Enjoy FREE Activity Sheets
Five mindfulness activities for families to practice each week plus a bonus cut out. Enjoy introducing a growth mindset in your home.
For those of you coping with aggressive behaviours at home, on the playground or in daycare with your little one, you're going to want to tune in while we explore why kiddos might behave aggressively towards us or one another. This digital book simplifies the most challenging behaviours.
Countless parents have come to me for support toilet training their toddlers. In this brand new resource from Simply Kids, I share practical, simple solutions that make toilet training downright easy! Removing the pressure on families and replacing it with confidence.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a tool for creating happier, calmer minds. How often have you wished to be a calmer, more joyful parent? How often have you regretted an outburst or unjust decision because you were overwhelmed, frustrated and emotional? Change your habits, change your life through CBT.
The Mindful Playbook
Simply Kids’ #1 seller, The Mindful Playbook, provides lessons in mindfulness, interactive activities and family conversation starters. As you work through the playbook, you’ll find activity sheets to do with your child as well as conversation starters to open up positive communication towards growing mindful habits.
Simply Kids at Heart
Simply Kids was created by behaviour specialist, Stephanie Wicker, as an avenue of support for parents, families and early childhood educators. Our mission is to provide families with simple, sensible solutions to the challenges which may be interrupting their connection with their children, through home visits, parent coaching and practical online resources.
Challenging childhood behaviours like disobedience, defiance and aggression can trigger an emotional reaction in us as adults. When a person feels like they’re under attack, it leads to a defensive mindset which places a wedge between the adult and the child.
Our goal is to simplify why children do what they do and remove the wedge in the parent/child relationship during difficult behaviours. When we understand the purpose behind a child’s actions, we become more empathetic and reasonable. Children are not out to get us or make us feel bad - they are simply kids doing what their developing brains are supposed to do.
It’s up to us to take responsibility for guiding them through their early childhood with respect for them as equal human beings. We at Simply Kids are here to support families on this journey, from chaos to calm, happy families.