Parenting Made Practical Reviews

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Do you struggle with some areas of parenting?  If you said yes, Parenting Made Practical may be just what you need. The goal of Parenting Made Practical is to “Encourage and equip parents to practically raise obedient, respectful, and responsible children in today’s world.” They do this by offering parenting resources and the members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew were given the opportunity to use these tools in their homes and give their honest review.

Taming the Lecture Bug and Getting Your Kids to Think DVD
Taming the Lecture Bug is available in a book and DVD.  This resource teaches parents how to stop reminding, lecturing and threatening their children and instead how to get their children to own up to their own responsibilities and behaviors.

Why Can’t I Get My Kids to Behave?
Why Can’t I Get My Kids to Behave is a book that gives parents some ideas on how to get your children to obey what they are told and to do it with a good attitude.

What Every Child Should Know Along the Way
What Every Child Should Know book has some great tools to help parents learn what they can expect from their children at different ages in the area of manners, chores and responsibilities.

Navigating the Rapids of Parenting DVD
Navigating the Rapids of Parenting is a video that has some great advice on how to steer your children through the different stages they will encounter as they grow up. Life can get challenging for them and this video will help you guide them along the way.

Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate...What Works? DVD & Workbooks
Dating, Courting, and Choosing a Mate is a video that presents the differences between dating and courtship.  It gives some unique and biblical philosophies for teaching your teens how to be successful in a dating relationship.

The books are paperback, and the videos are offered in a download or DVD version.

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A big thank you to Betty of Let’s Get Real for writing this introductory post.

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