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  • Joyce Atkins

    21 creative consequence. Some really good ideas for creative discipline. ~REB

  • Jennifer Corrigan-Drury

    21 Creative Consequences for kids. What great ideas! Some actual good ideas!

  • Rachel Shaw

    21 creative parenting ideas for consequences-LOVE some of these!

  • Linda Bogojevski Oleksik

    21 creative consequences . . . all I can say is that I'm glad my Mom wasn't on Pinterest when I was a child! some of these are really clever ideas Great ideas.

  • Caitlin Walton

    21 creative consequences for kids - discipline ideas

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10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear. This is an awesome list whenever opportunity presents itself, and with this list, I may just do it even more often!

different kids, different needs. be intuitive, not reactive --> discipline less.

Strong-Willed Child. Awesome advice. I love how it explains why you need to do certain things, and the child's perception of disagreements. Really really liked this.

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time out chair- HA!! love it! i can see needing this is the future with our busy little guy. ;)

Creative consequences for little hearts. These are good.

How to raise a happy child while disciplining less

Love this idea! Consequences That Actually Work! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."

Good ideas & explanations, I think it important to add that you must think before threatening or drawing lines in the sand. Follow through is important, so speak after thinking, know why you're doing it and then DO whatever you've claimed to do. Otherwise kids will not trust your boundaries.