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HOw to Grow

 remarkable kids

Positive Discipline based, research backed, parent tested

What do I get?


How to Grow Remarkable Kids is an introduction to Positive Discipline. This self-paced, video online series is for parents & caregivers of PRESCHOOLERS and TODDLERS.
Videos that teach, inspire and show tools you can use right away.
Info that is digestible and rich with examples.

This course gives you the framework of Positive Discipline parenting: a guideline and a compass to direct your parenting plan. It reminds us to ask:


Am I connecting?

Am I inviting capability?

Am I teaching?

How am I modeling?

What do they need to learn?

It’s the bridge that gets you from the challenges now to the skills they need when they are 25 years old. If we want to raise remarkable humans, how do we do that? What does it look like?


We show you how to teach life skills,

invite cooperation, build strong relationships

and find the joy and humor in everyday moments.


The result? Capable, confident and remarkable kids (and parents).


under 5 mins

Experience what a Positive Discipline home looks like with real families

(no actors, no PowerPoint, no judgment).

Flexible & Accesible

Learn at your own pace. Available on your computer or mobile phone, so you don't have to get a babysitter.

Private Coaching

Unlimited Q&A

Get all your questions answered by the Sproutable expert team.


Printable scripts, tools, and action plans to dig deeper when you want. 

“I loved the videos! It was very well made and incredibly rich.”

- Samira O, mother

You can be a parent who...

Enjoys family time
you will want to get away with them, not get away from them
Is savvy with each developmental stage
they change so fast! (Is this behavior developmentally appropriate or pathological?)
Is prepared
 has a parenting plan so you don't sound just like your mom or have to listen to the judgy parents in the park
Is part of a strong parenting team
get on the same page with your parenting partner, whether it's the love of your life, au pair, ex, or mother in law 
Practices self-care
we take care of you so you can take care of yourself
Sees mistakes as opportunities to learn
even the major f*ck ups
Feels Confident 
Repeat: "I am a wonderful parent." Let us distill the noise of parenting advice to lighten your mental load
Has thriving relationships
clear communication + mutual respect = home filled with love and respect

Seriously, I want this now. 

If you love science-backed and non-judgmental parenting insights as much as us, follow the link below to join our school.
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Positive Discipline

We incorporate Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline parent education based on the theories of psychologists Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs. Positive Discipline helps your child feel a sense of significance and belonging through learning important life skills of empowerment, self-reliance and cooperation. This parenting style encourages kindness and firmness at the same time.
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Sproutable's online Introduction to Positive Discipline series is an officially licensed Positive Discipline product.
Kindness is the way we interact and connect with our children, honoring their dignity and respecting their needs.
Firmness is the way we respect ourselves and the needs of the situation, as well as following through with what we say we are going to do.

“We believe in respectful relationships with children and with each other. Every interaction is an opportunity.”

- Julietta Skoog, Co-Founder

Science! (is awesome)

Brain Science    Language        Sensory         Social/Emotional

Gross Motor      Fine Motor      Adaptive       Executive Function  

We do the research. That's right. We only bring you information based on the latest research in early childhood development. This is NOT your Aunt Flo's opinions on child rearing from the 1940's.


Research-backed information 

curated for the modern parent.

Without understanding the science it is hard to change habits. It gives you the foundation to understand your child’s brain development. What can they do or understand at this age? What are age appropriate options? This is where we get super geeky - because we really love the science! 

The Whole Picture
We take a parenting challenge (e.g. tantrums), real moments (e.g. grocery shopping) and we break it down for you, so you can spend your precious time engaging with your kids instead of researching how to.
Learning Opportunities
Teaching how to calm down
Positive Discipline Tools
Positive Time Out Space
Research-backed Tips
Validating feelings tells the amygdala part of the brain to send the message
"I am safe" and helps your child calm down faster. 
Words to use
"That hurt when you fell down."
Words NOT to Use
"You're fine. That doesn't hurt"