30 Days to Learn How to Bring Out the Best in Children
12/05/2015

30 Days to Learn™ have published a set of cards designed to help parents learn skills and understand their children’s behaviour and temperament.

Online PR News – 05-December-2015 – London, UK – “30 Days to Learn How to Bring Out the Best in Children” cards have been written by Elaine Halligan and Melissa Hood from The Parent Practice. They are parenting educators with over 30 years’ experience between them of helping parents build in their children a strong sense of self-worth and good emotional intelligence, which enables them to flourish in childhood and become successful adults. They are trained in Parent coaching, NLP, Group dynamics, Non-verbal communication and Supporting Separated Families.

Elaine and Melissa recognise that many parents feel they should instinctively know everything about how to raise a calm, happy and thriving family, but of course this isn’t the case. Through daily lessons these cards teach practical skills and strategies to deal with issues that parents commonly face in bringing up children.

Elaine Halligan says “These cards will help parents to connect better with their children, have happier kids, be calmer as parents and have a more peaceful and rewarding family life.”

30 Days to Learn How to Bring Out the Best in Children contains 17 key concept cards and 30 daily lesson cards. The pack is priced at ÂŁ14.99 and can be ordered from www.30DaystoLearn.com

For more information please contact:
30 Days to Learn: Lisa Warner or Tara Roskell on 020 8720 7333
A press pack is also available for download at www.30DaystoLearn.com/press

About 30 Days to Learn Cards
30 Days to Learn provides an easy, fun way to get started with a new topic or subject. The purpose of the brand is to provide a framework where readers can understand key concepts of a subject and focus on learning something new every day for 30 days.

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