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How to discipline kids when you want to reach their hearts. This whole blog is great, I'm saving it for future reference.

If done correctly, time-outs can be an effective method of disciplining kids. Watch our time-out dos and don’ts: www.parents.com/...

The do-over method of child discipline actually teaches children appropriate behavior by repetition of the right way.

How do you discipline your kids? Find 18 tips for how to discipline and manage behavior in kids from real moms who've been there at B-InspiredMama.com.

Really Good reminders. Molly is hitting the terrible twos RIGHT before her baby sister arrives :)

Try this simple and effective discipline method to improve your kid’s behavior in 60 seconds flat. www.parents.com/...

If Time-Out isn't working to discipline your child -- try a TIME-IN! Great parenting tip!

Even when they’re mean to you it’s all for the best. | 20 Reasons Your Parents Are The Absolute Greatest

Discipline and Your Intense Child

Scripture-Based Discipline, family rules canvas...putting Nader chores since I need to make this and a chore chart still.

7 Discipline Mistakes All Moms Make: these are actually really good. I especially the 'why timeouts don't work for all kids and WHEN we should use them' part

What do you do when your kids turn up the heat and your blood starts boiling?

grounded letter - If You're Not Grounding Your Kids Like This Mom, You're Doing It Wrong | The Stir

Chore charts! Include in tidying up...it teaches them responsibility and self-discipline. Use pictures rather than words for very young kids who can't read yet. Don't forget to make cleaning up FUN!!

How to Raise a Happy, Successful & Cooperative Child Infogram (Carol Tuttle, the Child Whisperer via Art Bar)

The Harmony Jar...great idea! Doing it today. When the kids fight or misbehave, they pick a stick from the harmony jar. Some things are chores and many are things to do for the other sibling. She has a list. great blog too

reward kids cards. Fill a jar with reward cards,each card also has *points* to save up or redeem at surprise box. Great idea!

House rules are a must. However, knowing the purpose for discipline enriches the child's understanding and need for following the rules. Divine order

Natural Discipline For Ages 1-7: How to work with a child's development (rather than fight against it) to teach behavior

"Initiative" Chart to help kids take initiative from OneFunMom.com. (Ready to take chores online? Try FamZoo.com)

WHEN your kids ARGUE…what do you do? Here are some GREAT tips to help you! Get Along Jar: Creative Discipline to Combat Sibling Bickering by Heather Riggleman at @The M.O.M. Initiative

Positive Discipline: I love you, AND the answer is, “No.”