101 Ways to Praise a Child

  
* Wow 
* Way To Go 
* Super 
* You're Special 
* Outstanding 
* Excellent 
* Great 
* Good 
* Neat 
* Well Done 
* Remarkable 
* I Knew You Could Do It 
* I'm Proud Of You 
* Fantastic 
* Super Star 
* Nice Work 
* Looking Good 
* You're On Top Of It 
* Beautiful 
* Now You're Flying 
* You're Catching On 
* Now You've Got It 
* You Brighten My Day 
* I Respect You 
* You Mean The World To Me 
* That's Correct 
* You're A Joy 
* You're A Treasure 
* You're Wonderful 
* You're Fun 
* You're Growing Up 
* You Tried Hard 
* You Care 
* You're Incredible 
* Bravo 
* You're Fantastic 
* Hurray For You 
* You're On Target 
* You're On Your Way 
* How Nice 
* How Smart 
* Good Job 
* That's Incredible 
* Hot Dog 
* Dynamic 
* You're Beautiful 
* You're Unique 
* Nothing Can Stop You Now 
* Good For You 
* I like You 
* You're A Winner 
* Remarkable Job 
* Beautiful Work 
* Spectacular 
* You're Spectacular 
* You're A Darling 
* You're Precious 
* Great Discovery 
* You're Perfect 
* Awesome 
* A Plus Job 
* You're The Best 
* A Big Hug 
* A Big Kiss 
* Beautiful Sharing

* You've Discovered The Secret 
* You Figured It Out 
* Fantastic Job 
* Hip, Hip, Hurray 
* Bingo 
* Magnificent 
* Marvelous 
* Terrific 
* You're Important 
* Phenomenal 
* You're Sensational 
* Super Work 
* Creative Job 
* Super Job 
* Fantastic Job 
* Exceptional Performance 
* You're A Real Trooper 
* You Are Responsible 
* You Are Exciting 
* You Learned It Right 
* What An Imagination 
* What A Good Listener 
* Outstanding Performance 
* You're A Good Friend 
* I Trust You 
* You're Important 
* You Mean A Lot To Me 
* You Make Me Happy 
* You Belong 
* You've Got A Friend 
* You Make Me Laugh 
* I Love You!
  


 
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