“Setting your child up for daily successes is easier than trying to punish poor behavior.”
The key is to focus more on build good habits versus focusing on bad habits. Children’s brains are moldable, and these strategies will help mold them into people who have self-discipline and accountability.
We can all agree that many children will not have the very best discipline all the time.
To increase the level of discipline and effort your child gives to something, it is important we are constantly PROMPTING them to try hard and behave accordingly.
The simple act of setting up your child for success is the key to maximizing good behavior. When it comes to fostering self-discipline and accountability, PROMPTING is a powerful skill to remember!
Sometimes children make poor behavior choices simply because they are not paying attention.
Other times they make poor behavior choices because they have built a habit of making poor choices.
‘CATCH’ your child demonstrating good behavior and complimenting him/ her for it.
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