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The 3-Step Method That Will Change the Way You Parent—Forever

Positive discipline for kids begins with a simple, yet genius 3-step coaching method that will help you learn how to make kids listen and keep a peaceful home. via @lauren9098

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This is a little above my students' level, but if the slip were to be modified to be a visual slip, it could still fulfill the role of forcing students to define and address their misbehavior.

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Simple discipline technique - being positive! I used to give time-out after time-out and this is more effective for my 6-year-old. I count 1-2-3 before moving his name down to give him a chance to correct. And an end-of-day reward is great incentive to stay in the 'Happy zone'.

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from Rookie Parenting Science

10 Things Every Rookie Parent Should Know (Free Guide)

CRETE DAY 2- Another colored chart describing the difference between discipline and punishment. Reactive vs. proactive

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Behavior Chart: A chart of bad behavior, scripture and consequences - this links to the transcript of a teaching on discipline from a Godly perspective. Fantastic tool!

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from eHow

How to Develop Positive Behavior and Discipline In a 1 Year Old

Start disciplining your child at an early age to instill good behavior.

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The Privilege Jar - This is an excellent idea for rewarding extremely good behavior and reinforcing that character traits you want to develop. _ I can also imagine a Consequences Jar. Level of consequences on color coded car. When they need discipline have the child pull a consequences card in the color code that is appropriate for the action

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Conflict resolution is an important behavior skill kids need to learn early to reduce sibling rivalry. This agreement helps outline what sibling behavior is acceptable, and most importantly what consequences a child can expect if they break the agreement and use poor behavior. If a child violates this agreement, the discipline for this child may involve kids agreeing do the chores of another sibling, receive a sibling’s allowance, or even clean their room.

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