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Say Yes to No Leader's Kit

by Monica Walsh M.A. and David Walsh Ph.D
Packed in 12" x 12" tote.
Price: $395.00
Sale Price: $99.99
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Join a community of other parent educators, community leaders, social workers, and teachers in learning the 12 Big Ideas that parents need to prepare 21st century kids for success in school and life. The Say Yes to No Leader's Kit gives you everything you need to help parents raise happy and self-reliant kids.

As a SYTN Leader you will:Parents in a SYTN program will:
Learn how to deliver the training to parents, step-by-step.Learn to use dynamic, useful and fun activities in a supportive setting.
Receive a complete kit with everything you need to engage parents.Learn and practice proven Say Yes to No parenting strategies.
Experience the activities as parents would.Gain confidence in their parenting abilities

The kit includes:
  • The Leader's Guide: The five-session Say Yes to No Parenting Program
  • The SYTN Leader's Training DVD that features a live parent program led by Dr. Walsh with parents
  • Information to plan and promote a SYTN Program in your school or organization
  • A bibliography that includes resources and research on child development, the media culture and more
  • 1 pack of 25 SYTN Parent Workbooks to use with your first program
  • 1 copy of the book: No, Why Kids—of All Ages—Need to Hear It and Ways Parents Can Say It
View sample pages of the Say Yes to No Leader's Kit

Note: Kit returns must be made within 30 days of purchase and are subject to a $35 restocking and processing fee. See return policy for full details.

Top 10 Tips to Raise Happy, Self-Reliant Kids (from the SYTN kit)

1. Spend twice as much time and half as much money

2. Support; don’t rescue. Encourage; don’t coddle.

3. Get them what they need but not everything they want.

4. Back up teachers and schools.

5. Take charge of media.

6. Set clear and high expectations.

7. Give chores.

8. Set and enforce limits and consequences.

9. Encourage volunteering.

10.Become a Say Yes To No parent.