Finding ways to motivate your children to make healthy decisions can be tricky. Threatening to take away screen/play time can be an effective strategy, but does encourage good choices out of fear rather than genuine interest. Luckily, recent psychological research highlights a new way to approach this problem using something innate in all children.
During this challenging time, how can we lead, teach and build character that will be a silver lining for our families during this time?
Four strategies to raising a compassionate child with the first being to embody the compassion you want to pass on.
It’s inevitable that your child will differ in one form or another from the ideal you had in your head. With that in mind, here are 5 tips for accepting your kids for who they are and embracing their uniqueness.
Anxiety is on the rise among our youth partly due to technology. Check out these 5 Parental Tips for Managing Technology Anxiety!
Being grateful is one of the best qualities a person can have. Every parent hopes that their child will grow up to be this way. When children are raised to be grateful, they become more thoughtful, empathetic and polite towards other people. Follow these useful tips to help your child become more grateful.
Inside Out Club DuPage is on a mission to develop kids with character inside and out; children living by values founded in acceptance, curiosity, collaboration, empathy, gratitude, kindness, perseverance and self-awareness who have a desire to help others, the...
As our annual Inside Out Club Fall Family 5K is approaching, I’ve been thinking a lot about family-friendly volunteering. Running or walking for a great cause is a simple, meaningful way to involve your kids in giving back – especially your youngest - but the...
With these tips in mind, you are now in a great position to facilitate your child’s SEL.
The fact is that kids love to learn from other kids! Take a moment to share these acts of kindness by kids with your kiddos and empower them to be kind.