Our word discipline comes from the Latin word 'to teach'. There are often more desirable and effective options than punishment to encourage your children to behave.The NSPCC recommends 'positive discipline'. Click through to find out how it works
Toddler discipline is a hot topic. You can barely switch on the TV without a parenting programme espousing the virtue of the naughty step, the quiet corner or time out. The next thing you know, they'll be saying toddlers need an ASBO - Anti
world, your toddler wants to please you.KNOW YOUR TODDLER Accommodate your toddler’s personality, needs and capabilities. When it comes to discipline, tailor your techniques to your child. For example, maybe she refuses to sit at the table, but she
If discipline is a problem with your toddler - maybe she won't do as she is told or habitually breaks house rules - perhaps it is time to look at the way you behave rather than labelling your child naughty or disobedient.Are you being assertive
We all want to know our children are happy, secure and successful, but how can you go about making sure you raise a child to be all these things?Children learn by example. Set them the right example and you are on the way to raising a child who is confident enough to make her own...
It used to be called 'time out', now we tend to call it the naughty step.If you're thinking about employing this as a strategy in getting your child to behave, make sure you get it right.Child psychologist and author Penelope Leach says, in her book Your Baby And Child (Penguin, ...
sleeping area? Will they cook meals? 4. How many children are they looking after at the moment? 5. What’s their approach to discipline? Is it similar to yours? If not, will this be a problem?6. It is also useful to find a childminder who can see your child
to put her in her cot to sleep, then visit her every five minutes to reassure her until she fell asleep. We had to be so disciplined even though she was screaming. I was sceptical and didnt think it would work, but we were amazed when it only took five
with her 1½-year-old son Max. She shaved £421 off her car insurance by changing providers. Jane's advice Save as much spare cash as possible for the unexpected. Be disciplined. Look around for the best deals. Where to wise up Investing a bit of time
change of carer disruptive and unsettling. 5. Ask about diet, potty training, emergency procedures, discipline and other nursery policies. Finally 1. Did you enjoy the visit? 2. Your local Children's Information Service (CIS) will have an up