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Disciplining your preschooler and feeling good about it

by Mitch Golant

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Published by Lowell House, Contemporary Books in Los Angeles, Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Discipline of children -- United States.,
    • Parenting -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [209]-210) and index.

      StatementMitch Golant and Susan K. Golant.
      ContributionsGolant, Susan K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ770.4 .G65 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 212 p. ;
      Number of Pages212
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL310100M
      ISBN 101565658094
      LC Control Number97219932
      OCLC/WorldCa37972236

      Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want Disciplining your children is one way of setting them on the right path and equipping them to wing it. Giving your child a reward when they do something good and punish them when they do something less-good, may seem like a smart strategy, but that’s not necessarily the case, according to Jane.

      Babies can quickly become great manipulators of their parents. The way you respond to your child’s manipulation as a baby sets the tone for the rest of your life together. If you wait until your child is 5 years old to start instilling discipline in them, then you have waited too long. Your children need to learn to obey as soon as possible. When your preschooler misbehaves, it can be hard to set limits. Learn how to stand your ground. Book Review: Kids, Parents, And Power Struggles Setting Clear Limits for Kids. If you're feeling squeamish about disciplining your child, remind yourself.. Why Preschoolers Need Limits. Many of us want to indulge our children with gifts.

        These are the three most useful words in discipline for children. Study your child. Know your child’s needs and capabilities at various ages. Your discipline techniques will be different at each stage because your child’s needs change. A temper tantrum in a two-year-old calls for a different response than it does in an eight-year-old.   So sometimes it’s best to realize this is not a good time to talk and refocus on driving and interacting with your child. (). More on Disciplining a Challenging Preschooler. Psych.


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Disciplining your preschooler and feeling good about it. Los Angeles: Lowell House ; Chicago: Distributed by Contemporary Books, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mitch Golant; Susan K Golant. Get this from a library. Disciplining your preschooler and feeling good about it.

[Mitch Golant; Susan K Golant] -- A parent's guide to disciplining young children, emphasizing the importance of effective communication and positive reinforcement.

Includes a new chapter on the challenges faced by two-career. An excerpt from the book, Positive Discipline for Preschoolers. Understanding your preschooler’s development and filling your toolbox with Positive Discipline parenting tools will go a long way toward resolving conflicts with your young child.

It also helps to know that temperament, birth order, brain development, physical and intellectual abilities, and skill acquisition. Books shelved as child-discipline-and-development: Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How to Stop Yelling and Start Connecting by Laura Markham, Your Four-Year.

An age-by-age guide to disciplining your kid. Catch them being good: Your preschooler really does want to please you, so make a point of encouraging him when he answers the first time you call him or shares a favourite toy.

“We often pay attention to the behaviours we dislike and pay very little attention to the behaviours we want to see. Mitch Golant has written: 'Sometimes It's O.K. to Be Angry' 'Disciplining your preschooler and feeling good about it' 'It's O.K.

to be angry!' 'Sometimes it's O.K. to be afraid!' -- subject(s. Guilt doesn't do you (or your child) any good -- especially when it comes to discipline.

Find out how to let it go with these practical and simple expert tips. Disciplining Your Preschooler -- Understanding Children Oesterreich. Preschoolers are delightful to have around, but at times can be quite a challenge.

Learn how to understand your preschooler and about effective discipline ideas. Pages / Length: 4 Publication Disciplining Your Toddler -- Understanding Children. Free. PM D. Fears. The right way to discipline your preschooler. Shower your kids with praise when they act appropriately, but be sure to name the good behaviour specifically: “I love it when you put your shoes on the first time I ask,” or “I love it when you hold my hand crossing the street.” If you’re too general with your commendations, small.

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Disciplining your preschooler Preschoolers are delightful to have around, but at times can be a quite a challenge. Learning how to get along with others and follow rules takes lots of practice for preschoolers; learning how to guide and discipline preschoolers takes lots of patience for parents.

• Understanding preschool children Preschool. These books about feelings are perfect to read during an All About Me theme for preschool and kindergarten. (This post contains affiliate links.) This month I’m doing an All About Me theme with my preschooler.

Along with all the emotions activities in my theme pack, we’ve enjoyed reading these books about feelings together. Michele Borba. A regular parenting expert on the Today show, Michele Borba is the author of more than 20 books on child development, including No More Misbehavin', Don't Give Me That Attitude!, Parents Do Make a Difference, and Building Moral Intelligence.A recipient of the National Educator Award, a former classroom teacher, a counselor for troubled youths, and mother of three.

Learn about discipline strategies, temper tantrums, anger management, setting limits, time outs, spanking children, and rewards. Find out everything you need to know about parenting.

Dr. Spock stressed that punishment is never the main element in discipline and that, above all, children need the love of good parents. Today's experts agree, with many highlighting the two sides of discipline: proactive techniques that promote good behavior, and reactive techniques used in the moment when a child is misbehaving.

Reading children's books about feelings and emotions is important to a child's social-emotional health. Feelings books help kids describe, express, and manage emotions such as anger in healthy ways. Reading books to help kids understand their feelings is an effective way to help our toddlers, preschoolers, and kids.

By Hilary Levey Friedman. Vanessa Lapointe, a psychologist and author of the forthcoming Discipline without Damage: How to Get Your Kids to Behave Without Messing Them Up [LifeTree Media], writes, “Of all the workshop requests I receive, discipline is by far the most popular people everywhere want to know how to discipline.

By ‘big people’ I mean parents, grandparents, teachers. ways to disciplining methods. Successful parents often use a variety of approaches to deal with behavioral problems.

Set up a safe environment One of the most important things a parent can do is to establish a safe environment. Disciplining your preschooler Preschoolers are delightful to have around, but at times can be quite a challenge.Disciplining Your Preschooler and Feeling Good About It. by Mitch Golant and Susan Golant; From Chaos to Calm.

(ADHD) by Janet Heininger and Sharon Weiss; How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and How to Listen So Kids Will Talk. by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish; Raising Your Spirited Child.

(Temperament) by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka; Strong Willed Child.As a parent, you want to teach your child skills that are going to help them to cultivate greater happiness and health in their lives.

So the idea in our book was to reclaim the word discipline. Mindful discipline involves disciplining in a conscious, loving way that can deeply support your .