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Starting primary school is ripe with new opprortunties for your child to flourish and our My Growing Up reward chart system is the perfect tool to help your child prepare for this exciting time. The reward system encourages your child to be independent, self-assured and confident as he gets credit for getting dressed, eating meals, doing homework, good behaviour and manners. The chart can also be tailored with your own activities or for your children’s individual needs. Each My Growing Up reward chart system contains: 1 large chart (25 inches L by 11 inches W) 1 dry erase pen 10 activity stickers 6 blank activity stickers that can be customized 240 multi-colored, numbered stickers 84 gold star stickers An informational sheet with examples, tips and guidelines Adhesive mounting pads to display your child’s accomplishments. All of our stickers are reusable but gentle handling is recommended. Keywords: behaviour chart for kids, childrens learning chart, childrens school chart, kids behavior charts, kids behaviour charts, kids rewards chart, readiness for school, starting a new school, starting school chart for kids, transition to primary school, starting new school, starting school, chore sticker chart, kids chore chartA large reward chart and to help encourage positive behaviour, achievement and development in children from 4 years.
Ideal for the development stage of children of primary school age.
Parents can tailor the charts to the individual need of their child. Detailed instructions included.
Stickers: 10 activities, 6 blank to customize to your need, 324 reward stickers. (If handled with extreme care our stickers can be used more than once)
Kinder to the environment as now packaged to a smaller size, printed on ‘FSC Mix’ paper, British Standard and CE Tested.

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Break the hidden Code in this game of cunning and logic. A terrific game of deduction. In 10 moves or less, the Codebreaker must crack the Codemaker’s secret color-peg code. Combines skill, luck, and fun!! For 2 players. Ages 8 to adult. With built-in storage trays for pegs and flip-top code shield that stays securely in place. Easy to learn. Easy to play. But not so easy to win.Break tthe hidden code in game of cunning and logic.
Built-in storage trays for pegs and flip-top code shield that stays securely in place
Easy to learn and play. Not easy to win.
For 2 players. Ages 8 to adult.

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In The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, Deepak Chopra distills the essence of his teachings into seven simple, yet powerful principles that can easily be applied to create success in all areas of your life. Based on natural laws that govern all of creation, this book shatters the myth that success is the result of hard work, exacting plans, or driving ambition.

Instead, Chopra offers a life-altering perspective on the attainment of success: Once we understand our true nature and learn to live in harmony with natural law, a sense of well-being, good health, fulfilling relationships, energy and enthusiasm for life, and material abundance will spring forth easily and effortlessly.

Filled with timeless wisdom and practical steps you can apply right away, this is a book you will cherish for a lifetime, for within its pages are the secrets to making all your dreams come true.

“A must-read for anyone who missed The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran.” — The New York Times

“Of all Deepak’s books, The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success gives a profound outline for conducting one’s life at the highest and most integrated level. It is magnificent.” — Anthony Robbins, Author, Unlimited Power

“The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success make wonderful guiding principles for anyone attempting to create a productive and satisfying life or human organization.” — Ken Blanchard, Co-author, The One Minute Manager

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Florence Scovell Shinn’s books are classics of the New Thought movement, now known as Law of Attraction, or The Secret, or Cosmic Ordering, or a dozen other such names. Traditionally, books were expensive. Students would memorize their lessons, often in rhyme. I took notes from Mrs. Shinn’s books, and rendered them in rhyme, for my own understanding. Rhyme, and song lyrics, reach a deeper part of the mind than prose. The subject matter is deep, and rhyme somehow conveys the meaning in a better way. This uses the ideas of her books, but not the exact wording. Her thoughts are rendered in rhyme. This is a great book to read in a garden, in a park, on a beach, or some other very relaxed setting.

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