Kids Thoughts | Thoughts for Kids
Kids Thoughts | Kids Motivational Thoughts | 97 Positive Thoughts for Your Kids
Kids Thoughts | Kids Motivational Thoughts | Positive Thoughts for Your Kids
10 mothers sat in a coffee shop and talked about all the things they wanted for their kids.
The first mother said, "I wish I could give my kids lots of money so they could have everything they want and be financially free".
The second mother said, "I wish I could give my kids knowledge to help them succeed in life. Learning is the way to growth and knowledge is the key to success."
The third mother said, "I wish I could give my kids wonderful friends to keep them company for the rest of their lives".
The fourth mother said, "I wish I could give my kids strength to overcome all the difficulties in life".
The fifth mother said, "I wish I could give my kids compassion and kindness towards themselves and towards others, for compassion and kindness bring all people together and make us one".
The sixth mother said, "I wish I could give my kids acceptance to help them flow with the stream of life and lead them to spirituality".
The seventh mother said, "I wish that I could give my kids gratitude for all that the universe has to offer them, for gratitude is the vibration of all good things in life".
The eighth mother said, "I wish I could give my kids perfect health so they can experience the world with all their senses".
The ninth mother said, "I wish I could give my kids love. Love is everything and love is the answer to all".
The tenth mother said, "I want to give my kids happy thoughts that can lead them to financial freedom, knowledge, friendship, strength, compassion and kindness. A happy, positive mindset will lead them to acceptance, gratitude, health and love, for happiness is the ultimate state of bliss and happy thoughts are the way to get there".
Thoughts for Kids
Talk about your feelings. Tell people what makes you happy and what bothers you.
When you feel really, really angry, sit on your hands and count to 10, breathing deeply.
Go out of your way to do kind things for people everyday.
Be your own coach. Give yourself praise and encourage yourself to try harder.
Listen carefully to what other people say. If you don’t understand, ask the person to repeat it.
Self-discipline. Do you have it? These kids do:
Jerome practiced his piano lesson before he played with friends.
Carly listened carefully while others shared.
Kevin took the time to do his best work.
Heather used quiet words when she was upset.
Nicole saved her allowance.
Raheem finished eating all of his lunch before he had dessert.
Steven cleaned up after he finished his art project.
Kiara waited her turn.