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Privacy Policy

Effective Date 1st March 2021

We are Nino Mondo (collectively and individually referred here in to “Nino Mondo”, “we”, “our”, or “us”)

Who we are and how you can contact us ?

We are Nino Mondo and we are based in Melbourne, Australia.  We are committed to protecting your privacy and respect and uphold your rights when you use this Site. This Privacy Policy applies to the products and services, we provide on our Site (  and our social media channels and explains how we collect, hold, use and disclose data and comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and constitutes part of our Website Terms & Conditions. This Privacy Policy does not cover information that you submit on other websites, even if we communicate with you on those sites. For example, if you post something on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, or YouTube, that information is governed by the privacy policies on those websites, and is not governed by this Privacy Policy.
You can contact us for privacy related questions by emailing us at

We will only use your personal information in compliance with Australian Privacy Laws (Privacy Act (1988 (Cth)), Australian Privacy Principles and to the extent applicable, with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and any replacement legislation or regulation or guidelines and standards governing the use, storage or transmission of personal data.

Our Role in your Privacy

If you are a customer, subscriber or just a visitor on our Site, this Privacy Policy will apply to you.

Our Responsibilities

As we are the providers of the products and services on this Site, we determine how and why your data is processed.  We do not sell or rent your details to any third parties.  We are committed to protecting your privacy and we want you to know exactly what information is collected and how we use it. 

Your Responsibilities

·       Please read this Privacy Policy and the Website Terms & Conditions.

·       If you provide us with any data relating to a third party, you confirm that you have the right to authorise us to process that data on your behalf in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

When and How we collect Data?

From the moment you visit our Site, we are collecting data, sometimes you might provide this data by completing a form or setting up an account, otherwise we might collect the data automatically.  We may also collect data when:

·       You purchase a gift card for redemption on our Site

·       You interact with us on social media

·       You complete any sign-up forms, landing pages or send us a direct message via social media or an email to any of our nominated emails

·       You participate in promotions and giveaways or any request for additional data such as customer surveys

·       You accept our cookies and other tracking technologies on any device you use to interact with us

·       You voluntarily submit your data to us for any reason

Types of Data we may collect (including automatically)

·       Contact details (name, address, email)

·       Financial Information (bank details when you are making a purchase)

·       Data about the products or services you purchase

·       Data that identifies you (your IP address, login, browser type, time zone, browser plug ins, geolocation, what operating system and version)

Data on how you use our Site (URL clicks, products and services views, how long you are on our pages and other actions)

How and why we use your Data and disclosure

Under data laws, we are only allowed to use your data for specific reasons and where we have the legal basis to do so.
We will use your data for the purposes it was collected and related purposes including:

·       To run our Site

·       provide you with products, information and services

·       Customer support

·       Track your purchase history

·       Detect and prevent fraud

·       Improve our Site

·       Make your experience on our Site more efficient and enjoyable

·       Market research e.g. we may contact you for feedback about our products and services

·       Provide you with information about events, other products or services or opportunities that may be of interest

·       Marketing (with your consent)

·       Monitor your compliance with our Website Terms and Conditions

We may disclose your data for the purposes it was collected and also:

·       As required by law subject to our obligations

·       With your consent

·       Within our business

·       Send you marketing material (with your consent)

·       Process your participation in any promotions and giveaways (including contacting you if you win, displaying your name online and on our social media platforms)

·       Share with third parties to enable us to provide our products and/or services

Sensitive data

We do not collect any sensitive data about you.  Sensitive data includes but is not limited to data that includes details about your ethnicity, rate, religious or philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation, political opinions and health information

Google Analytics and Facebook


We use Google Analytics functions.  You can find out how your data is collected here and there are instructions here on how to opt-out of Google Analytics data tracking.

Our use of Google Analytics may include but is not limited to display advertising and remarketing. You may see our adverts across the internet, this is due to the use of tracking technologies (cookies) to optimise and serve our adverts based on past visits to our Site.  When you log onto our Site, we, with the help of Google Analytics, use your browsing behaviour to connect this with other data that you previously provided to us in accordance with this privacy policy.


We use Facebook Insights to track your interaction with our Facebook page

this will allow us to track usage and improve the performance of our page.  We will use Facebook Analytics to better measure, track and understand customer user experience to enable us to improve our products and services that we offer.  You can check out Facebook’s privacy policy here and if you want to opt out of seeing ads on Facebook based on information we have received, you can control this in your ad preferences here.

What Choices do I have?

Don’t provide us with your personal data

You can choose not to provide us with any personal data. However if you do this, we will not be able to provide you with any products or services, however, you can continue to use our Site and browse the pages of our Site.

Turn off cookies

Our Site uses cookies and similar technologies to provider certain functionality to our Site.  You can turn off cookies by activating the setting in your browser that allows you to do this.  You can also delete cookies through your browser settings.  If you do decide to turn off cookies, you can continue to use the Site, however, certain services may not work as effectively.

Don’t want marketing?

We will always let you know before we collect any data from you what the intended use is and if we intend to use it for marketing and if third parties are involved we will obtain your consent (which you can withdraw at anytime).  You can change your mind about marketing material by opting out by (a) completing the contact us form on our contact page or by unsubscribing within the email if you have previously subscribed to our newsletter.

What are your rights?

You can exercise your rights at any time by contacting us via email at

You can access information we hold about you

We will provide you with the information within 30 days of your request, unless doing so would adversely affect the rights and freedoms of others (e.g. another person’s confidentiality or intellectual property rights).  We will tell you if we can’t comply with your request and why.

Inaccurate information

You can contact us to ask us to correct any information we hold about you, that you believe is inaccurate.

Objections to using data for profiling or automated decisions

We may use your data to determine what products and services are relevant to you (e.g. tailoring our emails based on your behaviour).  Otherwise, the only circumstances in which we will use this data is to provide our products and services to you. 

You have the right to be forgotten

You have the right to request for your data to be erased.  This means we have to delete all information that we hold about you, except to the extent of any information we are required to hold due to our legal obligations.

You have the right to make a complaint regarding the use of your data

If you have any complaints regarding how your data is handled, please contact us via email at  If you are not satisfied with our response to your complaint you may seek a review by contacting the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.

How secure is the data collected?

We realise that our customers trust us to protect their data and whilst we cannot guarantee the security of any information you transmit to us, or receive from us, we take that task seriously and maintain reasonable and appropriate physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to help protect your data.  This includes the following:

·       Password access to accounts

·       Storing electronic data with reputable third party storage providers who have appropriate security protections

·       Limit access to personal information to individuals who need to know.

·       Using payment providers who are PCI DSS compliant

·       We do not store your payment details

How long do we store data?

We will keep your data for as long as we need it and this period will also depend on your interactions with us.  If you have made a purchase with us, we will keep a record of your purchase for the period necessary for invoicing and tax purposes.  When we no longer need to keep your information, we will delete it.

Third parties who process your data

We share data with third parties in the following circumstances: 

·       Password access to accounts

·       Other companies in our group of companies, as necessary to operate our Site

·       Our suppliers and service providers working for us e.g. payment processors

·       Our professional and legal advisors

·       Third parties engaged in fraud prevention and detection

·       Law enforcement or other government authorities

·       Where we have your consent to do so or otherwise where we are legally permitted to do so

·       Share with third parties who enable us to provide our products and services which may include:

o   payment processors such as Stripe, PayPal, Xero, Afterpay, Shopify who may process your payment for any products and services bought from us;

o   Social media and analytics such as Facebook, Instagram and Google Adwords for purpose of custom audience generation and the development of targeting criteria;

o   Other third parties for processing and holding Data that enables us to ensure you are kept informed of our products and/or services, logins and marketing material, offers, promotions, newsletters and blogs.

Payment Security

All of our real time credit card authorisations are handled by PayPal and Shopify.  The following measures are taken to protect your data:

·       Payments are fully automated with an immediate response.

·       Your complete credit card number cannot be viewed by us or any outside party.

·       All transaction data is encrypted for storage , further protecting your credit card data. 

PayPal is widely respected for providing secure and reliable online payment solutions. We have chosen to deal with the best so you can feel safe that your personal information is kept safe and secure at all times. While we attempt to protect the information in our possession, no security system is perfect and we cannot promise that information about you will remain secure in all circumstances.

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an information security standard for all organisations that handle branded credit cards from major card schemes.  PCI DSS is a standard mandated by the card brands like Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover and is managed by the PCI Security Standards Council.

PCI-DSS requirements help ensure the secure handling of credit card information through our Site and the service providers.

Age of consent

By using this site, you warrant that you are at least the age of majority in your State or Territory of residence.  Our Site should not be used by anyone under the age of majority and we do not knowingly collect data from anyone under the age of majority.

Cookies and how to block them

We use cookies, this helps us improve the products and services we provide. 

What are cookies?

Unfortunately they are not the edible kind!  “Cookies” are data files that are placed on your device or computer and often include an anonymous unique identifier.  Cookies can also be used to analyse traffic and for advertising and marketing purposes.  They do not harm your systems and the HELP function in your browser will tell you how to restrict or block the cookies.  For more information about cookies, and how to disable cookies, visit  If you use browser settings to block all cookies, you may not be able to access all or parts of our Site.

Governing law

This Privacy Policy and your use of this Site is governed in all respects by the laws of Australia. 

Updates to our Privacy Policy

Please make sure to check in on our Privacy Policy periodically, as we may update this Privacy Policy from time to time in order to reflect, for example, changes to our practices or for other operational, legal or regulatory reasons.  We will always ensure that the current date of the Privacy Policy also known as the “Effective Date” is prominently displayed at the very top of this Privacy Policy so you know its the latest version.

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29 Aug 3-2-1 : On the importance of learning curve

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday!

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 tips on the importance of learning curve:  

I. The first few years of a child's life are a time of rapid learning. The brain is like the sponge, soaking up new information and experiences. This is a critical time to expose children to a variety of stimuli, both in terms of the environment and the people they interact with.

II. The learning curve for young children is very steep. This means that they are making significant progress in a short amount of time. However, it also means that they can easily get overwhelmed. It is important to be patient and understanding as they learn and grow.

III. The most important thing you can do to support your child's learning is to be present. This means giving them your full attention when they are interacting with you, and providing them with opportunities to explore and learn in their own way.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." - Steve Jobs

II. "The best way to learn is by doing." - Aristotle

1 Parenting Question for you

How can I help my child overcome challenges in their learning curve?


Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

15 Aug 3-2-1 : Cultivating and nurturing a beginners mind

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday!

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 tips on cultivating and nurturing a beginners mind:

I. Embrace the joy of exploration: Encourage your child's natural curiosity and sense of wonder by creating an environment that fosters exploration. Provide them with open-ended toys, materials, and experiences that inspire imaginative play and discovery. Embrace their questions, engage in their imaginative journeys, and cultivate a lifelong love for learning.

II. Model curiosity and learning: Children are highly observant and often imitate the behaviors they see. Embrace your own beginner's mind by demonstrating a genuine curiosity for the world around you. Engage in new activities, learn alongside your child, and share your enthusiasm for exploring and acquiring new knowledge. Your example will inspire their own love for learning.

III. Emphasize the process, not just the outcome: Encourage your child to focus on the process of learning rather than solely on the end result. Celebrate their efforts, persistence, and the lessons they learn along the way, regardless of the outcome. Emphasize the value of growth, improvement, and embracing challenges as opportunities to expand their understanding.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. "In the beginner's mind, there are many possibilities; in the expert's mind, there are few." - Shunryu Suzuki

II. "The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge." - Daniel J. Boorstin

1 Parenting Question for you

What is the one thing you can do today to foster and cultivate a beginner's mind in your child?

 Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

1 Aug 3-2-1 : Helping your child develop responsibility

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday!

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 tips for helping your child develop responsibility:  
I. Foster intrinsic motivation: Instead of solely relying on external rewards or punishments, focus on cultivating intrinsic motivation in your child. Encourage them to take responsibility for their actions and choices by emphasizing the inherent satisfaction and sense of accomplishment that come from doing things well.

II. Start early with age-appropriate tasks: Introduce age-appropriate responsibilities to your child from an early age. Involving children in tasks such as tidying up their toys, setting the table, or helping with simple household chores can instill a sense of responsibility and ownership. Ensure the tasks are manageable and provide guidance as needed.

III. Encourage problem-solving and decision-making: Empower your child to make decisions and solve problems within safe boundaries. Offer them opportunities to think critically, consider consequences, and take ownership of their choices. This cultivates a sense of responsibility and helps them develop important life skills.

2 Quotes from Others : 
I. "In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility." - Eleanor Roosevelt

II. "Freedom is not the absence of responsibility; it is the ability to choose our responsibilities." - Pauline R. Kezer

1 Parenting Question for you
What is the one task you can involve your child in today and can do so consistently?


Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

18 Jul 3-2-1 : Importance and Benefits of Self-Worth to your Child's development

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the Importance and Benefits of Self-Worth to your Child's development:

I. Embrace your child's uniqueness: Every child is unique, with their own strengths and interests. Instead of comparing your child to others, celebrate their individuality. Encourage their passions and provide opportunities for them to explore and develop their own talents.

II. Shift focus to growth, not comparison: Rather than comparing your child's achievements to those of others, focus on their personal growth and progress. Celebrate their efforts, resilience, and small victories. Encourage them to set goals and work towards self-improvement, emphasizing the journey rather than the destination.

III. Foster a positive self-image: Help your child develop a strong sense of self-worth and confidence. Teach them to value their own unique qualities and talents, rather than seeking external validation. Encourage them to practice self-compassion and embrace their imperfections as part of their growth and learning process.

2 Quotes from Others :

I. "Comparison is the death of joy." - Mark Twain

II. "Don't compare your beginning to someone else's middle." - Jon Acuff

1 Parenting Question for you.

What is the one you can do consistently to foster a healthy self-esteem and a positive body image in your children to help them navigate the challenges of societal pressures and the tendency to compare themselves to others? 

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

4 Jul 3-2-1 : Benefits of imagination on your Child's development

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the benefits of imagination on your Child's development:

I. Imagination helps to foster creativity and innovation in children. When children use their imagination, they are able to come up with new and unique ideas and explore different possibilities. This is essential for problem-solving, as it helps children to think outside the box and develop creative solutions to challenges they may face in the future.

II. Imagination plays a crucial role in a child's emotional and social development. Through imaginative play, children are able to express and explore their emotions, develop empathy and social skills, and learn to communicate effectively with others. This can have a positive impact on their overall well-being, as it helps them to develop strong relationships and navigate complex social situations.

III. Imagination is also important for a child's cognitive development. When children engage in imaginative play, they are able to use their imaginations to create new worlds, scenarios, and characters. This stimulates their brain and helps to improve their memory, attention span, and critical thinking skills. Additionally, imaginative play can help to foster a love of learning, as children are naturally curious and excited to explore new ideas and concepts.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. "Imagination does not become great until human beings, given the courage and the strength, use it to create."- Maria Montessori

II. "Imagination is not just a childhood thing. It's our ability to picture different futures, different pathways."- Sir Ken Robinson

1 Parenting Question for you

How can you encourage your child's imagination and creativity to support their overall development?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

20 June 3-2-1 : Benefits of observation to your Child's development

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the benefits of observation to your Child's development:  

I. As parents, it's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day chaos of taking care of a young child. However, taking a step back and observing their behavior can provide valuable insights into their development. Set aside some time each day to simply watch your child play or interact with their environment. Take note of their facial expressions, body language, and communication attempts. This will give you a better understanding of their needs and interests, which will ultimately help you support their growth.

II. Communication is key when it comes to parenting, but it's not just about talking. Mindful listening is the practice of fully focusing on what your child is saying, without interrupting or getting distracted. It's about giving them your full attention and responding in a way that shows you understand and value their thoughts and feelings. By practicing mindful listening, you'll not only build a stronger bond with your child but also gain valuable insights into their behavior and needs.

III. By paying close attention to your child's behavior, you can identify areas where they may need extra support or encouragement. For example, if you notice your child struggling with a particular task, you can step in and provide guidance or resources to help them succeed. On the other hand, if you observe your child excelling in a certain area, you can provide opportunities for them to further develop their skills.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. "The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes."- Marcel Proust "

II. "Observation is the key to discovery and understanding. By keenly observing the world around us, we can unravel its mysteries and unlock new realms of knowledge."- Jane Goodall

1 Parenting Question for you

What's one thing you've observed about your child recently that has surprised or impressed you? How can you use this observation to support their growth and development?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

13 June 3-2-1 : How repetition can benefit your child's development

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on how repetition can benefit your child's development:

I. Repetition helps to build neural pathways in a child's brain, which strengthens the connections between brain cells. This means that the more a child repeats a particular action or task, the easier it becomes for their brain to perform that action or task in the future. This can have a significant impact on a child's overall cognitive development, as it helps to improve their memory, learning, and problem-solving abilities.

II. Repetition is crucial for developing a child's motor skills, especially in the early years of life. Through repetition, children learn to coordinate their movements and develop the muscle memory needed to perform various actions, such as crawling, walking, or using utensils. Repetition also helps to strengthen the muscles, which can have a positive impact on a child's physical development.

III. Repetition helps to create a sense of comfort and security for children, especially in new or unfamiliar situations. When children repeat familiar actions or routines, such as a bedtime routine or a favorite activity, they feel more in control and less anxious. This can be especially important for children who struggle with anxiety or other emotions, as it provides a sense of predictability and stability in their lives.

2 Quotes from others on how repetition can benefit your child's development: 

I. "Repetition is the secret of perfection, and this is why the adult tries to reproduce something a child has done repeatedly."- Maria Montessori, The Secret of Childhood

II. "Repetition is the very basis of learning. The more a person repeats something, the more his mind becomes disposed to grasp it."- Maria Montessori, The Absorbent Mind

1 Parenting Question for you

What can I do to help my child improve their skills and abilities through repetitive activities or tasks?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

30 May 3-2-1 : Benefits of a Child on Acquiring Mastery

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the Benefits of a Child on Acquiring Mastery :  

I. Mastery of a skill or subject matter gives children a sense of accomplishment and self-assurance. When kids master a new skill, they feel more confident in their abilities, which can help them tackle new challenges and take on more difficult tasks. This increased confidence can have a positive impact on all areas of their life.

II. Mastery requires practice, dedication, and perseverance. When children work to master a skill or subject, they learn the value of persistence and the rewards of hard work. They also develop a growth mindset, which helps them see challenges as opportunities to learn and grow, rather than as obstacles to overcome.

III. Mastery is essential for deep learning and understanding. When children master a subject or skill, they gain a deeper understanding of the underlying concepts and can apply their knowledge in new and varied situations. Mastery also allows children to build on their existing knowledge and skills, which can help them succeed academically and in life. Additionally, mastery of a subject or skill can lead to greater engagement and enjoyment, which can further enhance learning."

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times.”- Bruce Lee

II. "Mastery is not a function of genius or talent. It is a function of time and intense focus applied to a particular field of knowledge" -Robert Greene

1 Parenting Question for you

How can you encourage your child to pursue mastery of a skill or subject, and why is it important for their development?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

16 May 3-2-1 : Benefits on being here and now

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the benefits on being here and now:

1. It's tempting to always entertain your children, but it's important to let them get bored.This allows them to use their imagination and creativity to come up with their own fun.Give them some unstructured playtime without any devices, and see what they come up with.

2. Mindfulness is the practice of being present and aware of your thoughts and surroundings. You can startteaching your child mindfulness by engaging them in simple breathing exercises or asking them to namethree things they see, hear, or feel. This can help them develop emotional intelligence and bettermanage their emotions.

3. Establishing a calming bedtime routine can help your child wind down and prepare for sleep. This couldinclude a warm bath, reading a book, or practicing relaxation techniques. By creating a calming environment,you can help your child sleep better and improve their overall well-being.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. "Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have. Make the Now the primary focus of your life."- Eckhart Tolle

II. "Life is a preparation for the future; and the best preparation for the future is to live as if there were none."- Albert Einstein"

1 Parenting Question for you

What are some practical ways you can  can practice being fully present with your child without getting distracted by other tasks or technology?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

2 May 3-2-1 : The importance of practice to a child's development

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the importance of practice to a child's development:

I. Skill Development: Practice is essential for children to develop their skills in various areas. Whether it's learning a musical instrument, a sport, or a new language, regular practice helps children to master the necessary skills and techniques to become proficient. The more they practice, the better they become, and the more confident they feel about their abilities.

II. Discipline and Work Ethic: Practicing regularly instills discipline and a strong work ethic in children. It teaches them the importance of committing to a goal and putting in the necessary effort to achieve it. Consistent practice also helps children to develop patience, perseverance, and resilience, all of which are important life skills that will serve them well in the future.

III. Improved Confidence and Self-Esteem: Regular practice can also help children to improve their confidence and self-esteem. As they see themselves making progress and achieving their goals, they feel a sense of accomplishment and pride in their abilities. This positive reinforcement can lead to increased self-confidence, which can have a positive impact on their overall well-being and success in life.

2 Quotes from Others: 

I. Repetition is the mother of learning, the father of action, which makes it the architect of accomplishment." - Zig Ziglar

II. Practice is not just about repetition and getting better at something. It's about making new connections in the brain." - Dr. Judy Willis

1 Parenting Question for you

How can you encourage your child to practice regularly and effectively, and help them understand the benefits of consistent practice in achieving their goals?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

18 Apr 3-2-1 : How to use Narration instead to praise your child

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on the benefits and how to use Narration instead to praise your child:  

I. Narration is a way of describing a child's actions in detail and in a positive light. By narrating a child's positive behavior, we are reinforcing it and helping them develop a positive self-image. When children hear the things they do describe in a positive way, they feel good about themselves and are more likely to continue that behavior.

II. Praising a child through narration helps build their confidence. When children hear positive things about their actions, they feel good about themselves and their abilities. This positive reinforcement can help them develop a sense of self-efficacy, which is crucial for success in all areas of life.

III. Narrating a child's actions and behaviors can help them develop their language skills. By describing what they are doing, you are helping them learn new words and understand the meanings behind them. This can help them improve their vocabulary and communication skills, which will be beneficial throughout their lives. Additionally, narration can help children learn to express themselves and their emotions more effectively.

2 Quotes from Others : I. When you compliment your children, praise them for inner qualities such as kindness, honesty and perseverance so they will strive to contribute to the world in meaningful ways.— Toni SchuttaII. It's not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It's our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.— L.R. Knost

1 Parenting Question for youHow can you incorporate narration as a way to praise your child without it sounding insincere or forced?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

4 Apr 3-2-1 : How to develop a love for learning from within in your child

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips on how to develop a love for learning from within in your child : 

I. Childhood is a time of exploration and experimentation. It's natural for children to make mistakes and stumble as they learn new skills and develop their abilities. In fact, making mistakes is an important part of the learning process as it helps children understand what works and what doesn't.

II. When children face challenges and setbacks, it helps them develop resilience and the ability to bounce back from adversity. This is an important life skill that will serve them well throughout their lives, as they encounter obstacles and setbacks in various areas of their lives.

III. Allowing children to have an imperfect start can also foster creativity and innovation. When children are free to explore and experiment without the pressure to be perfect, they are more likely to come up with creative solutions and ideas that they might not have otherwise considered. This can help them develop a sense of curiosity and a lifelong love of learning.

 2 Quotes from Others : 

"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." - Winston Churchill 

"I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." - Thomas Edison 

1 Parenting Question for you

Can you think of a time in your life when an imperfect start ultimately led to a successful outcome?  

Until Upper Week Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

7 Mar 3-2-1 : Importance & Benefits of Building Confidence in your child, Fostering Creativity, and Navigating Challenges

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday! 

Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Tips for Building your child's confidence :

I. Celebrate small wins and acknowledge efforts to reinforce positive behavior and build self-esteem.

II. Encourage children to take risks and try new things to help them develop a growth mindset and overcome the fear of failure.

III. Allow children to struggle when they attempt to solve the problem. Wait 17 seconds before you offer help or direction. If they solve the problem, you have helped them develop patience, problem-solving skills, and confidence.

2 Quotes from Others : 

I. “There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period.” - Brene Brown

II. "Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." - Albert Einstein

1 Parenting Question for you
What is one thing you have found to be effective in overcoming obstacles consistently, and how can you apply it to your parenting?

Until Next Tuesday, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo

3 Mar 3-2-1 : How to Nurture a Lifelong Passion for Learning

Happy 3-2-1 Tuesday!
 Here are 3 tips, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week.

3 Ideas to Nurture a Lifelong Passion for Learning :

  1. Model the behavior you want to see in your children. They are always watching and learning from you.
  2. Remember that every child learns differently. Don't try to fit your child into a mold that doesn't work for them. Instead, adapt your parenting style to their individual needs.
  3. Encourage them to try new things, make mistakes, and learn from them. It helps them develop a growth mindset that will serve them well throughout their lives.

2 Quotes on Purposeful Learning : 

  1. "I cannot emphasize enough the importance of a good teacher." - Temple Grandin 
  2. "Children are not things to be molded, but are people to be unfolded." - Jess Lair 

1 Parenting Question for you

What is one thing you can do this week to encourage your child's natural curiosity and love of learning?

Until Next Time, Love & Light ❤️

Team Nino Mondo