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Discipline and Positive Child Guidance for Pre- Schoolers By Colby Durden
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Effective Discipline If you are very upset about the child’s behavior, take a period to cool down before you discipline the child Understand that the child is still very young and can’t have particularly high expectations. Instead of telling the child what to do, show the child.
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Effective Discipline Give the child simple orders instead of overwhelming them with many commands at once. Praise good behavior with verbal thankyou and an occasional treat like a toy or a loved food.
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Effective Discipline Give child choices. By doing this the child will feel important and a big part in decision making, this also gives them confidence to make decisions on their own. Children need to be taught how to behave in socially and morally acceptable ways. To discipline means to teach, especially in matters of conduct. To teach effectively, we need to tell our children clearly what we want them to do
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This note was uploaded on 08/20/2008 for the course CDFS 3300 taught by Professor Richley during the Spring '08 term at Middle Tennessee State University.

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