The Parenting Cards

Parenting cards

The Parenting Cards

With only seconds of prep time, and only 10 minutes of teaching Virtues each day, you will be surprised how fast your whole family will learn to choose and use Virtue!

-Simply choose one of 13 Parenting Cards to work on each week. The order you teach them in is up to you.

-Use the demonstrations listed on the back to help your children get some practice using the Virtue. Look for opportunities to reinforce this Virtue all week long in everyday life moments as well as books, Bible stories, and crafts.

-When you have finished with each card, start over again and build a deeper understanding.

-Note: If you have older kids, allow them to teach Virtues to the younger ones. It is simply inspiring to see!

My Opinion:

Although my family and I are not overly religious, I have found that these parenting cards are helpful in overcoming many parenting issues that we face today.

Many of us deal with a begger, a pouter or whiner… a child that feels that their “entitled” to something, even when their behavior hasn’t warranted a treat.

Using these cards to teach morals or virtues to my children, it has been a more enjoyable household.  My oldest loves to use them to teach her younger brother and sister that it’s not okay to act out at the store, or that we should be thankful for the things that we have instead of always wanting what we can’t have.

It really has taught my children that they may not have everything that they want, but they do have everything that they need.  It has started to make them think a little before they act, as they are beginning to know what Mom really expects.

This product was received complimentary for my personal use and enjoyment and an honest and unbiased review. Regardless, all opinions and experiences expressed are my own, and I only recommend products that I feel will greatly benefit Mean Mommy Magic’s readers.

Comments

  1. Chastity harrell says:

    Love this. My husband and I can always learn a lil more on our parenting skills. And an added plus… Kids= virtues?? Is a slacking skill these days

  2. yessi tapia says:

    These are cute. Definitely something I’d be interested in

  3. These are really cute,something to look into!

  4. DeLena McCloud says:

    I so am getting this!

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