Children’s Needs Effective parents provide for their children’s physical needs, emotional and social needs, and intellectual needs. Sometimes learning from mistakes
Parenting Styles Parenting= caring for children and helping them develop in the 4 area’s; physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually. Authoritarian, assertive-democratic, and permissive. Are both of your parents the same type? What do you hope to be?
Parenting Styles Authoritarian= children obey parents without question. Authoritative (Assertive-Democratic)= children have more input in rules and limits of home. Learning responsibility is important. Permissive= parents give children a wide range of freedom. May use more than one depending on the issue
Guide Children’s Behavior Children need to be taught what is acceptable, what is not acceptable, and what is expected of them. Guidance promotes security and positive self-esteem.
Guide Children’s Behavior Young children will gradually develop a conscience. Parents should model the behavior they want to see in their children. Praise appropriate behaviors
Guide Children’s Behavior Parents must give effective directions and set limits. Parents must deal effectively with inappropriate behavior.
Parenting in other cultures What do American parents do differently from other cultures? Lets think about our society first Values and traditions
Vocabulary Deprivation= a lack of the critical needs and encouraging environment that are essential for physical, emotional and intellectual well- being Parenting style= the way parents and other caregivers care for and discipline children
Vocabulary Guidance= using firmness and understanding to help children learn how to behave. Self-discipline= The ability of children to control their own behavior. Conscience= An inner sense of what is right.
Vocabulary Positive reinforcement= A response that encourages a particular behavior. Negative reinforcement= A response aimed at strengthening desired behavior by removing an unpleasant trigger. Time-out= When a child is removed from the group, perhaps by being required to sit in a special chair for a short period of time.
Vocabulary Vital= Necessary; extremely important and necessary. Venture= To proceed; to presume or dare to do something. Dispute= Quarrel. Consistent= Continually the same.