The Consistent Parenting Method

Consistent Parenting Method – Mini Course
Consistent Parenting Method – Mini Course

Teaching our children to be confident, happy adults stems from how they are raised. There is no magic bean that helps. However, consistent routines, significantly less screen time, teaching self-talk will provide your children with tools and workable frameworks to be productive, thriving adults.

Module #1 – Prenatal
Module #1 – Prenatal

Congrats on your pregnancy! This course talks about everything, from body changes, learning self-talk and preparing you for change. Learn how to create an efficient nursery, budget, examine breastfeeding, bottle feeding, and examing your birth plan options. Dads always wonder what their role which is pretty easy, learn what it is.

A kegel video will also be included separately.

Module #2 – Postnatal
Module #2 – Postnatal

Congratulations you and your baby have arrived home safely. Learn options for sleeping arrangements, nursing/feeding techniques and routines, why baby groups are paramount to being happy and not feeling alone. Why sticking to a routine as best as you can will help, but remember to be flexible. Learn self talk to help with stress and how to cope with change. Practicing an exercise routine after birth is important to your health and the baby’s.

Learn what books, nursery rhymes babies like and help them to learn the English language. No phones or devices are permitted for this age, why the Canadian Paediatric Society making this guideline.

Module #3 – Toddler
Module #3 – Toddler

Wow, these little beans are talking and moving. Learn how to create a routine of outside time, cuddling time, and meals. This is a crucial phase of setting up routines for your children to be consistent. Children thrive in routines. learn why bonding and forming a secure attachment is key to their stabilizing their mental health.

Sleeping arrangments can still be tricky and may need to be reexamined. Food is fun to explore but control of where and when they eat is part of the consistent method. Potty Training is in a separate video learn the Cheerios Method. No screens are allowed during these ages.

Module #4 – Preschool
Module #4 – Preschool

Children are little sponges and like to be active in lessons or activities. Playing is how these little guys learn socialization skills, emotional, physical and academic development. How their choice for friends is more important than yours is very comforting to them. Learning school protocols and procedures help to encourage their use of self-talk and how they make decisions. Set up low screen time use is vital to their focus and overall health. How to choose a good preschool and why it is important to become involved at the school level.

Module #5 – Elementary
Module #5 – Elementary

Children in school thrive in routines. Learn how to work with their teachers will help them to succeed. Volunteering in the school or joining the Home and School is beneficial and not wasting your time. How to talk to their teacher and learn about the various approaches to stay on top of their learning without waiting for a report and it is too late. Include hanging out for this age after school. Organized sports, activities or clubs are pivotal to their social development. This stage is wanting more screen time and the new mental health guidelines state that 1 hour is the limit. Learn rules, boundaries, and protocols to follow in your household with phones. Bonding at bedtime builds their confidence and security this is a very important part of their development before high school.

Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 1
Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 1

This is where your foundations of routines pay off if you have followed the consistent parenting method. Bonding time with your children this stage will still be difficult but a little easier to manage. This is why the hard work needs to be put in from a young age but the bonding time is really a bonus. Setting clear, rules about phone use will keep moods and mental health issues down. Find time to hang out with your teen, one hour a day. Yes, each child or do it with other siblings, your children will be better behaved. Teens’ bodies change rapidly and this brain growth needs to be explained to them along with puberty and sex. Teaching your children about drug and alcohol use will help them make sound decisions. Learn strategies to talk with their teachers and how to know how they’re doing without seeing a report card when it is too late to make up a grade. Stay in touch with all of their teachers no matter if they know or not. Prepare them for university, make sure they learn these items so they can live on their own at university. Join a support group is always a good idea.

Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 2
Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 2

This is where your foundations of routines pay off if you have followed the consistent parenting method. Bonding time with your children this stage will still be difficult but a little easier to manage. This is why the hard work needs to be put in from a young age but the bonding time is really a bonus. Setting clear, rules about phone use will keep moods and mental health issues down. Find time to hang out with your teen, one hour a day. Yes, each child or do it with other siblings, your children will be better behaved. Teens’ bodies change rapidly and this brain growth needs to be explained to them along with puberty and sex. Teaching your children about drug and alcohol use will help them make sound decisions. Learn strategies to talk with their teachers and how to know how they’re doing without seeing a report card when it is too late to make up a grade. Stay in touch with all of their teachers no matter if they know or not. Prepare them for university, make sure they learn these items so they can live on their own at university. Join a support group is always a good idea.

Module #7 – University Part 1
Module #7 – University Part 1
Module #7 – University Part 2
Module #7 – University Part 2
Consistent Parenting Method – Mini Course
Consistent Parenting Method – Mini Course

Module #1 – Prenatal
Module #1 – Prenatal

Module #2 – Postnatal
Module #2 – Postnatal

Module #3 – Toddler
Module #3 – Toddler

Module #4 – Preschool
Module #4 – Preschool

Module #5 – Elementary
Module #5 – Elementary

Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 1
Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 1

Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 2
Module #6 – Tweens and Teens/Highschool Part 2

Module #7 – University Part 1
Module #7 – University Part 1

Module #7 – University Part 2
Module #7 – University Part 2