Jacquie McTaggart Quotes Page 2

"Just as a house needs a foundation in order to stand firm, so does a person."
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All human beings react positively to praise. Jacquie McTaggart
"All human beings react positively to praise."

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Inspirational Quotes  |

"Mom needs to remember that honey catches more flies than vinegar does."

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Mother   |  

"Your child will be better prepared to tackle the bumps on the road of life if he has been given the gift of guided independence."

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Quotes about Life   |  

"And above all else, look for something in your child's work to praise - EVERY SINGLE DAY."

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Words of Encouragement   |

Kids model what they see more quickly and more effectively than what they hear. Jacquie McTaggart
"Kids model what they see more quickly and more effectively than what they hear."

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Example   |

"For as long as you live, your child is going to need your guidance and your direction."

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Children   |  

"We are partners by fate. We become friends by choice."

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Fate   |  

"Kids are happier, more relaxed, more creative and less stressed when scheduled activities are limited."

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Stress   |  

"Anytime you attempt to change a longstanding behavior, you may initially see a worsening of the behavior being targeted."

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Change   |  

Kids react positively when praise follows positive effort and earned progress. Jacquie McTaggart
"Kids react positively when praise follows positive effort and earned progress."

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Effort   |  

"To become emotionally mature, children must learn from failure and face the consequences of their poor choices. As parents, we must develop the courage to let it happen."

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Failure   |  

"Have realistic goals. It is extremely important that you understand what your child is capable of and expect his work to be consistent with his capabilities."

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Goals   |  

A child learns to love (or hate) school in kindergarten and first grade. During that time he forms attitudes about his own value as a person and his worth as a learner. Those attitudes will accompany him all the way through school and into adulthood.

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Attitude   |  

An adult's unsuccessful attempt to teach a child something that appears exceptionally simple is extremely frustrating. If mom begins to feel her tolerance level has reached the breaking point, she should stop the session - immediately. She might simply say that she is tired (no life), and suggest they work on it another time.

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Tolerance   |  

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