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Keep it Positive - Boost Kids' 
Motivation

Bad behavior is better changed by positive words. Encouraging phrases that don't put an emphasis on outward praise ("Your'e so smart" or "good job") but on the deed, can make a huge difference in a child's long term behavior. 

Here are some examples:

  • Your hard work really paid off

  • Thank you for cleaning your room, it makes a big difference

  • That good grade shows your hard work

  • Look at that progress!

  • Thank you for cooperating

  • You really worked that out in a positive way

  • You made my day for helping with dinner

  • We are a team when we work together

  • You make that look so easy

  • You seem to enjoy math so much

  • Saying please makes things go so much smoother

Just a minor adjustment in the way praise is phrased puts a huge smile on kids, which in turn keeps them motivated. Try it out with your kids and see the difference!

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