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'.
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
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.