How To Be Good For Santa, Inc. Addresses Bullying!
Helpful Tips For Bullying
How To Be Good For Santa, Inc.‘s positive reinforcement behavior education materials coach important actions for when your children see or experience bullying: “A) always protect yourself, B) leave the area safely and quickly, C) tell a trusted adult, and do not to say mean things back to a bully because this could make the situation worse not better.”
Behavior education is supposed to be taught at home, however most parents and other guardians are not professional behavioral specialists and do not have the capabilities to design wonderfully illustrated and skillfully authored positive reinforcement behavior educational materials that resonate with children. How To Be Good For Santa, Inc. expertly solves these issues.
In addition to giving the gift of knowledge for how to deal with bullying, materials promote intellectual and personal growth while drawing universal truths about manners, social etiquette, good citizenship, and other life skills with the goal of strengthening and expanding positive proper social behavior for children in family, academic, recreational, community, and other settings. Materials use fun animal characters so they can be used year round.
There are over 65 animal characters integrated into goal planning and behavior tracking worksheets, custom gold star reward stickers, behavior education flashcards, interactive activity books, picture books, and other educational materials.
“We live in a social society, persons with strong relationship skills have advantages in life. What better way to invest time, efforts, and money than helping children build life skills and self worth. Visit our website and view our How To Be Good For Santa, Inc. Video for more details.” Jordan T. Weiner loving father/co-founder How To Be Good For Santa, Inc.
There are free goal planning worksheets and behavior tracking charts available via downloads.
There are also free personalized letters from Santa & Santa’s Nice List also available via downloads.
The business idea originated with Lauren Alexa Weiner when she was only 7 years old. Read more about How To Be Good For Santa, Inc. on their About Us page. They are trying to make a positive difference one child at a time.
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