Today I wanted to share all the tools I’ve been sharing in the Keep Cool & Carry On! discipline challenge. Have a listen and let me know if you’ve got some questions. Come share them in our dedicated Facebook group.
Once you’ve listened come share your takeaways or ask your questions in your dedicated FB podcast group.
What I Talked About
- Connect before correcting
- Be Firm and kind
- Decide what you will do Ahead of time
- Tell children what they CAN do! Be in the YES!
- Follow Through with what you agreed on
- Encourage effort & progress, and avoid the “good job!” praise
- Create a Positive time out together
- Get children involved in creating Routines
- Take time for TRAINING
Things to Remember
“Effective discipline means that we’re not only stopping a bad behavior or promoting a good one but also teaching skills and nurturing the connections in our children’s brains that will help them make better decisions and handle themselves well in the future.” – Daniel J. Siegel
“Discipline must come through liberty.” – Dr. Maria Montessori
“Too often we forget that discipline really means to teach, not to punish. A disciple is a student, not a recipient of behavioral consequences.” – Daniel J. Siegel
“A child needs encouragement like a plant needs water.” – Rudolf Dreikurs
Let’s Continue the conversation…
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