Where and when does a child’s education begin? | Podcast Episode 277

Do you tend to think along the lines of “I don’t need to worry about teaching… that will be taken care of when my child starts school”?

I want to push back on that idea today. Because the opposite side of this coin is “I am not a teacher and what I do here at home does not matter.”

What we do at home really and truly matters.

And today, we’re talking about 3 ways you can take advantage of this.

In this week’s Parent News segment: We consider the Parent Police… anyone who disparages our personal and family choices.

Join us!

Go to weturnedoutokay.com/277 for:

  • A cheat sheet on the 3 ways to utilize this idea, “learning begins in the home”
  • The link to our We Turned Out Okay Facebook group, where I do a Facebook live each Monday morning and this week I’m sharing a useful way to view, or think about, our children
  • The video of the week: “Where and when does my child’s education begin?”

And thank you so much for listening!

Temper Tantrums and Potty Training:

Today I share about two helpful free guides I offer.
While the podcast is long-form – your opportunity to look into the mind of a child development expert – the free guides are super quick.

You can watch the video, read the checklist, and immediately handle the temper tantrums or get started with potty training (depending on which guide you choose : )

  • Click here for the FREE video and checklist to handle every temper tantrum
  • Click here for the FREE video and checklist to successfully potty train your child
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What part do goals and milestones play in your child’s education? Podcast episode 241

To wrap up our Back-to-School Bootcamp series we take a look today at milestones, guidelines, and goals in our kids’ education.

How important is it to have a 20,000-foot view of a young child’s life?
What kind of goals should you set, and what kind of milestones should you look for?

That’s what today’s episode is all about.

Go to weturnedoutokay.com/241 for notes to this episode…

Sign up for the upcoming Streamline Your Mornings challenge by clicking here: weturnedoutokay.com/streamline!

And click here for an advanced chapter of my forthcoming book, Your Child Explained Volume 1… 

And thank you so much for listening!

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A parent’s role in education: 3 critical actions to take so your child can thrive (Podcast Episode 240)

Need help with your reluctant reader? Click here for our concise roadmap to helping your child love reading.

Glad you are here for Module 3 of our Back-to-School Bootcamp!

Today we follow up on last week’s discussion of what to do about school or childcare problems, so listen back to that one if you’re wondering “how do I handle THIS?”

Many of us wonder “what is my role in my child’s education, how can I best help?” I’ve got three crucial actions you must take so your child can thrive!

Go to weturnedoutokay.com/240 for more on these 3 steps, help getting your child to love reading, and links to back episodes of everything…

And thank you so much for listening!

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Handling school and childcare problems with 3 key steps (Podcast Episode 239)

Need help with your reluctant reader? Click here for our concise roadmap to helping your child love reading.

Glad you are here for Module 2 of our Back-to-School Boot camp!

Today we follow up on last week’s determination of readiness, so listen back to that one if you’re wondering “is my child ready for this?”

Problems can crop up whether your child is “ready” for this step or not, so I’ve got three crucial steps you need to take to handle challenges!

Go to weturnedoutokay.com/239 for more on these 3 steps, help getting your child to love reading, and links to back episodes of everything…

And thank you so much for listening!

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“Is my child ready?” – 3 ways to know if your child is ready for back-to-school (Podcast Episode 238)

We’ve got a great August coming up for you,

a whole series of new episodes on overcoming the perils of back-to-school!

Starting with today’s episode, in which I share three ways to know if your child is ready – for preschool, for kindergarten, for first or second grade, for relocating to a new school… You name it and we cover it in this episode.

If, after you listen, you’re thinking “maybe my kid ISN’T ready for this…” Hang onto your hats for next week. That is when we will discuss what to do if you’re not sure your child is ready for whatever’s in store!

Go to weturnedoutokay.com/238 for help getting your child to love reading, to take my survey on your biggest back-to-school challenge, and links to back episodes of everything…

And thank you so much for listening!

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