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Get Your Kids to Listen the First Time


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The Newton School presents a free parent workshop: Get Your Kids to Listen the First Time.

On January 23, 2018, at 8:45 am, Kirk Martin of Celebrate Calm will appear for a dynamic and motivating parenting event at The Newton School! Kirk will demonstrate 10 ways to:

• Get your kids to listen the first time.
• Say no and stop the entitlement mentality.
• Stop the eye rolling and backtalk immediately.
• Learn to build intrinsic motivation in your kids.
• Get your kids to stop playing video games and texting without an argument.

Find out why more than 600,000 parents and teachers have called Kirk’s presentations “practical, life-changing, and laugh-out-loud funny” as he talks about getting your kids to listen the first time. At this event, Kirk will provide insight and education, as well as strategies to implement immediately at home.

This community event is free; however, pre-registration is required by emailing [email protected] The Newton School is located at 45965 Nokes Blvd., Ste. 120, Sterling, VA 20166.

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