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Saturday, December 11, 2010

Progress Cards Review & Giveaway

GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED 
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ADELIA IS THE WINNER!





Over the years nothing about kids has changed, really!  Think about it.  Your kids are just like you were, dealing with feelings of worthlessness, struggling with selfishness, fearing many unknown challenges.  The difference may be in how each family deals with all these situations.  
I was given the opportunity to review Progress Cards.  These cards are tools to help your child deal with life situations.  He/She can evaluate themselves and then learn strategies to deal with difficult areas.  A wonderful, easy to use tool to encourage your child in their difficult areas.

Here is a description from the website:
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 60 areas: Behavior, manners, shyness, focus better, study skills...

    They  come in a PDF downloadable format.  
    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.
    The topics include boredom, divorce, friendship, homework, overcoming fears, sleeping better to name just a few.  

    Would you like to see for yourself?  You can view 2 free Progress Cards for Friendship skills and Sportsmanship tips by download at:
    Here's another freebie to check out: The Progress Book that you can download to help your children identify their current strengths and create goals they want to achieve.

    The Progress Book provides 60 different areas for children to rate themselves on a scale from 0-10. Some areas are strengths, while some are weaknesses. Children know what they need to do to improve some of the areas, but they need help in other areas. Some children can get excellent suggestions from friends, parents or teachers in some of the areas. Parents enjoy the convenience and confidentiality of purchasing and instantly downloading professional advice on common issues that children experience without having to take time to schedule an appointment with a school counselor or psychologist.
    One follower will win the complete set of Progress Cards ($34.99 value).  
    Mandatory entry: (each entry MUST have an email contact or will be deleted)
    MUST be a follower of For One Another via GFC or networked blogs or Twitter and comment who you feel these cards will benefit.
    Extra Entries:
    1.  Follow For One Another via networked blogs
    2.  Follow For One Another on Twitter
    3.  Tweet about this giveaway
    4.  Enter another giveaway on For One Another and tell me which one
    A winner will be drawn December 27, 2010 via random.org.  Winner will be notified and given 48 hours to respond.  If no response, an alternate winner will be chosen.


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    5 comments:

    1. GFC Follower. I'm a new teacher mentor; I feel these cards would profit the teachers I work with and the students they teach.

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    2. I entered Hidden Secrets DVD.

      bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    3. I find it a useful tool of motivation, and support for children

      Follow you on Twitter
      @admd080
      adaliadelcompar at gmail dot com

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    4. Follow you on Networked Blogs
      experiencias-adalia
      adaliadelcompar at gmail dot com

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    5. tweeted
      http://twitter.com/admd080/status/18850041489784833
      adaliadelcompar at gmail dot com

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