A chart for why children misbehave and adults should approach the behaviors: Positive Discipline

Positive Discipline: This chart explains why children misbehave and how teachers should approach each child based on why they are exhibiting the behavior.

Negative language impacts children. Find more effective positive parenting alternatives to these phrases. These positive parenting strategies are perfect for parenting toddlers and preschoolers. Authoritarian parenting, attachment parenting, positive discipline

This How Negative Language Impacts Children and How to Make it Better

Parenting -Hugs: A Positive Discipline Tool Card | Positive Discipline #positiveparenting

Parenting -Hugs: A Positive Discipline Tool Card | Positive Discipline #positiveparenting

Positive Discipline: Encouragement: What does it mean and how is it done?

Positive Discipline: Encouragement: What does it mean and how is it done? Don't raise your kid to be an approval junkie.

Do you sometimes feel like you talk too much? Silent Signals can be a great Positive Discipline tool for kindly and firmly communicating. It is important to make an agreement in advance and have children help you come up with the silent signals. Our blog this week includes several real-life examples of silent signals that have worked for parents and teachers.

Do you sometimes feel like you talk too much? Silent Signals can be a great Positive Discipline tool for kindly and firmly communicating. It is important to make an agreement in advance and have children help you come up with the silent signals. Our blog this week includes several real-life examples of silent signals that have worked for parents and teachers.

Positive Discipline: Parenting Tool Cards

"What if we came up with an agreement where all I said was One Word?" Mary Nelsen Tamborski: One Word

CRETE DAY 2- Another colored chart describing the difference between discipline and punishment. Reactive vs. proactive

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Clear chart showing the difference between disciplines vs punishment. The need to be proactive and not reactive.

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: MISTAKES ARE WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN

Mistakes are wonderful opportunities for learning. "Motivate children to do better without paying the price of a lowered sense of self-worth. Teach children to be excited about mistakes as opportunities to learn.

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