San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
The positive triad is a tool that parents and educators will be using everywhere to help teach kids early on about how positive thinking and positive behaviors can improve a child’s mood. Dr. Spencer Wetter, a Positively Kids contributor, and Neuropsychologist at Applied Neuropsychology Institute talks about how the positive triad can help kids.
Positively Kids has a fun affirmation delivery system through music, games and videos that teaches kids how to develop positive thinking and make positive choices early on in life. By delivering positive messages through music in their award winning music album "Be Happy", and recently released single "The ABC Song" kids are actively singing each melody while learning to use positive words.
Positively Kids founder, Stacey Crumrine states, “Children need to learn the proper tools early on to cope during distress so they have the tools necessary to make good positive choices. By teaching kids how to get out of a bad state, kids will learn early on the healthy things they can do to get themselves to feel better. The purpose of the positive triad is to give them tools that will translate to almost any challenging situation they encounter ... for the rest of their lives.”
Positively Kids has a growing YouTube channel of free videos, such as the Positive Patter, Happy Boogie and Happy City. Positively Kids uses their kid-friendly and engaging character Captain Positive to deliver the fun positive messages. The music album "Be Happy" is something alot of parents like to have on in the car on the way to school in the morning, so the positive message will seep in before heading into the world. San Diego mom, Gina Axelson loves the CD and keeps it handy in her car for sing-a-longs with her pre-school age son. “Having a CD I can turn to for positvity and affirmations that is fun really helps me connect with my son!”
Positively Kids released "The ABC Song" in August and has also been getting rave reviews. Caregiver Renee Oberhart said "I like how it builds young children's vocabulary of positive words. I bet after listening to this song, kids will be declaring themselves as brave, clever, or any of the other words in this song!"
In 2013, Positively Kids will be releasing the DVD "Be Happy" where you will see the positive triad put into action. The positive triad shows kids that by thinking positive and doing behaviors that are positive they will feel good, just like you can hear the shouts of "feel it" in the Happy Boogie video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6O99ekiteA&feature=plcp In addition one of the songs,"Yes We Can" from the "Be Happy" album is based on the Positive Triad.
About Positively Kids:
Founded in 2010 in San Diego by mom Stacey Crumrine, Positively Kids brings parents, caregivers, and educators many tools that they can give to the precious little minds for maximum positive impact. Positively Kids weaves its "Captain Positive" character, the super-hero of positive thinking, through its music, videos and games, as a means of preparing kids for the years and challenges ahead and arming them with a positive attitude to carry throughout their lives.
With the help of contributors including prominent Neuropsychologists, authors, family coaches, parents, educators and more, Positively Kids has created a culture that permeates all of its entertaining and informative programs and materials. And, although everyone at Positively Kids realizes that the world is not something they can completely control, they do believe that any child, no matter their age, attitude or circumstance, can be taught how to:
Change the world by acting positively
Think with positive self-esteem and confidence
Grow their minds and open up to the opportunities that are presented to them
Be inspired by positive beliefs
Feel healthy inside and out
Have confidence in their decisions
Help others see the benefit of positive thinking
Be motivated off of the good, not the bad
How to have a positive outlook and see the possibilities in life
To watch the video where Dr. Spencer Wetter talks about the Positive Triad, watch it here
To learn more about Positively Kids and their "Be Happy" CD, visit: http://www.positivelykids.com.
To hear the ABC Song, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtg_03ZbYTA&feature=channel&list=UL