Three Vital Steps to Successful Routines

Routines are essential because predictability helps children (and adults) feel safe. When we feel safe, we’re willing and able to form relationships with others helping us solve problems and move […]

Parenting with Conscious Discipline

Some days, even the best parents feel at a loss for how to respond to a child’s behavior: the right words won’t come, the child won’t behave and there just […]

Teaching Conflict Resolution to Young Children

Conflict happens. And that’s an understatement—conflict occurs every day, all day long. Research shows that in Pre-K classrooms, 60 acts of intrusion occur per hour. Join Vicky Hepler, Conscious Discipline […]

COVID-19: Five Helpful Responses for Families

Helpful videos, articles, printables and podcasts that equip families and educators to navigate sheltering, learning and working from home. We’ve also expanded access to our most popular e-learning tools and […]

Four Tips for Successful Home Learning

Join Conscious Discipline Master Instructor Jill Molli for an overview of helpful structures to support a successful transition to learning. Families are reeling as adults and children are simultaneous adjusting […]

Weaving I Love You Rituals into the Day

I Love You Rituals are playful, one-on-one interactions that build loving connections while increasing attention span, decreasing power struggles and promoting language and literacy at school or at home. Kim […]

Social Story: Coronavirus Is a Big Word

In the wake of COVID-19, our normal way of life and our usual routines have been turned upside down. For children, these abrupt changes are especially confusing and scary, and […]

Why Can’t I Go to School? Social Story

To keep staff and students safe and minimize the spread of COVID-19, many schools around the world have closed their doors. For children, this abrupt disruption to routine can feel […]

Five Tips for Successful Home Learning

A few weeks ago, you guided children’s homework when they hit a rough spot. Today, you’re attempting to juggle the roles of lead teacher, guidance counselor and principal. Julie Ruffo, […]