Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

7 Tips For Good Parenting

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Parents strive to bring up their children in the best possible manner. However, it is also true that there is no single method for good parenting. Therefore, a, few tips on what parents can do to teach their child good behaviour and boost their child’s happiness and success can help a lot.

Read our ClipBook for some simple yet effective tips on good parenting.

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Be A Role Model

Parents serve as role models not only through direct interactions with their children, but through the examples they set with their attitude and behavior within the family and in the outside world. By addressing their...

Show Your Love

“He needs to toughen up.” It’s a line we’ve all heard more than once – sometimes from grandparents, from friends, or even from ourselves. We watch our children grow and we worry. We imagine them...

Communicate With Your Child

Let your child know when you think she has done something good. Praising your child is an important way to encourage good behaviors. Sometimes it can also help to let your child overhear you praising him...

Be An Active Listener

Like any skill, active listening takes time and practice to develop but is very rewarding for parents, carers and children. It is not only a skill that can help support healthy communication and strong relationships...

Understand Your Child Better

Understanding your child is one of the most important things that you should learn as a parent. It is very helpful in becoming effective in guiding and nurturing your child as they grow and mature. You need to...

Do Not Use Physical Punishment

There’s no way around it for parents – providing discipline for children represents a crucial component of your role as a parent. When a child’s inappropriate behavior annoys, frustrates and agitates, some parents...

Be Responsive

The Harvard Family Research Project defines responsive parenting as “the use of warm and accepting behaviors to respond to children’s needs and signals” (2012). Becoming increasingly responsive as a parent...

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