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Tag Archives: "behaviour"

24 Jul, 2019

Dealing with misbehaviour

More than a few parents have expressed their feelings about their child by saying “I wish I knew what to do about my child’s behaviour.” It would be nice to have a simple solution—like a magic wand—for parents to use when they feel frustrated by their child’s misbehaviour. Unfortunately, the reasons why children misbehave are […]

3 Jul, 2019

Being a good parent – nobody ever said it would be easy!

Nobody ever said that parenting would be easy. Being a good parent is even more difficult! Here are five guidelines to help you put into practice some principles of good parenting that you probably already know but for which you may need an occasional reminder: 1. Be consistent in your enforcement of rules. Be certain […]

30 Jul, 2018

Promoting Positive Behaviour – Ages and Stages Chart

  What behaviour should we expect from our little ones at the different ages and stages of their development? Each child is a little individual but here are some general guidelines that may help you to promote positive behaviour as your child grows. Age Normal behaviour What parents can do Infant Under 1 year of […]

30 Jul, 2018

Key messages to promote positive behaviour in our children

Promoting Positive Behaviour – Key Messages about Managing Your Child’s Behaviour How you react as a parent is normally connected to how your child is behaving. If you are aware of how you are feeling it will help you to be more aware of what is causing your child’s behaviour. Be Consistent – Both parents […]

15 May, 2018

Promoting positive behaviour in strong-minded toddlers

Promoting Positive Behaviour in toddlers and young children  Be aware that challenging behaviour is perfectly normal and healthy in your child during the second year. Try to understand the reason for the behaviour, namely, that your child is probably “testing the limits” in her search for her own individuality and independence. Be aware that if […]

15 May, 2018

Promoting positive behaviour through constructive criticism

Promoting Positive Behaviour through constructive criticism Unless children are doing something that poses a high risk of disastrous results, sometimes it’s best to let them figure things out on their own and learn through the experience rather than telling them step-by-step what they should or shouldn’t have done or could have done better. Experience is […]