Parenting - Behaviour | 3-12 yrs

Encouraging Good Behaviour

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Your child’s behaviour is what would reflect his character to others around him. What others view him is based on how he behaves. So, it is necessary that you encourage your child to develop good behaviour. And the earlier you start, the better it is.

All kids do misbehave at some time and resorting to violence to solve your child’s attitude will only do the opposite of solving it. Instead, you can use praise, encouragement, and logic in a positive, yet stern, way to disciple him.

And, the best way to do this would be to just show it to them. That is, be a role model.

This ClipBook poses more positive and useful suggestions you could use to raise a well-behaved child. As his good behaviour could bring you nothing but pride and happiness, start working on encouraging it.

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