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Parent’s Workbook

Parent’s Workbook: Discover Your Child’s Motivational Gifts

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Parent’s Workbook

In this workbook, you will meet:

Anna (the leader/facilitator),
Daniel (the prophet),
Maria (the giver),
Cayden (the merciful),
Jesse (the servant),
Hiro (the exhorter), and
Sarah (the teacher).

Parents and guardians will learn why their children respond to life the way they do. You will learn why they get along with some children really well and others not so well, why some barely speak 10 sentences in a day and others are boisterous or flamboyant. You will see why they gravitate toward certain vocations. And, you will see that just because they came from the union of the egg and sperm they may not necessarily be a carbon copy of the two parents.

So, why is this really important? Here’s a good example: Sally tends to be rebellious and head strong. This is a common trait of a child that has a motivational gift of facilitation (leadership support). They are not rebelling against their parents, they are simply created to lead and get things done. To not ask permission is a natural tendency with someone gifted to take charge. When you know this you can develop their gift rather than put a damper on it.

The Discover Your Child’s Motivational Gifts  workbook will help you understand why your little ones express certain types of behavior. It is fascinating to watch them grow, isn’t it? They are so eager to learn.  

There are work-spaces throughout the book for you to make notes and plan activities for your child’s development!

Each chapter (three through nine) will contain seven sections to help you understand the following information:

The purpose and description of the gift
Getting to know a Bible character with the gift
Recognizing and Identifying Character traits of Your Child’s Gift
Challenges for the child with the respective gift 
Family Engagement to develop the gift
A famous person with the gift
Meeting Anna’s Friend with the gift

What is in the Parent’s Workbook?

Chapter 1 – Understanding the Will of God in Our Lives

a. Our role as parents and guardians
b. Are the motivational gifts to be used solely in religious service?
c. An example of someone that tapped into their motivational gifts
d. No one person is more-or-less important than another
e. Seek counsel and wisdom

Chapter 2 – Discovering Your Child’s Motivational Gift(s)
Chapter 3 – Hiro, the Class Clown, has the Gift of Exhortation
Chapter 4 – Anna Leads her Friends with the Gift of Facilitation
Chapter 5 – Maria has the Gift of Giving and is Anna’s Best Friend
Chapter 6 – Cayden Loves Animals and has the Healing Gift of Mercy
Chapter 7 – Daniel has a Strong Prophetic Gift
Chapter 8 – Jesse Loves to Serve his Friends and Family
Chapter 9 – Sarah has the Gift of Teaching
Chapter 10 – About the Anna’s Friends Book Series
Chapter 11 – How Environment Affects Operation of the Gifts
Chapter 12 – A Quiz for Children to Discover Their Gift

Plenty of worksheets to take notes and create a plan to develop your children’s gifts.

Parents Guide to Understanding What Motivates Your Child

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