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    Find 10 ways to discipline kids without controlling them through punishment or rewards. Part of the positive parenting series at One Time Through. #parenting

    This get along jar to use to discipline kids is one of the best discipline ideas I've seen in a long time! So easy to make, too! I can't wait to try this!

    Positive discipline is making a comeback on the parenting-front. Find out how to Get Kids to Listen (Without Yelling!) & Reduce Parenting Stress!

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    10 tactics to avoid when disciplining your kids. Great thoughts, but what it's missing are some POSITIVE tactics.

    Author and mom, Lisa Whelchel, shares some of the creative consequences she’s come up with to help her discipline her children.

    How to discipline your kids with the rubber band method is about how one mom was taught to appreciate her son 3 times a day with rubber bands to remind her to do so. It changed her parenting style for the better and it could change yours!

    How can we use the moment to point them to Christ? It's the question that most heavily weighs on my heart, too. I want my children to respond to authority and correction in a manner that would be pleasing to God. These 3 questions have helped us focus the moment on what really counts!

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

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

    Tips on Raising a Strong Willed Child from Kim at The Educators' Spin On It

    Sometimes we get too soft in our parenting. We want the best for our children, and we sometimes don’t realize that the best for our child doesn’t always look very pretty. These are called “consequences.” Today I wanted to talk about consequences that make sense for kids. It’s our struggles and our consequences that make us learn and become stronger and more apt to make right decisions. If we don’t… <a ...

    I LOVE this idea and will be implementing this in our high boy-energy house ASAP... I mostly love her reasoning behind it ("...I don't want to just assign something and walk away... I want the consequence to be a bit of a hassle for me. It prevents me from punishing him without following through and teaching him...")

    Discipline and Your Intense Child: gifted children, high spirited children, intense kids, discipline, tips and tricks, behavior management

    stop yelling and start making them responsible..sometimes a visual will help them to remember where they're at and curb naughty behavior.

    Quirky Discipline Rules That Work. I LOVE the 8pm Rule, the boredom rule, the money rule, the whining rule ... you get the idea :)

    Does it drive you nuts that your children interrupt you? There is a simple and effective solution. With a little training, you can fix this!

    Sometimes toddlers develop very bad habits -- behavior that is rude and unacceptable. And sometimes, busy moms don't recognize the behavior. It took two well-meaning adults to point out my toddler's negative behavior and open my eyes. Check out this list to see if you need to address some bad habits in your toddler's life!

    The One-Week Fix for Bad Behavior My plan was to end my kids' whining, hitting, and tantrums in seven days. But first I had to change my own actions. Expecting kids to be bad is a self-fulfilling prophecy. "When you label your child, make sure it's positive so he has something to live up to," she told me.