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Parenting Tips

  • Play is a meaningful activity.
  • Talk to your child ! further his / her vocabulary & boost his / her confidence.
  • Be an active listener.
  • Answer your child’s queries with the correct information.
  • You can research on certain questions together.
  • Express your love and affection verbally and with a hug, kiss….
  • Love = Time for your child.
  • Keep a positive attitude.
  • Remember to say ‘Please’ and ‘Thank You’
  • Talk about what you want rather than what you don’t want.
  • What done to children, they will do to society.
  • Eat, Pray and Love with your toddlers.
  • Stay connected with your child.
  • Love, appreciate and give freedom to children.
  • Set up healthy habits rather than rules with children.
  • Use consistent standards for all disciplinary decisions.
  • Name the behaviour don’t label the child.
  • Speak ‘your children’ language.
  • Make your love and respect to them unconditional.
  • Do not spank, remain calm.
  • Be kind but firm to your child.
  • Do not panic.
  • Give children appropriate ways to feel powerful
  • Avoid conflict
  • Use logical consequences
  • Catch your child being good
  • Make time for your children.
  • Set limits and be consistent with your discipline
  • Be flexible and willing to adjust to your parenting style
  • Show your love is unconditional.
  • We are apt to forget that children watch examples better than they listen to preaching.
  • Live so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you.
  • Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you.
  • The best inheritance a parent can give his / her children is a few minutes of his / her time each day.
  • Kids spell love T-I-M-E.
  • If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders.
  • Don’t handicap your children by making their lives easy.
  • Too often we give children answers to remember rather than problems to solve.
  • The most important thing that parents can teach their children is how to get along without them.
  • All children behave as well as they are treated.
  • Stop trying to perfect your child, but keep trying to perfect your relationship with him / her.
  • Praise your children openly, reprehend them secretly.
  • Discipline your son/daughter in his / her early years while there is still hope. If you don’t you will ruin his / her life.
  • It is better to bind your children to you by a feeling of respect and by gentleness, than by fear.
  • To understand your parents’ love you must raise children yourself.
  • The best way to make children good is to make them happy.
  • Your children will become what you are; so be what you want them to be.
  • Children need love, especially when they do not deserve it.
  • A baby is born with a need to be loved – and never outgrows it.
  • Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.
  • If you’re asking your kids to exercise, then you better do it, too. Practice what you preach.
  • If you want your children to improve, let them overhear the nice things you say about them to others.
  • There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots, the other, wings.
  • Your children need your presence more than your presents.
  • Encourage your child to take up a hobby or sport that they will enjoy.
  • Encourage children to take up art projects to being creative and independent.
  • Children constantly watch and hear how you behave and treat others.
  • Parent’s fears for their children safety, if extreme, can have an adverse effect on their children confidence
    and self-esteem.
  • As a parent, you are responsible for correcting and guiding your child. But how you express your corrective guidance makes all the difference in how your child receives it.
  • Motivate your children with positive reinforcement, help them set realistic goals and have attainable expectations
    for your child.
  • Make simple rules for your child. Start with a few “things we do and don’t do.” Discuss them with your child.
  • If you feel that your child’s behavior is beginning to get out of control, “nip it in the bud” by distracting your child’s attention onto a positive activity or game.
  • Try to avoid yelling at your children in anger.
  • Establish a reliable routine. A clear and consistent routine helps a child feel safe and secure.
  • Keep children well hydrated.
  • Cover and fence pools/keep a phone and emergency numbers close.
  • Always supervise children around any water, from oceans and pools to bathtubs and buckets.
  • Check your child’s records to ensure that immunizations are up-to-date and keep a copy of those records.
  • Never leave a child unattended in a car.
  • Use corner guards on furniture edges and blind cord sharpeners’ to prevent strangulation hazards.
  • Tack down loose carpet to avoid unnecessary falls.
  • Porches, balconies and stairs should have guardrails; install safety gates at the top and bottom of stairways.
  • Keep electrical appliances away from water and out of reach of children.
  • Create barriers. Lock doors to dangerous areas, open windows from the top or use window guards; screens will
    not prevent a fall.
  • Store dangerous household products out of reach of children.
  • Dress for playground safety.
  • Keep emergency phone numbers by EVERY phone, as well as having a copy in your car and office.
  • Check hearing every year age 3-12, then at age 15 and 18.
  • Checking vision every year age 3-12, then at age 15 and 18.
  • Don’t put your baby in bed with a bottle.
  • Start dental visits at age three; then twice a year for a check-up and cleaning.
  • Make activity part of your lifestyle. Have your child learn a new sport.
  • Limit or change snacks. Make sure you have only healthy choices in the house.

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