That One Kid

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As a teacher, I used strategies in the classroom to help distracted students pay attention. I sang, rang a bell, even stood on my chair, occasionally, to get their attention. And as a mom, I use similar strategies at home. I praise and reprimand my kids hoping that their siblings will also get the hint: “I really like the way Josh let everyone else go first…” I put my hand on my daughter’s shoulder to silently remind her to say thank you to her grandparents. And to really make a point , I take away iPads, car keys, screen time, I give extra chores…

But there is always that one kid. You know the one… 

To read the rest, click on over to Meredith Bernard’s site where I’m honored to be a guest writer today.  

And I’d love it if you would leave a comment there to let me know that you stopped by. Thanks!

Click HERE to get there…

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