93: Teaching Kids the Power of Smiling

Bet you can't throw a temper tantrum and smile big at the same time!

Smiling is a powerful gesture. It’s almost to cry or throw a temper tantrum while smiling! Try it!

Resource of the Week:

Check out this week’s resource of the week, the board game Scrabble Junior a fun game you can play to help your kids learn to recognize letters and spell. You can score a copy at FiveMinutesWithDad.com/Scrabble. Your kids will love it! Angela and Pavlos really love this game and you can start your kids even before they can read because they have a beginner side with letters preprinted to match! Check it out!

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Five Minutes With Dad is a parenting podcast that stars seven-year-old Pavlos, four-year-old Angela, and their thirty-seven-year-old dad Nick Pavlidis. This is the podcast where you get to listen in on a little father-son and daddy-daughter time and learn about great resources to connect with your kids.

92: Teaching Kids to Learn and Have Fun Outside of School

Teaching kids that learning happens all the time, and everywhere!

We have so many places where we can learn and have fun at the same time. In this episode, Nick and Angela talk about all the cool things they learn outside of school!

Resource of the Week:

Check out this week’s resource of the week, If a Chicken Stayed for Supper, a cute kids book. Your kids will love this story about foxes going hunting for chicken to eat and then forming a bond with a chicken who helped them when one of the foxes got lost. My kids love it!


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www.FiveMinutesWithDad.com/Resources.

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Sponsor:

This episode is brought to you by Audible.com where you can get the best audio books sent straight to your phone.

If you are new to audible and go through that link you can get a free 30-day trial and a free audiobook that you can keep even if you cancel during the trial period.

Check it out.

Five Minutes With Dad is a parenting podcast that stars seven-year-old Pavlos, four-year-old Angela, and their thirty-seven-year-old dad Nick Pavlidis. This is the podcast where you get to listen in on a little father-son and daddy-daughter time and learn about great resources to connect with your kids.

91: Teaching Kids How to Lead by Example

How to teach them that their actions matter and can influence others.

Kids are constantly watching their parents and other kids. When they do something great that another kid emulates, it’s a great opportunity to reinforce that behavior and teach them about leading by example.

Resource of the Week:

Check out this week’s resource of the week, the Klutz Window Art Craft Kit. Your kids will love how easy it is to use nice thick puffy paint to trace and fill in predesigned pictures or create their own. Let them dry and they stick on windows without damaging them. My kids love it!

Find all resources on our Resources Page at www.FiveMinutesWithDad.com/Resources.

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Sponsor:

This episode is brought to you by Audible.com where you can get the best audio books sent straight to your phone.

If you are new to audible and go through that link you can get a free 30-day trial and a free audiobook that you can keep even if you cancel during the trial period.

Check it out.

Five Minutes With Dad is a parenting podcast that stars seven-year-old Pavlos, four-year-old Angela, and their thirty-seven-year-old dad Nick Pavlidis. This is the podcast where you get to listen in on a little father-son and daddy-daughter time and learn about great resources to connect with your kids.