How exactly to make moments that are teachable And Fun

Have you ever had someone give you advice about finding teachable moments in everyday life?

A teachable moment is where you see an opportunity to teach your child something.

This concept started out with the thought that unless you engage someone’s mind at the moment that is right learning would perhaps not take place.

That’s probably why, as a homeschool mother for over decade, I’m type of a moment that is teaching.

But, as usual, there’s a right and a way that is wrong of teachable moments. Let’s talk about this!

Teachable Moments Gone Wrong

Motherhood is difficult, especially whenever our kids are getting through hard times or something challenging takes place.

As mothers, we usually choose those moments to show lessons that are important instill positive values in our children. Go you!

And in those teachable moments, we often feel like we’re not heard, or what we say does matter that is n’t or that individuals simply wasted our sound because our words appear to go nowhere.

And this is triggering.

Some times, it is simple to determine you’ll be a confident mother and clean it off, but other times, it just hits that nerve, particularly when you’re currently working with anxiety, despair, or whatever else in the PTSD family.

Some of the finest teachable moments happen when we’re having enjoyable.
When kids understand they’ve our undivided attention, we abruptly have theirs, too.

Then the momster arrives… That yelling, screaming, fire-spitting dragon you hate to be.

Well, there goes the teachable moment. You’re feeling as with any this minute is teaching you is how long you want to be.

After many years doing this motherhood thing, I’ve discovered that teachable moments and chaos don’t quite mix.

Creating along you are from being the positive mom Positive moments that are teachable*)It’s one thing to get teachable moments and embrace teachable moments, but i’m a proponent of making good teachable moments.

I define positive teachable moments as those teachable moments that happen when you yourself have your child’s attention in a setting that is positive.

Positive teachable moments happen when you are spending quality time, having fun, or working together.

When children know they have our undivided attention, we suddenly have theirs, too.

Secrets of Sulphur Springs

My daughters and I are obsessed with Disney Channel’s show that is new of Sulphur Springs.

We love which our buddies at Disney Channel invited us to display another episode, entitled Time Warped.

Having very early access is amazing… and causes it to be even more intriguing. The regular shocks straight to our home are perfect, too!

“Secrets of Sulphur Springs” follows Griffin that is 12-year-old CampbellPreston Oliver) whose world has been upended by his father, Ben (Josh Braaten).

Ben has moved the family from Chicago to take ownership of an abandoned hotel property, The Tremont.

The Campbell family, which also includes Griffin’s mother, Sarah (Kelly Frye), and his younger twin siblings, Wyatt (Landon Gordon) and Zoey (Madeleine McGraw), moves into The Tremont in hopes of restoring it to the vacation that is lively it was previously.

On their day that is first at new school, Griffin hears rumors that the hotel is haunted by the ghost of Savannah (Elle Graham), a girl who disappeared decades ago. He soon meets and befriends Harper (Kyliegh Curran), a thrill-seeking classmate, and soon they discover a portal that is secret permits them traveling back in its history and unearth clues concerning the city secret.

When we view Secrets of Sulphur Springs, we learn plenty of classes so we love the suspense, drama, and enjoyable.

My daughters are literally gasping and biting their fingernails, eyes glued towards the display. They love the feeling of checking out, adventure, and mystery solving.

All the episodes of Secrets of Sulphur Springs leave us in the many epic cliffhangers which have us speaing frankly about our theories the week that is whole!

Watching Secrets of Sulphur Springs is a tool that is great children to make use of their imagination and discover the ability of storytelling.

It’s a show that the family that is whole enjoy, because there’s something for everyone.

We’re loving the Easter eggs, too. We just can’t get enough.

This Week On Secrets of Sulphur Springs

In “Time Warped,” Griffin and Harper observe as young Ben and Savannah sit around the post-dance campfire when, suddenly, Savannah is spooked by a counselor dressed as the Moss that is legendary guy.

The episode premieres FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on Disney Channel.

Don’t lose out! Grab your popcorn watching Secrets of Sulphur Springs every on the Disney Channel at 8pm ET/PT.And friday don’t worry if you haven’t yet started watching. You can catch up by steaming Secrets of Sulphur Springs episodes on Disney Now and on the

Disney Now app


Follow the conversation online with #secretsofsulphursprings.

Not Every Moment Needs To Be A Teachable Moment

Yes, teachable moments are wonderful, but don’t fall in the trap of thinking that every moment needs to be a moment that is teachable.

Don’t put pressure that is unnecessary yourself to try to jump in and force learning on your children. It won’t end up well, you are told by me.I utilized to beat myself up because We missed a moment that is teachable

Elayna Fernandez - Bestselling Author - 
Transformational Trainer and Keynote Speaker - Mentor to Mom EntrepreneursElayna Fernandez - Bestselling Author - 
Transformational Trainer and Keynote Speaker - Mentor to Mom Entrepreneurs

I Now give myself grace and to live more in the brief minute with my kids. A mom that is present a positive mother!
Can you share one of the teachable moments?

We’d all want to hear your tale!(*)© Elayna Fernández ~ The Positive MOM(*)Be sure to contribute to post updates, which means you never ever miss something!(*)

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