There are many simple ways that parents can help encourage their child’s development from an early age. Learning how to effectively discipline your child is an important skill that all parents need to learn. “To get what we want in life, we have to do what we have never done.” (Derrick 25). Whether the parent is traditional, a stay home parent, or a fulltime worker, the most precious thing a parent can give his or her kids is their time. Here are some ways to discipline, educate, and spend quality time with your children.
It is very important to educate your child to succeed. First of all, build up their confidence and ensure that they are happy children. Fuel their imagination by reading bedtime stories. Roy Derrick’s research found that children who are regularly told stories have a better vocabulary, have more idea of sentence structure, and sense of stories (126). Also, nurture their creative skills through play. Some activities can help; like building with plastic bricks, painting, or simply creating items can help a child to build up their confidence.
Here are some ways to discipline your children. Avoid physical punishment; it can make your child more aggressive and angry. Also, remember to always give rewards and praise them for good behavior, that way they will know you are happy when they behave well. “Because of their size, children may be difficult to discipline properly” (Rourke 38). Most importantly, provide your child with a safe environment in which they feel secure and loved.
Discipline means to teach and train children family values, right from wrong, to respect
the rights of others, and how they are to behave or not behave. Discipline is a positive
parenting skill that emphasizes nurturing, guidance, teaching and training that builds a
child’s self-confidence and teaches self-control and behavior management. The better
you are with discipline, the less you will have to punish (Lin 45)
Try to spend some quality...
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