kids. Tuesday , February 07th , 2017 - 15:42:01 PM
1. Parents should have the perspective that volunteer coaches are just that and that coaches should be appreciated for donating their valuable time to help kids. Reminding their kids of the same is the first step to having kids respect coaches.
When something rubs your child the wrong way, try to not jump in there unless something is being said thats really abusive, disgusting or demeaning. If thats happening and your child escalates, intervene immediately and pull that child aside. Give him a choice of two things at that time: to either change his language, or be removed from the group. Calling your child aside is important because often the embarrassment being corrected in front of another kid or children can cause him to escalate even further. If he does, youll need to deal with it, but you don't want to promote the likelihood of that happening in the first place. Is it the end of the world if you give your child a consequence in front of the other kids? No, but I think those things are best dealt with privately. If your goal is to get him to change his behavior, separating him from others gives him a better chance of hearing what youre saying.
With your furniture pads in place, putting your living room back in order will be easy. And if youve got any pads left over, they have many more uses, such as stopping cupboard doors from banging.Lots of parents print out a chore chart, post it on the fridge and never give it another thought. That's usually a good way to have a miserable experience with a perfectly respectable chore chart.
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