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What would you do? (PART 1I)
Eight year old Charlie goes to his bedroom and finds his younger sister's toys on his bed. He becomes really upset with her because he already told her previously to not enter his room. So to "teach her a lesson" he breaks her dolls and returns it back to her. Janice, the sister, begins to cry and in anger goes to Charlie's room and throws his favorite plane to the ground which also breaks. As they both begin fighting, you enter the room. As the babysitter what would you do?
Its the day after Easter and the three siblings are opening the last three Kinder eggs which their parents bought them yesterday. The oldest sibling, 9 year old Andrew quickly opened his egg and began assembling the toy located inside. Meanwhile, the two younger sisters, June (7 years old) and Emily (5 years old) are still trying to figure out how to assemble their toy. Andrew tells them "there is no way you can figure it out, just give it to me". He snatches the toy away from them leaving Emily wailing and June extremely upset. You observe this behaviour from across the room. As the babysitter what would you do?
Nine year old Ashtyn is eating his supper while watching cartoons. Before leaving the house, his mother told you that Ashtyn had to complete his homework before going to bed. Its already 7PM while Ashtyn typically goes to bed at 8PM. He continues to eat slowly despite of you requesting that he quicken the pace. As the babysitter, what would you do?
Six year old Anita begins swearing and name calling her older brother Anthony. He becomes furious and tells her to stop. She continues to taunt him, after which Anthony punches her and she begins to punch back. You come to stop the fight and they each say that the other person started it. As the babysitter what would you do?
You are in the playground with three kids you are babysitting. You tell all of them to be only in the playground and not go anywhere without your permission. However, 8 year old Vladamir, runs off to a lonely area with his friends not understanding the dangers that could be involved in such an action. As the babysitter, what would you do to ensure this does not happen again?
The kids have just returned home after playing soccer. Its shower time for them both and they both want to be the first to go take a shower. They run to the bathroom and start pushing each other in order to be the first to enter. As the babysitter what would you do?