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Melitsa Avila
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"Project work can really test the limits of modern families. We all tackle projects differently and each child is no different.

Do you have a cram it all in at the last minute, stay up late child?

Do you have a start strong and get sidetracked with the colours and font child?

Chances are however your child tackles project work it’s different to you and when you need to work together to go buy the things or what to say to Grandpa on the phone it’s not unusual for things to get heated."

Handling project work in your family. How does it work?

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Got school age children? There's a FB group for you if you want to think and do differently #familyculture http://buff.ly/2m3Tus8

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Do you let your children take low risks to build up to taking these other risks as they get older?


Need some help to get started?

http://buff.ly/2kQxmQf
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Facebook groups for school-aged parents that compliment their lifestyles

Who would you add?

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10 Questions to ask your child instead of “What was your grade?”
+ printable


Alternative questions to asking just about grades all the time. It is easy to fall into the trap of asking about grades first and never getting to the other questions.
http://buff.ly/2ldEcmc
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Raising Playful Tots is a place where mothers can safely explore a slower, simpler and playful lifestyle so they can get to the heart of what their family needs to thrive both now and in the years come.

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You want a calmer more peaceful family life?

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Cooperating as a unit is hard when everyone in the family does such independent things that depend on each other.

Here's how you can nurture all these systems so ONE person doesn't derail everyone

Great for school aged families

http://buff.ly/2m3YuNJ
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Raising Playful Tots is a place where mothers can safely explore a slower, simpler and playful lifestyle so they can get to the heart of what their family needs to thrive both now and in the years come.
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