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  • Kids Action Plan
    Customizable family charting system to help children with discipline, chores, problem behaviors, setting goals and more.

  • Parent Coach Plan
    The Parent Coach Plan is the perfect tool for taming your difficult child. Modeled after respected treatment centers from around the country, this simple and effective home-based discipline program provides the information and tools needed for effective parenting. Parents can print out one of our free parenting tools or information sheets.

  • RainbowEight Kids Reward Charts
    RainbowEight is a family business that design and sell a range of childrens reward/behaviour charts, chore charts, potty training charts and other useful items for parents. We are based in the UK, although we ship worldwide.

  • Summer Camps and Summer Programs Advice - FREE from The Camp Experts
    Camp Experts is a free summer camp and program advisory service that provides free personalized guidance and information on summer camps and programs for children up to 18 years old.

  • Better Behavior Wheel
    Are the kids out of control? With the Better Behavior Wheel you get an upbeat, fun, and totally unique tool for managing child behavior ...that actually works. If you have kids, you NEED the Wheel!

  • About Discipline
    Many articles on how to discipline without stress, punishments or rewards.

  • Adult Aid For Child Discipline
    GoSin.com was developed as an aid for those adults who simply cannot decide on the amount of punishment a child should receive.

  • Behavior Disorders
    Information for teachers and parents on behavior disorders, medication, special education, and more.

  • Difficult Behaviors in the Classroom
    Behaviors and Possible Responses.

  • Discipline Associates
    Discipline with Dignity-working successfully with difficult students- reducing violence, aggression and hostility- reaching at risk students - managing ADHD- rediscovering hope for hopeless students.

  • Discipline for Toddlers
    Next to teenagers, toddlers are the hardest to teach. This is a guide on how to teach a toddler that certain things are not allowed. With all of the laws on child abuse it is hard to know how to discipline your children, so hopefully this will give you some ideas. These techniques have been found to work quite well.

  • Discipline for Young Children
    Lesson 2: Discipline and Punishment: What is the Difference? Effective discipline helps children learn to control their behavior so that they act according to their ideas of what is right and wrong, not because they fear punishment. For example, they are honest because they think it is wrong to be dishonest, not because they are afraid of getting caught. The purpose of punishment is to stop a child from doing what you don't want - and using a painful or unpleasant method to stop him.

  • Discipline for Young Children: Lesson 1: A Look At Discipline
    This series of lessons was prepared for parents like you - parents who want to do a better job of disciplining their children. The lessons were especially written for parents of preschool children, ages two to six, but some of the discipline methods are appropriate for older children, too.

  • Discipline Help.com
    The methods and techniques of the You Can Handle Them All approach to handling misbehavior has been used successfully by teachers and school administrators for over 15 years. It is perhaps the most effective approach known to changing inappropriate behavior to appropriate behavior.

  • Discipline - Responding to Misbehavior
    Using effective discipline methods in response to misbehavior benefits both parent and child. The child learns to take responsibility for his own behavior and the parent keeps a warm relationship with him. Each method discussed here asks, "How can I help this child find a positive way of behaving without reinforcing the negative behavior?"

  • Discipline without Stress
    Dr. Marvin Marshall - Discipline without Stress, Punishments or Rewards -- How Teachers and Parents Promote Presponsibility and Learning.

  • Effective Discipline of Children
    Effective discipline is a matter of getting your point across, quickly and as painlessly as possible for you and your child.

  • Effectively discipline techniques for teaching your children
    Children require many things from parents. The greatest challenge for parents come from the emotional requirements of child rearing. There are very few parents that need lessons in how to love their child, the most important emotional ingredient. But, a major dilemma occurs in knowing how best to discipline a child so that in the end we will have a happy, healthy adult with self-discipline.

  • Empowering People
    Positive discipline ideas for parents.

  • Every Person Influence Children
    Every Person Influence Children is a national not-for-profit prevention program that helps parents, teachers and members of the community raise children to become responsible adults.

  • Get Your Angries Out
    Get Your Angries Out - The home page for Talk, Trust and Feel Therapeutics. Help to improve relationships and work out anger in positive ways; for kids, parents and teachers.

  • Guidance and Discipline
    Behavior Management for young children- Appropriate Limits for Young Children: A Guide for Discipline.

    Summary:. A good understanding of children and guidance techniques is the basis for effective discipline. Take time to view things from a child's perspective. It can make a difference in your relationship with children.

  • Guidance In Disciplining Preschoolers
    Summary:Preschoolers are delightful to have around, but at times can be 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 caregivers.

  • Guidelines For Using Time Out
    Time-out means time out from positive reinforcement (rewarding experiences). It is a procedure used to decrease undesirable behaviors. The main principle of this procedure is to ensure that the individual in time-out is not able to receive any reinforcement for a particular period of time.

  • Guiding Self-Discipline
    Information on guiding children towards a self-disciplined lifestyle

  • How to Discipline a Child
    Not sure how to discipline your child? You need a proper balance between discipline and love. Find out the difference between discipline and punishment.

  • Never Hit a Child
    Hitting a child is wrong and a child never, ever, under any circumstances, except literal physical self-defense, should be hit.

  • Parenting Skills/Discipline
    Different ways to approach a misbehaved/difficult child.

  • Plain Talk About Spanking
    Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education (PTAVE) offers Plain Talk about Spanking for the benefit of children everywhere. The ideas that you will read in this booklet are not new or revolutionary. There have always been wise and perceptive people in every civilized culture who have advocated nonviolent methods for socializing children.

  • Positive Reinforcement Discipline
    There are two approaches to discipline- the carrot or the stick approach. If the parent uses the persuasive carrot approach, the response is quick. In the long run, this technique isn't effective in the child's psychological development. If the parent uses just the stick approach, it kills the child's inner desire to achieve and behave for himself.

  • Project NoSpank
    Project NoSpank is the Web presence of Parents and Teachers against Violence in Education.

  • Real Discipline
    Realdiscipline.com is dedicated to helping parents and teachers get the kind of children they want, without all the deal-making, confrontations and arguments.

  • Resources on Positive Behavioral Support
    Resources and links for children with problem behaviors in a school or home setting. Resources and links for Positive Behavior and discipline supports for students with problem behaviors.

  • Setting Limits With Young Children
    How to set limits so that your child is able to offload the emotional stress that has sent his behavior into an irrational spin. This approach is kind, firm, and effective. Your child is relaxed, confident, and close to you when you're done!

  • Spanking - A Loving Discipline
    This unique guide offers parents biblical perspectives on disciplining children, including the rightful place and correct methods of spanking. Author Roy Lessin teaches parents when and how to spank in a way that helps children learn to obey. Just as important, he teaches when not to spank, including a straightforward, helpful distinction between loving discipline and child abuse. Read reviews and an excerpt.

    A point of view about the effects of spanking young children, offered by Worlwide Alternative to Violence.

  • Twenty Alternatives to Punishment
    A list of alternatives to punishment by developmental psychologist Aletha Solter, Ph.D., author of "The Aware Baby," "Helping Young Children Flourish," and "Tears and Tantrums." (discipline)

  • Understanding and Discipline of Toddlers
    Summary:Setting limits and maintaining some kind of control are difficult with toddlers because they are so independent, yet have so few skills to communicate and solve problems. The key to disciplining your toddler includes love, understanding, and quick thinking!

  • Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home
    In the complex realm of family discipline, stereotypes die hard. Mothers still tend to emphasize the emotional and interpersonal violations of misbehavior; "Do you ever think of how much work it is for me to clean up your mess?" Fathers, meanwhile, tend to highlight the real world implications of misbehavior; "Being a jerk isn't going to make your teacher want to do you any favors at report card time

  • Why Do We Spank Our Babies?
    An inciteful look into one woman's view of spanking as form of discipline.

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