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I love homeschooling my kids, but sometimes we get wrapped up in the mundane that we forget to be positive. During our days, I want to make more of an effort to praise my kids for a job well done. The problem is I run out of things to say. I plan on printing out this list and keeping it close by.
- You did a great job working independently by yourself.
- Thank you so much for helping your brother with his school work.
- When you’re finished, you can pick something for free time because you’re working so well by yourself.
- You are doing great working on that project and staying on task.
- Keep up the good work and you can pick our next field trip location.
- Don’t worry, you will get it in no time.
- Try not to be sad, you tried really hard.
- I liked how you worked so diligently on that project.
- You are really good at doing that, I’m so proud of you.
- Thank you for being awesome.
- Wow, you did this all by yourself? Amazing!
- I appreciate the thoughtfulness of what you just did.
- That’s okay! You tried so hard.
- Can you try to get through this? You’re a rockstar.
- I know you’re tired, let’s come back to this later.
- I can’t believe how talented you are in math.
- Thank you for showing your sibling how that worked.
- Wow, I couldn’t do this without you.
- Let’s talk through it. We can do this.
- Don’t worry about it, you tried your hardest.
- Hey, there’s always tomorrow.
- I couldn’t be prouder of you.
- You already know that? Wow, I’m impressed!
- I’ve never seen you work so hard at something, great job.
- You have a wild imagination and I love it.
- I love the way you think.
- Don’t worry, we have plenty of time to get this concept down.
- Don’t be hard on yourself, you will get this in no time.
- The way you have improved in your reading is mind-blowing.
- You used your time so wisely.
You no longer have to feel negative during your homeschooling day. You can reach for the positive and have a better day. Kids need to hear the good stuff each and every day. It’ll be a while before you run out of things to say to your kids during your homeschooling days.