to Be”

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My favorite tools to use with preschoolers:

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(1) Audios for younger children (olders enjoy too, but these can be used with two to three year olds also):

a.  The Pond audio stories
b.  Patch the Pirate (look for audio story ones, not just music ones)
c.   Jungle Jam audio stories
d.  Your Story Hour Bible stories (others are a little bit harder to comprehend/older themes)
e.  Adventures in Odyssey audio stories/radio dramas for four to six year olds and up (start with Bible ones as others can be scary/have mysteries, etc.)  Use Audios not videos to start with!
f. Best first chapter books on audios, the Boxcar Children


(2)  Wake up clocks for children

a.  Pre-made
b.  Do-It-Yourself



(3)  Tools and equipment for chores

a.  Safety knives
b.  Safety scissors
c.   Children’s cleaning tools
d.  Children’s garden tools
e.  Boogie Boards



Click on the images below to see full lists of chores you can teach your Toddler, Preschooler, and Pre K/Kindergartner!



Preschooler Preview 


Kindergartener Preview 






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