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Distracting Children When Misbehaving
Distracting Children When Misbehaving
Information for parents and other carers about using distraction and redirection techniques when children misbehave, rather than engaging in more traditional, but…...
Eliminating Your Child's Temptations
Eliminating Your Child's Temptations
Eliminating temptation is a good way to minimise the headaches associated with your children exploring their environments....
Experiencing Negative Consequences of a Decision
Experiencing Negative Consequences of a Decision
Experiencing a negative consequence of a decision is a powerful learning tool for children. If possible pick an appropriate situation, allow your child to experience…...
Grounding Children
Grounding Children
Grounding children is a method of discipline that many parents embrace. This article offers parents answers to some frequently asked questions regarding Groundings....
Positive and Negative Reinforcement for Good Behaviour
Positive and Negative Reinforcement for Good Behaviour
Parents often use positive and negative reinforcement to help guide their children towards appropriate behaviour. This article discusses positive and negative…...
Smacking and Children
Smacking and Children
Smacking, or the light hitting of a child, remains legal within certain guidelines throughout the United Kingdom. This article offers basic information on smacking and…...
Taking Away Privileges
Taking Away Privileges
Many parents choose to take away their children’s privileges as a method of discipline. This article offers parents basic information on taking away privileges as an…...
Using 'Time Out' as a Punishment
Using 'Time Out' as a Punishment
A look at the popular method of disciplining children known as time out, including recommendations for utilising it to the greatest advantage....
Using Warnings to Control Behaviour
Using Warnings to Control Behaviour
A look at using warnings as a means of controlling the behaviour of children - stresses the importance of consistency and follow up on the part of the parents so that…...
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