At For Kids’ Sake, our goals are simple. We want to change the world. That’s all. We believe that if children are treated with dignity and respect, listened to and taken seriously, they will grow up treating others the same way.

At For Kids’ Sake, we provide parents and teachers with the latest information on child growth and development, focusing on effective and positive parenting and teaching strategies to support them in this vital job.

Helping parents and teachers replace the outdated, negative tools with positive techniques that empower children is our passion and our business. Each adult that makes the shift from punishing children to guiding children will change the world, one child at a time. Join the “kind yet firm” revolution with For Kids’ Sake!

Upcoming Events

april

3apr6:30 pm- 8:30 pmPositive Discipline: Talking So Kids Will Listen!

Event Details

Does your child seem selectively deaf at times? Do you hear yourself nagging? Do your kids occasionally whine? Do you find yourself using the DOG VOICE to be heard and taken seriously? Why can’t kids just listen and do it the first time we ask????

All parents want to be taken seriously when disciplining their children. Speaking so kids will listen to you (the first time!) is an important part of a positive discipline strategy.

Using the new brain science approach will help parents communicate successfully and positively.

Can parents enhance their communication and discipline tools, and talk so kids WILL listen? YES!

This workshop will discuss the latest in practical techniques and skills to help parents help their kids develop self-control and self-discipline.

 

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Time

(Monday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location

Water 2 Wine

3300 W Anderson Ln #304, Austin, TX 78757

Tickets

Price: $35.00

may

1may6:30 pm- 8:30 pmRaising an Optimistic Child

Event Details

The optimistic person sees the possibilities of life. Teaching children to challenge pessimistic thoughts can encourage them to build life-long resilience and immunize them against a depressive belief. Learning the skills of optimism can boost school performance, improve physical health, and help children develop self-reliance and effective problem- solving skills.

Brain science has made it very clear that the way kids see the world can be shifted to a positive, growth mindset. This mindset promotes a sense of positive self-esteem, independence, competency, creativity, and successful problem solving skills. Kids of all ages can shift their power from I Can’t to I CAN!

This workshop will present the new brain based approach to positive psychology that can change the way you and your children see the world. This whole child approach will help parents build happy and self-reliant kids with a growth mindset, who can approach challenges simply as a problem to be solved. What makes the difference between children that succeed and children that struggle in life? Optimism!

Join us!

Time

(Monday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Tickets

Price: $35.00

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