MVP Kids- Help Me Become and Understand Series

Having three children on the autism spectrum, social stories are a huge aspect of our lives.  We are constantly looking for books that help teach them skills that are hard for them to understand.  I am so excited about the newest edition to the Real MVP Kids Series! Two brand new books  called Lucas Tames the Anger Dragon and Stomp out Selfishness.  These brand new, high quality books are apart of the Help Me Become and Help Me Understand series!

Real MVP kids books are social stories that help inspire character in children.  The first set of  series were called Celebrate!, which is a book series for preschoolers.   These books have been a real help with our little man.  Little man is three now and has autism, so social stories area huge part of his routine.  They make things predictable for him which helps relieve everyone’s anxiety!

Teaching Children Empathy and Anger Control - Real MVP Kids Help Me Series Teaches Early Elementary aged children important skills in a way they can understand. Great Social Stories for your children with Autism, ADHD, and other Special Needs

REAL MVP KIDS

Help Me, A Book Series for School Aged Children

I could not be more excited than I was to finally open the newest series of books by Real MVPKids.  These amazing books have been such a huge resource for our son, so now that they are available for older children I am beyond thrilled!

Stomp Out Selfishness

Help Me Become Considerate

Overcoming Selfishness & Becoming Considerate

How can our MVP Kids® overcome selfishness? Join Yong, Olivia and LeBron as they spend their Saturday morning learning to put others first. Stomp Out Selfishness with our MVP Kids® as you read these short stories on becoming considerate.

Available on Amazon!


Lucas Tames the Anger Dragon

Help Me Understand Anger & Learn Delight

Sometimes anger turns a great kid into an out-of-control fire-breathing dragon! Find out how Lucas’ family keeps him safe and helps him understand and control his anger. With a fresh attitude, Lucas resets the day and learns to shield anger with delight.

Available on Amazon!

 

The Mom Kind Reader’s Special Offer:

All Real MVP Kids books are now available both at their website and amazon.  If you head over to Real MVPkids,  our coupon code MOMKIND  will take one dollar off per book. If two or more books are ordered, then shipping is free!

 
Teaching Children Empathy and Anger Control - Real MVP Kids Help Me Series Teaches Early Elementary aged children important skills in a way they can understand. Great Social Stories for your children with Autism, ADHD, and other Special Needs
Teaching Children Empathy and Anger Control - Real MVP Kids Help Me Series Teaches Early Elementary aged children important skills in a way they can understand. Great Social Stories for your children with Autism, ADHD, and other Special Needs

 

real mvpkids books - books that inspire character in children
By TheMomKind

Alicia Trautwein is an Autism advocate, writer, motivational speaker, and dedicated mom of four. Alicia’s desire to advocate for Autism comes from her own autism diagnosis and that of her three children, niece, and brother. Her life’s mission is to educate on autism acceptance and change the world for future generations of autistic individuals.

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  • MVP Kids® – Help Me Become and Understand Series – Real MVP Kids® -

    […] The Mom Kind blogger, Alicia Trautwein, loved our Celebrate! Series™ books! The Mom Kind is a blog helping neurodiverse families as Alicia shares her experiences in parenting children both with and without autism. Check out her full review here. […]

  • […] Sophia Day has done an amazing job of creating social stories to help nurture children’s character and social and emotional learning. Their mission is to equip parents, teachers, and caregivers to engage kids with inspiring entertainment. Learn more about MVPkids here. […]

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