Presentation on theme: "HOME + SCHOOL = SUCCESS :). Parents Need a Discipline Toolbox Filled with Useful Tools Choose from a variety of discipline options to address behavioral."— Presentation transcript:
Parents Need a Discipline Toolbox Filled with Useful Tools Choose from a variety of discipline options to address behavioral issues By Amy MorinAmy Morin What other caregivers need to be aware of the plan? Also, consider strategies that can help your child prevent behavioral issues. For example, does your child need to learn some new skills such as problem-solving skills? Or does he need to learn how to verbalize his feelings?verbalize his feelings Address any skill deficits in order to teach your child how to do things differently.
Positive Attention Spending individual time with your child each day will improve your relationship and can prevent many behavioral issues. Praise Catching your child being good can be an excellent way to promote positive behavior. Rewards Reward kids for good behaviors with a sticker chart, reward system, or token economy system.token economy system Pre-Teaching is an important step in ensuring that kids know the rules and expectations before an event or community outing. Ignoring attention-seeking behaviors can be very effective in extinguishing them. Quiet area -safe zone: teaches kids how to calm themselves down and removes them from the scene of the crime. Loss of Privilege- Taking away a privilege can be very effective and can be used as a back-up when kids refuse to go to time out. Logical Consequences are those that make sense and where the "punishment fits the crime." Natural Consequences There are times it just makes sense to allow kids to experience the natural consequence of their behaviors.
Provide Positive Consequences for Good Behaviors ( by Amy Morin) Praise :) good reports. Celebrate his successes and motivate him to keep doing well. create a reward system will most likely need a daily incentive. Establish a goal for him each day and reward him when he reaches it. Rewards don’t need to cost money…. can be simple things, …time playing a video game, playing outside or ………………anything that will motivate your child. Provide Positive Consequences for Good Behaviors ( by Amy Morin) Praise :) good reports. Celebrate his successes and motivate him to keep doing well. create a reward system will most likely need a daily incentive. Establish a goal for him each day and reward him when he reaches it. Rewards don’t need to cost money…. can be simple things, …time playing a video game, playing outside or ………………anything that will motivate your child.
HOME SCHOOL I can listen to parents and adults politely. I can listen to teachers and adults politely. I can take care of my things and respect other people’s property. I am responsible for doing things at home. I am responsible for doing things at school. I can talk with an inside voice politely at home. I can talk with an inside voice politely in class.
FREE HOME REWARDS 30 min TV show playing video game or computer going to park going to library stay up 30 mins later no chore day
LOST COST $$ HOME REWARDS bubble gum prize machine kids ice cream cone McDonalds kids meal dollar store toy or $1.00 :)
FREE SCHOOL REWARDS extra time for favorite computer game bonus points verbal praise - high five positive notes bonus recess walk with the teacher homework pass
stickers small candy new pencils erasers puzzles / color pictures LOST COST $$ SCHOOL REWARDS
3 rd Day of 80 % or above 5 th Day of 80 % or above 4 th Day of 80 % or above 2 nd Day of 80 % or above 1 Day of 80 % or above Thermometer Chart Rewarding positive class behavior. School or Home use. :) Can be adapted as child progresses. Move up chart by 2 : 10 days.
FridayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday I Showed my Mom my point sheet after school before supper. I did my homework and showed it to my Mom. I completed my hw checklist and put a check by each item I completed. x I put my signed point sheet and homework in folder and placed it near the door. I helped my Mom do a chore or helped my sister.
If I earned 70: __ minutes of my favorite TV show. 80:+ __ minutes of computer games. 90 : +__special treat or snack 100 + __ minutes ( later bedtime ) Reward: ___________ Reward: __________ Reward: __________ Reward: ___________ Reward: ___________
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