Heather Taggart (Perfectscents)
Last updated 5 years ago
Positive Parenting Connection: Toddlers to Tweens
I'm not to sure about this as a child's time out...perhaps before the need for a timeout...or when u see another child having a melt down. Though I do agree in directing and teaching kids this is how to give yourself a time out...but don't know that it would work in this age group. ....been there done more. Original pin"Love this, because time out never works!"
How to Punish Your Kids- Choosing Appropriate Consequences
Choosing appropriate consequences for children: Be consistent with rules and consequences-Parents need to work as a team (be on the same page) - Give warnings when you can - choose punishment that fits the crime - Don't choose punishments while you are angry
Dear Mom of the Child Who Hits, I'm sure my child is not the first one your child has hit.
Dear Mom of the Child Who Hits --- real, mom-to-mom help because you are learning and seeing that ignoring the problem is simply not working. Here's help -- and an honest point of view from the mom of kids who are never the hitters, but the hitted. @alicanwrite
Hacked by Mr.0neDaX
The entire topic of lying is a complicated one for parents to tackle, as the social necessity of tiny “white lies” makes the subject a murky one for kids to grasp. One thing that all parents agree on, regardless of parenting style, is the need to teach children that blatant dishonesty for personal gain is wrong. For repeat offenders, here are ten ways to teach the consequences of lying.
The Best Tips on Disciplining Children, According to Experienced Teachers
Have you noticed how kids behave differently at school than at home? As an early education teacher, one of the most common questions I get from parents how I get the children to behave. Here are the discipline techniques I've learned that work at both school and home.