Oct 24, 2011

Disciplining your toddler: Beyond the time-out – by Ann Marie Dwyer – Helium
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Beyond time-out there exists a world of discipline to which toddlers can relate. Two-year-olds, and some older children, simply cannot understand the connection between their actions and the time-out chair or naughty spot. So, the question becomes what is an appropriate consequence for toddler misbehavior? The cause and effect principle Your toddler has already learned when you flip the switch, the light goes out. This principle can be applied to everything yourchild does and is commonly referred to as “consequences”. Showing the connection between the action and reaction teaches your toddler how his behavior affects his surroundings
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