101 Ways to Praise a Child

3 Feb

* Wow * Way To Go * Super * You’re Special * Outstanding * Excellent * Great * Good * Neat * Well Done * Remarkable * I Knew You Could Do It * I’m Proud Of You * Fantastic * Super Star * Nice Work * Looking Good * You’re On Top Of It * Beautiful * Now You’re Flying * You’re Catching On * Now You’ve Got It * You’re Incredible * Bravo * You’re Fantastic * Hurray For You * You’re On Target * You’re On Your Way * How Nice * How Smart * Good Job * That’s Incredible * Hot Dog * Dynamic * You’re Beautiful * You’re Unique * Nothing Can Stop You Now * Good For You * I like You * You’re A Winner * Remarkable Job * Beautiful Work * Spectacular * You’re Spectacular * You’re A Darling * You’re Precious * Great Discovery * You’ve Discovered The Secret * You Figured It Out * Fantastic Job * Hip, Hip, Hurray * Bingo * Magnificent * Marvelous * Terrific * You’re Important * Phenomenal * You’re Sensational * Super Work * Creative Job * Super Job * Fantastic Job * Exceptional Performance * You’re A Real Trooper * You Are Responsible * You Are Exciting * You Learned It Right * What An Imagination * What A Good Listener * You Are Fun * You’re Growing Up * You Tried Hard * You Care * Beautiful Sharing * Outstanding Performance * You’re A Good Friend * I Trust You * You’re Important * You Mean A lot To Me * You Make Me Happy * You Belong * You’ve Got A Friend * You Make Me Laugh * You Brighten My Day * I Respect You * You Mean The World To Me * That’s Correct * You’re A Joy * You’re A Treasure * You’re Wonderful * You’re Perfect * Awesome * A Plus Job * You’re The Best * A Big Hug * A Big Kiss * I Love You!

P.S. A smile is worth a 1,000 words

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  1. Words of Becoming « - August 24, 2010

    […] We can start feeding our children praise in the everyday moments of their lives, and it is never too late to start. What we tell them they are, our children will become. What we say is what we will get. Read 101 Ways to Praise Your Child. […]

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