INCRedibleKIdS | incredibleparents

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About INCREDIBLEKIDS: Ch. 4 of Play to Their Strengths (pgs. 179-180 in the Playbook)

IncredibleKids is a revolutionary parenting tool that will bring out the best in you and your children. It is a 15-minute assessment that you, the parent, will take to discover the strengths of your child. After taking the assessment, you will be given a complete strengths profile for your child and concrete strategies and recommendations for bringing out the best in your child. You will become a better parent as you discover your IncredibleKids!

Instructions for taking INCREDIBLEKIDS Assessment

This assessment is designed to reveal your child's natural strengths. To get the most out of this assessment, think of just one of your children. (You can take the assessment again if you have more than one child.) As you answer the questions, imagine how your child would feel in the scenarios presented. Assess whether you agree or disagree that your child would “FEEL STRONG” engaging in the indicated activity. The assessment can be taken from your phone or Mac/PC. Set aside 15 minutes to take the assessment but you will have as long as you need since the questions are untimed. To take IncredibleKids, go to http://bit.ly/incredible-kids

 
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About INCREDIBLEPARENTS: Ch. 7 of Play to Their Strengths (pg. 187 in the Playbook)

It's time to discover your PARENTING STRENGTHS! IncredibleParents will help you to identify a few of the natural abilities you bring to your home and family. By taking this assessment, you will begin the journey of parenting to your strengths and becoming the IncredibleParent you were meant to be!

Instructions for taking INCREDIBLEPARENTS Assessment

This assessment is designed to give you clues to your Parenting Strengths. The statements you will read describe situations or activities you might do as a parent. Evaluate whether the activity would make you FEEL STRONG. Rate the statement on a scale from 'Strongly Disagree' to 'Strongly Agree'. (As you are taking the assessment, remember the 5 Es--when you feel strong, you tend to feel enthusiasm, ease, excellence, energy, and enjoyment.) To take IncredibleParents navigate to http://bit.ly/incredible-parents