Acting out scenarios and engaging in pretend play is a fun way to help your child learn new skills and practice new behavior in a safe environment.
Step into your child's world and engage in pretend role playing as a way to help your child learn new behavior and prepare for specific situations.
No matter what type of discipline you use, or what type of consequences you try, your discipline won't be effective unless you've got these basic components.
Follow these discipline strategies to avoid overindulging your child.
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Teach your child age appropriate manners and etiquette and he'll gain respect from his peers as well as adults around him.
These six strategies will encourage your teen to do his chores and you won't have nag him to get them done on time.
Sometimes a child's behavior problems can be warning signs of a more serious behavior disorder that requires professional treatment.
Kids know when you're talking on the phone and they often use the opportunity to misbehave. These discipline strategies can help you hold a phone call in peace.
Talking over people and interrupting is a bad habit for many kids. Teach your child how to wait for his turn in a conversation so he doesn't interrupt people.