Poffer and the poff's will guide children of all ages toward
positive behavior by developing emotional literacy skills (EQ)
(pre-k -early teen)
Sometimes as parents we may feel more like referees trying to stop or manage challenging behaviors. This common approach to discipline, and attempt to change behavior, is not effective because we are not looking at "why" the behavior is happening in the first place!
Learn why your children behave the way they do, and how to help them change their behavior for the best!
pff is the missing piece to the parenting puzzle and secret to developing your child's behavior for the best.
The missing piece is... understanding that the feelings our children have play a key role in how they behave.
Children behave because of the way they feel and when you give them practical techniques to deal with powerful feelings, they can be successful!
Poffer the wise pocket full of feelings owl, will show you kids how to deal positively with feelings in order to transform their behavior.
In order to change behavior, kids must learn how to positively deal with their everyday feelings!
Pff's 15 feeling poff cards, will give your kids the ability to identify and define their feelings by making them touchable and real!
Your kids will love Poffer and the poffs and have so much fun as they learn an important life skill — managing their emotions!
pff is fun, effective and as easy as 1,2,3! In 3 simple steps, pff will give children the ability to:
Preparing children emotionally is quite possibly one of the greatest gifts you can give your kids for a happy and successful life!
Just like reading literacy, emotional literacy is a key element to a child's overall success. Pff is an effective and unique approach that will teach children the abc's of their emotions and improve behavior as a result!
Pff is brought to you by Dr. Ann Corwin, who has been working with children and families for over 35 years to strengthen and problem solve, and Karin Lombardo, a mom who has experienced first hand the benefits of raising emotional literate children.