Guidelines for Dealing with an ANGRY Child

Guidelines for Dealing with an ANGRY Child

Posted by in Parenting on 24. Aug, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Leah Davies, M.Ed AVOID Screaming at the child. Embarrassing the child. Shaming the child. Labeling the child. Threatening the child. Hitting the child. Hurting the child in any way. Indulging the child. Reinforcing inappropriate behavior by giving in to his/her outbursts.   DO Accept the child as a valuable human being. Accentuate his/her strengths. […]

Stop Treating Kids Like Criminals

Stop Treating Kids Like Criminals

Posted by in News on 06. Jun, 2013 | 0 Comments

A Missouri teenager was recently arrested for defacing a yearbook. Before that, an honor student was charged with two felonies for doing a science experiment, and a 7-year-old got suspended over a gun-shaped Pop-Tart. Here in America, we like to treat our kids like felons. A report last week on New York City schools’ troubling […]

National Teen Driver Safety Week

National Teen Driver Safety Week

Posted by in Announcements, Parenting on 26. Sep, 2012 | 0 Comments

Conor Lynch was a good friend of Larry’s youngest son. He was hit and killed by a teen driver who was driving while distracted. Please consider making a donation to the Conor Lynch Foundation to help educate teen drivers so such a tragedy never happens again.

Charges Dropped Against Honor Student Jailed for Truancy

Charges Dropped Against Honor Student Jailed for Truancy

Posted by in News, Parenting on 02. Jun, 2012 | 0 Comments

Texas student Diane Tran, who was jailed for 24 hours for missing too much school, has had those charges against her dropped and her record cleared by the very same judge who admitted he wanted to make an example out of her. Tran, 17, works two jobs to support her siblings after their parents divorced […]

Parenting 2.0 Life Skills Report Card

Parenting 2.0 Life Skills Report Card

Posted by in Parenting on 22. Mar, 2012 | 1 Comment

by Marlaine Paulsen Cover Description: Patterned after traditional academic report cards, the Life Skills Report Card (LSRC) has five main categories: Personal Care, Organizational Skills, Respect for Self and Others, Communication, and Social Skills. Each category has six subcategories. A numerical scale (one being the lowest – five the highest) provides an easy way to chart your children’s […]

Our Mission

Our Mission

Posted by in Announcements on 22. Mar, 2012 | 0 Comments

Flowers and Gardeners is a purpose driven distribution company. It will distribute educational materials and media as well as compilations of programs designed to help individuals and families work toward a better understanding of one another by teaching the skills and tools necessary to become a more confident and supportive family unit. Flowers and Gardeners will […]


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    Flowers & Gardeners' mission is to be is to be an advocate resource center for kids and help the adults in their life be better parents, teachers, and mentors. To us, kids are the flowers and we are the gardeners in charge of making sure they bloom and prosper.