Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

6 Ways For Effective Disciplining

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Parenting is one of the toughest jobs on the planet. While every parent wants their child to be disciplined, only a few know effective disciplining techniques. As a result, most parents end up falling into some or the other disciplining trap.

Our ClipBook gives you some simple tips on how to discipline your child effectively.

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Child Discipline - What Is It?

Child discipline is one of the most important elements of successful parenting, yet more and more, parents just don't know what to do. Discipline (or training) might simply be defined as a ...

A Look At Discipline

Discipline is one of the biggest problems that every parent faces. You probably have wondered: "Was I too harsh?" "Did I do the right thing when I spanked Thomas?" "Am I being too easy on my...

Communicate

Every parent wants a disciplined child, but most parents are confused about what it really means to discipline. Do I need to punish my child to discipline him? How can I discipline my child?...

Use Praise

Praise is a simple but effective discipline strategy that increases good behavior. Pointing out when your child is following the rules or telling him that you appreciate his compliance will motivate him to...

Set Limits

A million times a day parents set limits with their children. While prior generations associated discipline with punishment, today we equate discipline with setting limits or educating kids about how...

Positive Time Out

Many parents and teachers say "Go to your room (or to the corner) and think about what you did." I'm amazed that many adults don't know the answer when I ask, "Do you know why that is a ludicrous...

Don't Punish

The purpose of discipline is to teach the child how to govern his own behavior, which requires teaching him about emotions, cause and effect, and equipping him with the skills he needs to...

Don't Criticise, Insult, And Yell

Most parents have raised their voices when disciplining their children, but new research suggest that doing so – especially if it involves shouting, cursing or using insults – may be ...

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