Helping Your Child Make Good Choices Part 1

Are you tired of nagging your child about getting up and ready for school in the morning, cleaning up, washing their hands, sharing toys, or doing homework?  Let’s face it, our kids are not always going to make good choices.  In fact, some of their habits can be quite frustrating and draining as a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, teacher, etc.

Here’s a simple and positive approach that allows you to remove your drill sergeant hat and enables your child to take more responsibility for their actions. It has proven to be an effective tool for me as a classroom teacher and as a parent.  This positive discipline method will save you time, energy and most importantly relieve unecessary stress and create a positive connection with your child.

Click Helping Your Child Make Good Choices to watch a short video and  learn about the first step in helping to change your child’s habits.

 

 

 

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