A brilliant and effective way to calm kids with activities for sensory play and focus.
Dayna Abraham is a certified early childhood teacher turned homeschooling mom of three. She's the creator of the kids' activity blog Lemon Lime Adventures, which has an audience of nearly 85k followers on Facebook. As a stay-at-home mom, she also supports her oldest son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. In 2015, she co-authored a self-published book, Sensory Processing 101. Dayna lives with her family in Naperville, Illinois, just outside Chicago.
"Brilliant! Dayna has masterfully created a unique guide to
navigating life with kids that will end the battles and arguments
once and for all."
--Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions, author of The "Me, Me, Me" Epidemic "Pure genius! Superkids will feel more than empowered after reading this book, and will find themselves succeeding at times when they used to feel stressed."
--Sheila McCraith, founder of The Orange Rhino, author of Yell Less, Love More
"Finally, a path to understanding instead of arguing! Using humor, creativity and respect, Dayna empowers kids to be capable, problem-solving superkids."
--Alissa Marquess, founder of Bounceback Parenting(R) and the Parenting Secret Mission Society "The Superkids Activity Guide embraces the unique challenges faced by today's kids in a positive way. These fun activities will make each day go more smoothly."
--Vanessa Levin, early childhood specialist and founder of Pre-K Pages "Sometimes superkids need a sidekick to help them see the awesome, creative and quirky uniqueness that makes them who they are. Dayna Abraham has built that sidekick masterfully in this fun and brilliantly organized kid-friendly book, designed to empower your superheroes to go out and conquer their struggles and be awesome every day."
--Colleen Kessler, educational consultant, speaker, author of 100 Backyard Activities That Are the Dirtiest, Coolest, Creepy-Crawliest Ever! and founder of Raising Lifelong Learners "Dayna Abraham makes what can be the hardest parts of kids' and parents' days empowering and fun. This book is full of creative solutions for families to turn peer struggles into super powers."
--Allison McDonald, teacher, author of Raising a Rock-Star Reader and founder of No Time for Flashcards