The reason this is on Internet Consulting, Inc.'s website is that it was a flash of genius of Lauren Alexa Weiner and Jordan Weiner, President of Internet Consulting, Inc. along with many of his staff, brought this wonderful project to fruition. It helps all stakeholders, most importantly it positions our future leaders for success and helps improve the quality of their lives.
How To Be Good For Santa materials resonate with and help gifted children, average children and children with disabilities build lifelong relationship skills and self worth.
Materials use Social & Emotional Learning (SEL) behavioral development tools that resonate with children while improving self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.
Children enjoy wonderfully illustrated characters and expertly written materials detailing "the secrets" for how to be good, how to react good even when other people are acting badly, how to deal with bullying , good citizenship, and other important life lessons that help build lifelong relationship skills and self worth.
Most behavioral education is expected to be done by parents. Most guardians are not professional behavioral educators and therefore do not have the time, expertise, or resources for developing positive reinforcement behavioral education materials. How To Be Good For Santa expertly solves this issue.
Parents, grandparents, nannies, babysitters, educators, teachers, counselors, therapists, daycare personnel, and other guardians benefit by having easy, ready to go, professional materials that help mentor and coach their child(ren) with real life positive reinforcement solutions.
Gifted children, average children, and children with special needs become engaged and enjoy the following benefits with these charming and professional materials:
There are Gold Star Reward Stickers and flashcards for over 70 behaviors. Additional materials include coloring and draw your own picture stories books, and picture books - with built in lesson plans for needed behavior(s), and more.
Click-here for free downloadable goal planning worksheets, weekly worksheets, and monthly behavior tracking charts on