101 Tips For Improving Children’s Behaviour

101 Tips For Improving Children’s Behaviour

suggests some measures that can help reduce the frequency of occurring. I think most parents cannot avoid the bedtime battle, Tips #11 shows you how to win the
Thanks to Dr Andy Gill and other authors for these 101 parenting tips on understanding and improving children’s behaviour. Nearly all frequently asked questions about children’s behaviour are included in this list. If you have a "strong-willed" child, you don’t need to feel distressed. Tips #5 provides you with a freebie, 5-week online self-help course to empower you to cope with him/her. Toddlers and preschoolers have endless effort to test your boundary with their weapon, throwing tantrums. Tips #8 Dealing With TantrumBedtime Battle. Some tips, like Helping Your Child Learn Responsible Behaviour , Parenting Teens, The Debate Over Spanking not only give you the general information, but also some further readings or related links through which you can go into depth. You can keep this tips list as your parenting library or bookmark for your friend.

Here’s the 101 list:

 

#1: Understanding Your Child’s Behaviour
#2: 9 Ways To Positively Cope With Difficult Behaviour
#3: Looking After Yourself And Improving Children’s Behaviour
#4: Learning Through Play
#5: 5 Week Programme To Cope With The "Strong-Willed" Child
#6: Handy Hints On Encouraging Good Behaviour
#7: Positive Discipline & Time Out
#8: Dealing With Tantrums
#9: Removing Privileges Effectively
#10: Surviving The Break-Up (Divorce & Separation)
#11: Winning The Bedtime Battle
#12: Preparing Your Child For School
#13: How To Help Your Child Stop Whining?
#14: The Importance Of Play
#15: Keeping Your Family Strong
#16: What Is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)?
#17: Discipline: A Parents Guide
#18: Building Parent-Teacher Partnerships
#19: Grandparents Who Parent Their Grandchildren
#20: Helping Your Child Control Anger
#21: Biters: Why They Do It & What To Do About It?
#22: Been there! Done That! Toilet Training Tips
#23: Father Dear Father
#24: Teaching Responsibility With Chores & Homework Tips
#25: 19 Tips Guaranteed To Give You More Family Time
#26: How To Handle Aggression In Young Children
#27: Assessing The Devolpment of Preschoolers
#28: Helping Your Child Learn Responsible Behaviour
#29: The Shy Child
#30: Would Counselling Help Me?
#31: Bedwetting
#32: The Debate Over Spanking
#33: Preparation For Parenthood-A Humourous View
#34: Children & TV Violence
#35: Helping Your Child Gain Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence
#36: The Evolution Of Mom
#37: Avoiding Sibling Rivalry
#38: Managing Morning Madness
#39: Children Who Can’t Pay Attention/ADHD
#40: Plain Talk About… Dealing With The Angry Child
#41: When Children Lie
#42: First-Born Jealousy
#43: Some Super Saving Educational Activities For Kids & Families
#44: The Picky Eater
#45: Jazzed Up Lunch Bags-13 Ways To Turn HUM-DRUM Into YUM!
#46: I Caught Them Playing Doctor
#47: What Do You Do When You Discover Your Child Is the Bully?
#48: How Stressed Is Your Child?
#49: Aggressive Behaviour
#50: Twenty Ways To Foster Values In Children
#51: Is There A Recipe For Blending Families?-Divorce & Separation
#52: Stress And Parenting – Part 1
#53: Stress And Parenting – Part 2
#54: Normal Stages Of Human Development (Birth to 5 Years)
#55: Language Development In Children
#56: Parenting Teens
#57: Life’s A Stage
#58: How Can Parents Model Good Listening Skills
#59: The Family Chip System (rewards)
#60: Aspergers Syndrome: A Developmental Puzzle
#61: Underachievement In Boys
#62: They Never Listen To Me
#63: Swearing
#64: Getting Kids To Listen
#65: Toilet Learning For Toddlers
#66: Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights
#67: Handling Sibling Rivalry
#68: Gimmee!
#69: Party Behaviour: How to Help Your Child Become a Little Lady or Gentleman
#70: Bedtime: Getting to Bed and Staying There
#71: Parenting with a Net
#72: Talking to Children About Drugs
#73: Guidelines for Using Time Out with Teens and Preteens
#74: Sanity Tips for Eating Out with the Kids
#75: Words of Encouragement and Praise
#76: Learning to Listen
#77: Winning the Chore War
#78: Safe Start: How Early Experiences can Help Reduce Violence
#79: Anger in Our Teens and in Ourselves
#80: How Good is Your Parenting Plan?
#81: When Little Kids Curse
#82: When Mom has a Temper Tantrum
#83: Frequently Asked Questions About Sleep
#84: Turn Off the TV Week
#85: Setting Limits and Following Through
#86: Talking to Your Kids About Sex
#87: How to Stay Calm
#88: Getting it Under Control..Teaching Self-Control
#89: Respect is a Two Way Street
#90: Talking to your Childcare Provider about Discipline
#91: Yes they are all mine!
#92: Helping Your Child Cope with Stress
#93: The Fine Art of a Tantrum
#94: For Families of Children with Special Needs
#95: Minimise the Waves of Divorce
#96: Appropriate Limits for Young Children, Part One
#97: Appropriate Limits for Young Children, Part Two
#98: Casual Remarks
#99: Teaching Young Children Through Work and Play
#100: Newborn Babies and Sleep
#101: What Are Schemas-Influences On Children And Parenting Styles

 


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