Teaching Your Toddler Discipline & Chores

Teaching Your Toddler Discipline & Chores

From the moment that you find out you are going to be a parent.  Your life takes on a dramatic change. You are suddenly faced with the reality that every choice you make is no longer just about you.  This post has some great ideas on how you can make better choices and grow wonderful people. Discipline Time outs can be an effective form of discipline for your children.  Time outs give the child an opportunity to think about what they have done.  They also give everyone a little "cooling off" period before problems can escalate.  Give your child one minute of time out for every year old they are. Begin enforcing discipline techniques when your child is very young.  Even if you think that your child can't understand what you are teaching them, it is extremely important for you to begin establishing positive behaviors at an early age.  It is very hard to change a negative behavior once it has developed. Chores To instill the ethic of hard work in your children give them chores.  Make sure they are of varying degrees of difficulty with corresponding rewards.  The easiest task will have the simplest reward and the hardest task the best reward.  In this way they will learn that hard work pays off, and very little work has very little reward. Start teaching your child to do chores at a young age.  Even a 3-year-old can be taught to do basic chores, like feeding the dog or picking up toys.  This will instill in your child the idea that he plays an important role in the family.  It will boost his self-esteem. You want your kids to grow up strong and smart.  You want them to be well-behaved people and make proper choices.  All of that begins with showing them what it is to be a good person and a loving parent.  Hopefully, you have gained a few ideas on how you can accomplish that from this article.


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