6 Tips for Promoting Positive Behavior On Kids
Toddler stage is the foundation of your child’s attitude and behavior. It is the time of their life where they will think that everything you will say and teach is right and proper. These are the reasons why it is very important to teach them positive behavior as early as this stage.
Let your home become your child’s training ground.
Here are the 6 tips which will help you promote behavior on your kids:
Tell all the family members to become a role model. Nothing is more effective to make your child learn good behavior than by seeing it from the people around him. Speak politely from one another. Use proper, polite words and avoid using bad words.
2. A child is a child, avoid shouting. listen to them
Explain to each family member that a child is a child and everyone must go on their level. If you will go down on her level, you can more understand what she feels and what she thinks. Do not shout at your child if she doesn’t want to follow you or if he’s messing things up, again – a child is a child. Try to listen to everything your child has to say. They might not know how to speak yet but the simple act of nodding or pointing at some things means that she has something to say and you must understand it. This act can make them feel respected and results are she will also give respect to other people.
3. Be positive on your approach
If ever they are holding something that is not meant to play with, avoid shouting at him or saying negative words like “no” or “stop”. A person, most especially the child, absorbs negative feedback more than positive ones so you must learn how to say it in a positive way without losing your objective. You can explain to your child that not all things are toys and some things are not meant to play with. By doing this, your child will always remember what is not to touch whenever they are at someone else’s house.
4. Don’t let your child always get what he wants.
If she doesn’t need that toy she’s whining about, don’t buy. Don’t promise to buy her any material things if ever they will accomplish something good. This will just make your kid a spoiled one and this will just make her have a poor behavior. Never give in to his whining.
5. Never fight in front of a kid, walk your talk
Kids seeing their parents fighting always might think that this is normal and she might also do the same thing to her playmates. Don’t do or say anything in front of your kid that will make her confused with what you are teaching. Walk your talk.
6. Always commend your child for every good behavior.
If ever you can see that your child did something good or says some good words, compliment him. This act can encourage your child to do it over and over again. Discouraging your kid to do something bad is not the same as encouraging them to do something good. Focus on the positive side.
Do not let this opportunity to pass by at this certain stage. Remember there is no better reward for any parent than seeing their child grows up with a good behavior.
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