Encouraging Our Kids

How often do we tell our kids we are proud of them, how well they are doing or compliment them on how they are working. I ran across this list earlier and checked my self as I ran down them. On a daily note make a point to compliment them on anything, if you see them struggle help take their mind of their struggle for a period of time and encourage them boost them up so that when they go back to what they are struggling with they will be motivated to conqueor the problem and work it as well.

If you find that you are not encouraging on a daily baisis I encourage using a post it note someplace you are liable to be and remind you to make some sort of encouraging comment daily. Try it and see what a difference you will make in your childs life or any child for that matter… Great encouragers noted below:
Blessings All!

Encouraging Words

• Your skills are really improving; you’ve outdone yourself
today!
• How kind of you to share toys with your friend.
That’s very generous.
• You are taking such good care of your pet. He’s so
lucky to have you!
• Now THAT’S what I call a thorough job! Thanks for
picking up your toys.
• That’s a great effort; don’t worry about that small mistake.
• Keep at it; I know you’ll figure it out.How can I help?
• I love the sound of your voice.
• You are such a good learner! I’m impressed by your
concentration.
• I remember when you were first learning that. You’ve
come a long way.
• You’re so fun around the house; life would be boring
without you!
• What would I have done without you today? Thanks
for cleaning the house with me.
• Our car looks spic and span, you’re a real professional!
• Great job!
• I’m so proud to tell people I’m your mom (dad).
• You’ve really improved! That’s great!
• It’s wonderful to see you so happy with your
performance.
• I appreciate your attention to detail. You are one
sharp cookie.
• Your patience is commendable.Keep at it; I know
you’ll get it yet.
• I’ve never thought of it that way. How creative!
• You’re doing a great job of controlling your anger.
• You’re on the right track! That’s using your brain.
• You’ve put a lot of careful thought into that.
• Way to go! Excellent! Superb! Amazing! Fantastic!
• Hey, you’re getting the hang of it! Your practice is
really paying off.
• Now THAT’S an interesting point.Thanks for sharing
it.
• Your attitude is a very respectful attitude. I appreciate
that.
• You solved your problem; how clever!
• That is wonderful! Your confidence is really showing!
• How sensitive you are to your brother’s feelings.
• Your dependability makes life so much easier for me.
• I love your sense of humor.How do you think up
those jokes?
• You hang in there when the going gets tough. You’re a
strong person.
• Look how much progress you’ve made.You should be
proud.
• Hey, relax for a while; you deserve a break.
• What a good memory you have. That effort deserves a
high five!
• I really enjoyed your performance. No one could have
done it better.
• Keep trying; I know you can work this frustrating
problem out.
• How calm you were when you got that bad news.
You are really maturing.
• It’s a real gift to me when you do your chores without
being reminded.
• I have to hand it to you; you did exactly what you set
out to do.
• Congratulations, you can be proud of your achievement!
• I LOVE watching you grow up. You never cease to
amaze me.
• You are such an interesting person. I can’t imagine life
without you.

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