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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.
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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.
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Positive Discipline: Control Your Behavior- I take mommy time outs whenever I need them and my kids know that I need it to regroup and try again. Also, I always have modeled genuine apology when I make mistakes and leave my rational brain- it happens to us all!
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Positive Discipline: Control Your Behavior - the rest is nothing new (good reminders, though) but a parent time-out (quiet time, in our case) is a great idea.

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I love the idea of a parents time-out place - or if that's not possible, maybe a safe place you can put your child for 5 minutes?

Positive Discipline: dealing with strong willed child.

Positive Discipline: Control Your Behavior- I take mommy time outs whenever I need them and my kids know that I need it to regroup and try again. Also, I always have modeled genuine apology when I make mistakes and leave my rational brain- it happens to us all!

Positive Discipline: Control Your Behavior- I take mommy time outs whenever I need them and my kids know that I need it to regroup and try again. Also, I always have modeled genuine apology when I make mistakes and leave my rational brain- it happens to us all!
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52 Positive Discipline Tools to Improve your Parenting Skills.

Read This Article To Improve Your Parenting Skills. Few things in life are more challenging than parenthood.

A REALLY helpful book is How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlich. This was one of the MOST important books I read as a new parent. The advice is excellent, teaching true communication.

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VALIDATE FEELINGS - A Positive Discipline Tool Card | Positive Discipline
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Nice idea... I assume this in addition to the regular things you do together daily.
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Here are some tips on how to a schedule special time for your kids

One of the most encouraging things parents can do for their children is to spend regular, scheduled special time with them.

Positive discipline is great!

I have to say, I disagree with their guidelines. at least 60 min.

Nice idea... I assume this in addition to the regular things you do together daily.

Nice idea... I assume this in addition to the regular things you do together daily.
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A Positive Discipline Tool Card One of the biggest mistakes some parents and…

Showing faith in your children's problem solving skills.

You want to equip you child with skills for life not create a robot that just does tasks perfectly! I need this written as a cheat sheet on my arm.

This has been sooo helpful with my stepson, and all of our kids for that matter. A glimmer of faith in them brings them the strength to persist through challenges.

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Curiosity Question - Asking instead of telling invites children to think and choose.

Montessori parenting tip - ask Positive Discipline CURIOSITY QUESTIONS to invite your child to think to solve problems.

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Positive Discipline: Avoid Pampering Parents make a mistake when they pamper in the name of love.

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A friend asked me if Positive Discipline was a program to teach parents to manage their children. I said, "No, it is a program to help parents empower their children to manage themselves.

Positive Discipline: Compliments Create a Positive Atmosphere in Homes and Classrooms

Compliments and appreciations bring us closer together. Finding ways to compliment your children can be a very valuable parenting tool.

Positive Discipline: I love you, AND the answer is, “No.”

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Eye to Eye

Look into their left eye for a few seconds then the window or door for a second; not other body parts or blemishes. Really practice giving of your time skills.

Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. (And, a full understanding of "no" doesn't occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.

Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. (And, a full understanding of "no" doesn't occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) "No" is an abstract concept that is in dir

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Positive Discipline is a program designed to teach young people to become responsible, respectful and resourceful members of their communities.

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