This fun, colorful nine-page instant download not only outlines your child's unique personality but offers recommendations on how to implement the tools in everyday life. It gives you insight into what your Beaver needs in certain situations and how to navigate common daily challenges at school and home.
- Use throughout the ages and stages - This guide is perfect for kids of all ages! Whether they're young or older teens, they'll find value in understanding their own uniqueness as well as others around them. As they grow older, they’ll discover new aspects of themselves since the last time they read it!
(We've had many parents tell us that their kids go back through these guides every few years.) Your kiddo will feel known and loved, especially reading it together with you!
School & Learning Help:
Some parents face the hard reality of being left in the dark on how to help their kiddo learn best. Let's get some light shed on this! In this section, you’ll learn...
- Your Beaver's learning style – whether they need more hands-on opportunities or if they’re more of an independent learner.
- Instructional methods they may prefer like role-playing or reading together.
- Discover which assignments and activities will be effortless and which will require more of their energy and focus.
Ways to Connect and Encourage:
When we know our kiddos, we learn who they are and how to love them. It's out of this knowing that a positive parent-child relationship is nurtured and developed. In this section, we give you tools to connect to your kiddo's heart in a meaningful way.
Challenges in Parenting & Teaching:
Filled with strategies on how you can effectively see the need behind the behavior, and helpful techniques to deal with common frustrations with your Beaver's personality type.
Advice From Adult Beavers:
Insights from adult children, trying to guide parenting your kid more easily and effectively for you! Hear advice from the grown-ups, of the same personality as your kid, what they wish their parents would have understood about them or done differently when they were young.
One example, Ellen from Washington, says, "Less pressure. We are already overachievers. No one judges us more than we judge ourselves. Listen. Accept. Support. Also, no pop-up questions! No surprises. We need time to think it through. Don't throw a big party unless they are ok with it. Let them have time to explain things, and don't ever rush. ALWAYS listen!"