How To Be Good For Santa Behavioral Learning Kits help children have fun while building self-worth and life skills. Materials help strengthen and expand manners, good citizenship, social skills, knowing how to deal with bullying, conflict resolution and other life skills. Products included are flashcard sets, sticker book, activity books, and a picture book. The award winning materials are filled with hand illustrated water colored characters that share fun rhymes, exact words and actions to use, real life helpful tips, roll paying questions and more. In addition to coaching hundreds of individual proper behavior skills there is consistent messaging to “treat others as you want to be treated”, “just because others make mistakes is not a reason to act badly in return,” and “be good because it’s the right thing to do, not because Santa or anyone is watching or because you expect presents in return.” We live in a social society, people with social skills usually live a happier and higher quality of life. This kit is easy to use and helps guardians use positive reinforcement to help kids eagerly learn and use proper behaviors!
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“These sets are definitely educational.”
“I like the variety in the sets, which include flashcards that cover behavior topics such as cleaning up, helping others, writing thank you cards, how to deal with teasing and bullying and much more. The cards are meant to be used in fun ways such as playing memory games, role playing, charades etc. There is also a picture book that talks about how important it is to apologize when making a mistake. The set also includes activity books, behavior tracking charts, incentive stickers, goal planning worksheets and lesson plans. This set can be used by educators or caregivers (or both for consistency). The program uses positive reinforcement materials to focus on how children should behave, what to do, rather than what not to do.”
“I like that the materials are well made, colorful and filled with great positive reinforcement ideas for caregivers and educators to use with young (4-8 years old) children. I like that there is an emphasis on playing and enjoying the materials and not making the use of them a chore. The lessons are clear and developmentally appropriate.”
“I would recommend this for a new teacher (preschool-Kindergarten/1st grade) as a starter kit. I also think it would be good for a parent. I can see how helpful these kits can be.”