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Motivating Kids to Learn

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay Motivating Kids to Learn Olivia spends most of every school day sniffing her desk rather than completing assignments. Carson takes twenty-seven trips back and forth from the pencil… continue reading »

Listening Means Love

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay Listening Means Love There are many sources of stress, anxiety, and fear for our kids these days, such as having limited access to their friends, attending classes online… continue reading »

To Protect or Not To Protect: That is the Question

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay To Protect or Not To Protect: That is the Question     Some people say, “Kids these days are wimps!” We hear it again and again in the… continue reading »

Helping Kids Stay Safe in a Dangerous World

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay Helping Kids Stay Safe in a Dangerous World Even though the pandemic has been constantly on our minds for the past year, there are still many other risks… continue reading »

Boredom Can Be a Good Thing!

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay Boredom Can Be a Good Thing! With our kids stuck at home and many of their extracurricular activities curtailed, you might have heard the following: “This is boring!”… continue reading »

PARENTING DURING THE PANDEMIC!

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay PARENTING DURING THE PANDEMIC! The pandemic has created the need for many resources to be delivered remotely. Several years ago, we developed a webinar version of our parenting… continue reading »

Slaying the Beast of Entitlement

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay Slaying the Beast of Entitlement Have you seen kids who believe that they are entitled to all of the perks of success without having to exert a single… continue reading »

EMPATHY IS MESSY!

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay EMPATHY IS MESSY! Those who understand Love and Logic know that sincere empathy is the cornerstone upon which the entire house is built. It’s the gift that allows… continue reading »

KIDS AT HOME ALL DAY LONG!

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Jim Fay KIDS AT HOME ALL DAY LONG! With the kids home all day due to the COVID-19 pandemic, now might be a good time to take a tip from the… continue reading »

WE WISH KIDS WOULD ALWAYS BE KIND

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their contributors, Jedd Hafer.     WE WISH KIDS WOULD ALWAYS BE KIND In Love and Logic, we often separate the things we CAN control from the things we WISH we could control…. continue reading »