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47 Best One to three Word Compliment Words to Use with Children at Home and Classroom.



Usually, we complement children with positive words! Isn't it? 

Naturally, parents and teachers use often compliment words, Awesome, Good, Excellent, Very Good, Brilliant, etc. about close to five words only. But if you use different words each time without repeating for at least next thirty plus time, that will give the positive impact on children which will help to connected but also get motivated!!!

TRY THESE POSITIVE WORDS!
  1. Awesome!
  2. Amazing!
  3. Astounding! 
  4. Bravo!
  5. Brilliant!
  6. Congratulations!
  7. Cool!
  8. Dynamite!
  9. Dazzling!
  10. Excellent!
  11. Extraordinary!
  12. Exceptional!
  13. Fabulous!
  14. First rate work!
  15. First-Class!
  16. Fantastic!
  17. Good!
  18. Good one!
  19. Good. Keep going!
  20. Great!
  21. Great Job!
  22. Great. Keep it up!
  23. Hooray!
  24. Impressive!
  25. Incredible!
  26. Keep going!
  27. Marvellous!
  28. Miraculous!
  29. Magnificent!
  30. Nice work!
  31. Nicely Done!
  32. Nice one!
  33. Overwhelming!
  34. Perfect!
  35. Remarkable!
  36. Smashing!
  37. Splendid!
  38. Stunning!
  39. Superb!
  40. Sparkling!
  41. Terrific!
  42. Tremendous!
  43. Very good!
  44. Wonderful!
  45. Well done!
  46. Yippee!
  47. You Rock!

Kids don't learn from the people they don't like.

Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion.


Rita Pierson, a teacher for 40 years, once heard a colleague say, "They don't pay me to like the kids."

 

Her response: "Kids don't learn from people they don’t like.”

A rousing call to educators to believe in their students and actually connect with them on a real, human, personal level.

 

 

Source: www.ted.com

What is mathematics?

"Mathematics is a way of thinking. It's a way of solving problems."

An excellent video by Prof. Dor Abrahamson, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Bereley.


 

Souce : Edutopia