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101 Ways To Encourage Kids

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This is not exactly speech/language therapy related, but I love this list and thought it was worth sharing.

The following list of encouraging words and phrases has helped many of us when we were looking for the "the right thing to say" to our child at the right time. The author is unknown but I got it from a preschool teacher I know - Debbie Caruso.  Enjoy reading and watch your child's face light up when he/she hears these words!

That's Incredible!  How Extraordinary!  Far Out! Outstanding Performance!  I can't get over it!  Great! Amazing Effort!  Unbelievable Work!  Wonderful!  Marvelous!  Phenomenal!  You've Got It!  Superb!  Cool!  Excellent!  You're Special!  Your work is out of sight!  Your projectis first rate!  You've outdone yourself!  Way To Go! Thumbs Up!  You're a good friend!  You came through! Terrific!  You tried hard! Your help counts!  You made it happen!  It coun't be better!  Fantastic work!  You're a real trooper!  Fabulous!  Bravo!  Exceptional!  You're Unique!  Awesome!  Breathtaking!  The time you put in really shows!  You're a great example for others!  Keep up the good work!  I knew you had it in you!  Dynamite!  Its everything I hoped for! You should be proud of yourself!  What an imagination!  You made the difference!  Well Done! 

You're Sensational!  Very Good!  A plus work!  Super Job!  Good for you!  Take a bow!  You figured it out!  Great answer!  You're doing a lot better! Thanks for being honest!  How artistic!  Hooray for you!  You're a Joy!  How thoughtful of you!  You're amazing! You're getting there!  What a great idea!  You deserve a hug!  Thanks for trying!  You've made great progress! You're getting better!  You're a big help!  You're neat! You've got what it takes!  You're #1!  You're a shining star!  You can be trusted!  Wow! Remarkable!  Beautiful!  I'm so proud of you!  Very impressive!  You're sharp!  You're a winner!  Hot Dog!   Spectacular word! You're so kind!  You've really grown up!  What a great listener!  Thanks for helping!  great Discovery!  You've earned my respect!  Thanks for caring!  You're A-Okay!  You're a great kid!  How original!  You're a champ!  You're a pleasure to know!  Very brave!  What a genius!  You're very talented!  You're the greatest!  You're very special!  You're super!  You on target!  I love you!

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February 12, 2008

Kris @ 6:14 pm

Thank you so much for these great suggestions.

These were very helpful.

liza @ 6:22 pm

Hi! Thanks for sharing this. I remember when my kids were younger, my mom used to tell me that instead of telling my kids "That's bad, don't do that", it is better to tell them "That is not good" and explain to them why. In that case, the kids won't think they are bad or they've been bad.

God Bless.

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Beth @ 6:55 pm

Hi and thanks for this list. It's so easy to say these things to your children, but it's also so easy to forget. A few encouraging words goes a long way.

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February 23, 2008

PreSchool Mama @ 7:09 am

Excellent list! I remember seeing it a couple of months ago on a teacher website, and I was looking for it recently. Thanks for finding it! These are all incredible to use with our kids.

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February 24, 2008

Cindy @ 2:24 pm

I love the list. Thank you.

Tami @ 6:01 pm

Thanks for the comments - I love this list too. A preschool teacher I know showed it to me. Hey - if anyone wants to go stumble this post for me I'd appreciate it - Thanks!

October 16, 2009

Michael @ 8:44 pm

Good idea. We plane on using at lees three different comment a day with are son. He response great to positive comment just like a kids. Plus the more different comments we give him will help expand his vocabulary.

February 18, 2010

Tanya @ 7:06 am

This is great for my students. We are learn how to encourage each other. Now we have a good list to work from. Thanks

April 12, 2010

Helen @ 2:50 am

Encouragement is something that is easy to forget when you are stressed out!, but so so so important in a childs development and confidence!
Well done on a great website!

May 30, 2010

shwemyanmar @ 11:10 pm

Great post, it is pages like this which make information sharing on the internet so powerful and quick!

May 18, 2011

Laura Stein @ 7:48 am

That's Incredible! :)
Thanks for sharing this.

February 8, 2012

zendeghi @ 6:28 am

That is workable. Good luck dear!

May 27, 2012

Katrina @ 6:53 pm

Thanks so much. I'll be helping out a Camps throughout the summer and want to help the kids feel good!

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