When children are disappointed or envious at Christmas or have an attitude of entitlement – here is help on how to encourage an attitude of gratitude. Day 10 – Santa talks about what’s really needed for happiness.
Christmas Is For Giving – helping children develop compassion for others.
Day 7 of Santa’s Letters to Parents: what do grandparents know about how to have a happy Christmas? #LettersToSanta #parenting #Christmas
What to do when there is no money for presents at Christmas. Santa’s a bit late out of bed this morning. Here’s his sixth letter to Parents who may be feeling worried, frustrated or despondent this Christmas. Here’s a gift idea with a difference!
Whoops – where’s Santa? On Day 5 Mrs Claus answers PercyPostElf’s letter about grown ups who seem to be trapped in shopping, shopping, shopping this Christmas.
Welcome to day four of twelve days of Christmas:
Letters from Santa and his North Pole team re How to Have a Happy Christmas Despite Freezing Financial Conditions.
Welcome to day two of twelve days of Christmas: What to do when your child has BIG ‘wants’ on their Christmas wishlist?
Letters to Parents from Santa and his North Pole team.
What to do when your child has unrealistic expectations at Christmas? Enjoy our letters from Santa and his North Pole team re How to Have a Happy Christmas Despite Freezing Financial Conditions.
If you’re a frustrated or worried Parent, here’s your invitation to join our surprise project, commencing on the 12th of the 12th:
‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ – a letter to Santa and his reply for Parents each day for 12 days until Christmas Eve.
See you for our ‘First Day of Christmas’ – talking about when children have huge expectations – on Monday 12 December!