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3 life lessons you can teach with a pumpkin

Did you know carving pumpkins creates a perfect teachable moment? Join Cooper (my grandson) and I and we'll show you how to use a pumpkin to teach your children and grandchildren 3 powerful life-lessons. The real pearl, however, is not the pumpkin lessons, it's how to teach your children to use their gifts as I'm demonstrating with Cooper. One of the most powerful secret weapons of raising upright kids in an upside-down world is to help them find their purpose by nurturing their gifts and talents. Cooper is only 4-years old but already you'll see what a natural communicator he is. No one taught him this, it's just in him. When we nurture these gifts in our children, we help them discover the bigger "why" for their life and instill a greater purpose that's essential for emotional health and safety... which in turn leads to happy, healthy lives. Click the link below to get the lesson download and demonstration video of "3 Life Lessons You Can Teach With a Pumpkin" and see how easy it is to teach your children lessons that stick! "Life Lessons from a Pumpkin!"

For Happy, Healthy Homes and Schools!


Deanna Rhinehart, Championeers! Emotional Safety Education Systems




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