Monthly Archives: May 2016

Highly Sensitive Children Through the Eyes of a Teacher

Have you ever wondered what a highly sensitive child in the classroom looks like from the other side, through the eyes of a teacher? Well, wonder no more. I talked to Miranda*, a teacher in the USA who teaches in … Continue reading

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Happy Sensitive Kids “I’m Emptying My Bucket” Door Hanger – Free Printable

I recently published some free bucket activity printables to help you and your highly sensitive child (HSC) talk about their bucket – to think about what fills it and what empties it. There’s now a door hanger to add to … Continue reading

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Langmuts Has Become Long Hat

Once upon a time there was a little Dutch kabouter who was highly sensitive whose adventures helped lots and lots and lots of Dutch speaking children (and their parents, carers and teachers) understand why they behave as they do. His name is … Continue reading

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Getting Back to Basics: Simplicity Parenting

I‘m not sure how or where I heard about the book Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne, but I’m sure glad it came into my life. Sometimes you read a book and just find yourself nodding all the way through. … Continue reading

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