Grounding and confinement can cause them to rebel, which is ineffective in changing their behaviour.
Request that your child take the pet for a walk or run. If you don't have a pet, you can have your child run around the garden or yard.
If your child has been misbehaving and you want to punish them, extend their bedtime by five to ten minutes, or whatever you believe is appropriate.
Each lesson is delivered by a slew of cute, colourful animals, and there are a slew of mini-games to help make learning more enjoyable.
Instead of punishing or scolding your children if they have problems at school due to poorly written homework or class work, make sure they get enough practise at home.
When it comes to teaching children to behave well, consequence-based learning may be more effective than harsh punishment.
For every time your child leaves the room in a shambles or fails to complete a responsibility, assign them a daily chore.
If your children appear to fight frequently, ask them to establish a no-fight zone inside the house. This is a type of reinforcement learning that can help your children learn about boundaries.
Instead of asking them to do it on the watch, set a timer and tell them that if the timer goes off before they finish, you will revoke some or all of their privileges.
When you need to punish someone, have them take out a chit and do whatever is written on it. Because they can devise the creative punishments used, they feel like they are a part of the process.