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Holiday and Summer Rules for Screen Time, Free Printable, Manage screen time for kids, Setting Screen Time Limits, Get Kids interested in fun activities.

Holiday and Summer Break Screen Time Rules for Kids - Natural Beach Living

Holiday and Summer Rules for Screen Time with a Screen Time Free Printable, Manage screen time for kids and Get Kids interested in fun activities. Use this daily schedule to help set boundaries and switch out screen time for fun activities for kids

Age Appropriate Chores for kids with free printable chore charts.

Age Appropriate Chores | Free Printable List of Chores per Age

Age Appropriate Chores for kids with free printable chore charts.

Chores for kids by age

Infographic: Chores for Kids

Starting chores at a young age instills confidence and responsibility into children. Use this chart to help know what chores your kids can do at what age.

Kids Chore Baskets

Kids Chore Baskets

A great help for parents that give household chores to their kids! -Purchase a few plastic baskets at dollar stores. -Print out a step by step instruction card for what you want cleaned in each room, labeling the top of the card with the name of the room you want cleaned. -Fill them with the contents needed to clean each room, and attach the direction card for that room onto the basket. Depending on your cleaning needs, and the products you use, you decide what products to put in the…

How to Build a Home That Boosts Self-Esteem

How to Build a Home That Boosts Self-Esteem

They say charity begins at home, but so do a slew of other qualities: compassion, chivalry, and, most importantly, confidence. Between bullies and the overly

Great information and tips on how to discipline a toddler. Many of these suggestions would work for a young preschooler as well. Much more than punishment!

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Learning how to discipline a toddler is important. Many people associate the word “discipline” with punishment, but discipline does not mean punishment. In fact, discipline is actually about teaching. Disciplining a toddler is about teaching correct behaviors and guiding actions. Tips for Disciplining A Toddler: Have Consistent Rules and Boundaries: Toddlers learn by watching, interacting, …

I'm not to sure about this as a child's time out...perhaps before the need for a timeout...or when u see another child having a melt down. Though I do agree in directing and teaching kids this is how to give yourself a time out...but don't know that it would work in this age group. ....been there done more. Original pin"Love this, because time out never works!"

Positive Parenting Connection: Toddlers to Tweens

If you have read about the benefits of skipping time out in favor of other ways to guide children but are not sure where to start, here are twelve...

Crying helps children offload feelings. Great suggestions for how to deal positively with a crying or misbehaving child, while letting them release their feelings.

When Your Toddler Hits You: A New Perspective

These are simple practical things that will help when your toddler hits.

Spend a little more time understanding “What’s going on with my child?” instead of “What should I do?” ~ConnectedFamilies.org

Don’t Punish Your Child’s Nervous System -- Understand It! | Connected Families

There are challenging kids, and there are “over-the-top” challenging kids. If standard parenting approaches just don’t work, or if you resonate with one or more of the comments below, you may well have an above average challenge with your child. If so – today’s parenting tip is for you! “Dressing is always an ordeal for…

Choosing appropriate consequences for children: Be consistent with rules and consequences-Parents need to work as a team (be on the same page) - Give warnings when you can - choose punishment that fits the crime - Don't choose punishments while you are angry

How to Punish Your Kids- Choosing Appropriate Consequences

Sharing tips and tricks for choosing the proper punishments and consequences for kids who display poor behavior.

Stop Punishing Your Child And Do This Instead (VIDEO) I LOVE this. My husband found it. How to teach your child "natural consequences" of their actions.

Stop Punishing Your Child And Do This Instead

Consequence. It's a familiar concept to parents looking to discipline an unruly child. If kids refuse to listen, they have to do extra chores. If they ge...

Parenting quote! - Discipline is helping a child solve a Problem - Punishment is making child suffer for having a problem!ht

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Parenting quote! - Discipline is helping a child solve a Problem - Punishment is making child suffer for having a problem!ht

Kids do well if they can, but lacking the skills to problem solve, they have meltdowns instead. But punishments don’t teach problem-solving skills!

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Kids do well if they can, but lacking skills to better, they have meltdowns. Why punishments don’t work (hint: they don't teach problem-solving skills!)

Dear Mom of the Child Who Hits --- real, mom-to-mom help because you are learning and seeing that ignoring the problem is simply not working. Here's help -- and an honest point of view from the mom of kids who are never the hitters, but the hitted. @alicanwrite

Dear Mom of the Child Who Hits, I'm sure my child is not the first one your child has hit.

Dear Mom of the Child Who Hits, have you considered the other side of the story? Let's chat, mom-to-mom and consider the victims of your child's hitting.

The entire topic of lying is a complicated one for parents to tackle, as the social necessity of tiny “white lies” makes the subject a murky one for kids to grasp. One thing that all parents agree on, regardless of parenting style, is the need to teach children that blatant dishonesty for personal gain is wrong. For repeat offenders, here are ten ways to teach the consequences of lying.

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The entire topic of lying is a complicated one for parents to tackle, as the social necessity of tiny “white lies” makes the subject a murky one for kids to grasp. One thing that all parents agree on, regardless of parenting style, is the need to teach children that blatant dishonesty for personal gain is wrong. For repeat offenders, here are ten ways to teach the consequences of lying.

an example of how *not* to discipline your child. 1) i never believe in using food as a reward or punishment 2) I dont believe in time outs. Time outs are not necessary if you explain a behavior, redirect the action, and Positively praise the great things your child does!

an example of how *not* to discipline your child. 1) i never believe in using food as a reward or punishment 2) I dont believe in time outs. Time outs are not necessary if you explain a behavior, redirect the action, and Positively praise the great things your child does!