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Our children are being exposed to tacky language and behavior, no matter how much we as parents want to shelter them. One of the biggest challenges as parents we face is teaching in a way children can understand how to behave and respond when such language and behavior happens around them.
Tacky Box was started by a mom, Chris Phelps who was shocked one day when her kindergartener nonchalantly used her first four letter word. Chris came up with Tacky Box concept that equips children with the skills to distinguish between what’s appropriate and inappropriate and motivates them to proactively choose how to respond.Inspiring kindness rather than tackiness, Tacky Box Set arms parents with everything they need to help their child navigate through the day and life of a child. Keeping a kind heart and good manners unscathed.
We are officially on the Campaign for Kindness in our house. Here's how it went down in our house.
First we check out everything that's included in the box
Our Story Book
Authentic Tacky Box
Notepad with Max and Margo on it
A note from the Author
We read the book together and discussed the topic of the story. Then we decorated our box.
I love that there are separate books for boys and girls. Yet the message is the same. Watch your words; they can hurt just as much as your actions. My daughter is older but when she saw the decorated box she asked if she can fill out a paper too---quickly she wrote X at school called me dumb!
The target age group is 3-8 and to get a curriculum to roll out the concept in schools...clearly from what's happened to my daughter IT IS VERY MUCH NEEDED!!
You can get your very own Tacky Box too and join the campaign too!