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Positive Discipline: Logical Consequences

Article giving tips and examples of logical consequences including "The Three Rs and an H of logical consequences" - Related, Respectful, Reasonable, and Helpful.

Positive Discipline Act Without Words (I don't know if I'd be able to do this)

Positive Discipline: Act Without Words - A Positive Discipline Tool Card. This one could be challenging for me.

Teaching kids that their words have weight and meaning is an important lesson for them to learn. Kids need to develop social skills and it's up to parents to help them learn how to speak appropriately, and understand that what they say matters. Whether we're trying to teach out kids respect, manners, or simply how to speak respectfully, it's important that they understand that their words have meaning and can be powerful. #positiveparenting #teachingkids #kids #raisingkids…

The Importance of Teaching Our Kids That Their Words Are Powerful

Teaching kids that their words have weight and meaning is an important lesson for them to learn. Kids need to develop social skills and it's up to parents to help them learn how to speak appropriately, and understand that what they say matters. Whether we're trying to teach out kids respect, manners, or simply how to speak respectfully, it's important that they understand that their words have meaning and can be powerful. #positiveparenting #teachingkids #kids #raisingkids…

The more children do for themselves, the more capable and encouraged they feel. One of the best ways to avoid bedtime hassles and morning hassles is to get children involved in creating routine charts and then letting them follow their charts instead of telling them what to do.

Positive Discipline: Parenting Tool Cards Anytime you spend extended time with someone, conflicts have a way of arising. This site had lots of great tools to control unproductive human behaviors.

Zero to Five on #staymarried - Calling a Calm Down

Zero to Five – We are in a book and we’re giving it away!

Calm-downs vs. Time-outs. Time-outs are used to punish and shame, but a calm-down helps kids deal with intense emotions. Calm-downs are a healthy and positive discipline approach for both parents and children. Love this guide for parents!

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