Creative Discipline Ideas for Parents
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More about the product: The word “discipline” has such a bad name, but this short course will equip parents with positive, light-hearted and constructive ways to correct behaviour in young children. One of the most common questions asked by parents, is: “What alternatives are there to smacking my kids?” There are many, and although painful punishment is Biblical, and goes a long way, the Bible also teaches us to love unconditionally, to instruct and to train. We all know how to use the wooden spoon, but there are other tools that contribute to the development of character in our children. This short course teaches parents how to use these creative alternatives.
If you have done the Evergreen Parenting Course by Hettie Brittz (writer of Growing Kids with Character, Growing Kids through healthy authority and “Kweek Dissipline met Deernis”) – this short course is a great addition to enhance your discipline tools.
This short course is also available as a DVD. Find it here
- Lectures 24
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 48 min 58 sec
- Skill level Parents that have completed the Evergreen Parenting course
- Language English
- Students 11
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
An overview of who would benefit to use these discipline tools as well as guidelines
Caught being good
Ideas on how to reward good behavior. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 12.
From pizzas to camping
Ideas on how to practice new skills. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 13.
Ideas on how to teach better eating habits. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 13.
Make clean-up time fast and fun. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 12.
Stop tantrums and nagging. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 8.
Dots and arrows for busy parents
Discipline systems for when you are not around. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 12.
To train attitude and obedience. Ideal for kids ages 3 - 10.
Teach good manners at the table and in company. Ideal for ages 3 - 12
Quality time cheque book
An idea with the focus on time with your children. Ideal ages 3 - 12.
Sit still and be quiet
A technique to teach toddlers self-control. Ideal ages 2 - 7
A string around their finger
A technique for forgetful children. Ideal for ages 3 - 13.
Treats for tots
Ideas for rewards for children under 5
Building it up
About blocks and puzzles. Ideal ages 3 - 10
A graceful approach to addressing nail biting and other "fiddles" Ideal ages 3 - 10
Teaching your children to save and the concept of paying fines. Ideal ages 4 - 10
Do your duties
Techniques to train the skill of responsibility. Ideal ages 4 - 10
How much longer?
A clock with a difference. Ideal for ages 3 - 7
Teaching healthy habits - from brushing teeth to watching TV and screen time. Ideal for ages 3 - 12
A celebration candle! Ideal for ages 3 - 18
Time to get dressed
A tool to reduce clothes clashes. Ideal for ages 3 - 7
Teaching true obedience. Ideal for ages 3 - 10
Technique for interruptions. Ideal for ages 3 - 12
For your little one's restlessness. Ideal for ages 5 - 12 months