Ways to show your children you care about them

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Tell them you're proud - Telling a child you're proud of them is such a simple and powerful thing to say. 

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Teach them - Don't just help them out with homework–actually teach them something cool. Kids love to learn new things.

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Show some affection - A nice hug, a high five, a kiss–anything goes to show that you love them and that you're there for them.

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Let them help you out - Kids love to feel important. Doing a task just like an adult is a big deal for them. Let them help out with some tasks. They'll love it!

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Play with them - Just spend some time playing with your children. It can mean a lot to them.

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Display their work - It's always nice to display a drawing, a playdough sculpture, or a card your kid has given you as a gift.

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Make them feel safe - Create a safe and comfortable environment for your children to live in. 

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Ask their opinion - Ask them for their input. Many times, they do have an opinion. Let them know their opinion matters.

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Talk to them - They will have things on their mind they want to tell you. Just have a nice conversation with your kids.

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Be present, even if you're busy - Be approachable. Let the kids know that you're busy, but they'll have your full attention in a bit.

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Greet them with a smile - It's important to smile at children. Always greet them with a smile.

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Celebrate their birthday - Birthdays are a big deal for kids. Make them feel special and celebrate their birthdays with enthusiasm.

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Compliment them - Do it often, even on little things, such as the way they're dressed.

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Make eye contact - Look children in the eye when you talk to them. Focus on them and let them know they have your full attention.

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Make bedtime special - Whether you read them a bedtime story, or just tuck them in and kiss them goodnight, make it consistent and positive.

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