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Saturday, February 16, 2013


Progress cards could be your answer.
Specific ways to feel better (Learn to manage and express anger, fears, jealousy, sadness...)
Effective (Learn how to get better grades, make money, get stronger, improve self-confidence...)
Proven (Learn how to get stronger, have more friends, get along better with siblings...)
Realistic suggestions (Learn to deal with divorce, bullies, testing, death of a loved one...)
Simple to follow and implement (Daily homework, morning, bedtime routines...)
Successful tips for 70 areas (Behavior, manners, shyness, focus better, study skills...)
Download instantly once purchased! (Link is active to download and print.)
All Progress Cards can be reproduced, but they can not be altered or sold in any way. The copyright and website information must be included on each Progress Card. You may include Progress Cards in your school and class newsletters. Also, you may add a link to on your class and school websites, but please do not post specific Progress Cards on your class or school websites. Your licensing agreement only allows you to print them for others and not to share them on the Internet.
Most Progress Cards have 2 sides.
The front side provides specific skills to choose from for improving a specific behavior.
The reverse side has bubbles for children to check off when they practice.
                                  My review.
I wanted to review the progress card for my daughter brea. since brea has went into kindergarten she has became a little bossy and tends to ignore what i say and bullys her sister and talks back. I thought it would be a great idea to try the progress cards out with brea. i showed her the set of cards we got to try out. she thought it was a really cool idea. so we have been using the progress cards for over a month now and they are really working. brea likes to show me she can do what i ask of her. she likes to get the reward cards as well. she saves her reward cards to use on the week end. i thought that was a really good idea of her. i would recomend the progress cards to all parents. they are awesome and do work. head over and check out the progressive cards. you can even download a free parents book right here or you can download all 60 cards for free to print out right here.
disclaimer: i did recieve a sample product to try out. i wasnt compensated in any other way for this review. these are all my own opinions

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