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How to Get Your Child to Listen and Follow Directions428970Poor listening is one of the most common concerns expressed by parents. Parents can help get their children to listen the first time by making a few simple changes in the way you teach and give commands.3/9/2020 8:21:23 PMWhen kids are having fun, they want to keep having fun Parents often say they need to repeat requests, threaten or raise their voice to get their child to do what they have asked 11593https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Get Your Children to Do Their Homework428965Parents can help children be more successful in school by taking an active interest in homework and being supportive of study time.3/5/2020 9:25:59 PMIf your child seems to consistently be spending long periods of time doing homework, check with your child's teacher(s) to see if this matches the teacher's expectations 1288https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Give Clear Instructions to Children428972Does getting your child to do something feel like an impossible task? One of the reasons may be the way you’re giving an instruction.3/5/2020 9:27:16 PMLet your child know what you want him or her to do rather than not to do. When you only describe a negative behavior like Don't ask, tell – Do not ask your child to do something 2593https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Tame Your Child’s Aggression4289746/16/2020 3:34:02 PMUnderstanding how to respond to and minimize your child's aggression can teach him or her how to communicate positively and help prevent future outbursts 101https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Get Your Child to Stop Whining4289713/5/2020 3:29:16 PMwhining Never give children what they want when they are whining The best way to respond when children are whining is to say you don’t understand them Silence is 9340https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Effectively Tell Your Child “No”4289696/16/2020 3:34:10 PMgranted that children have an inborn ability to respond to “No” — they don’t. So after you have issued one “No” — that’s right, one “No” — you need to take action 353https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Promote Internet Safety in the Home429463Kids are always connected! But whether your children are on Facebook, Pinterest or whatever popular social site pops up next month, parents need to know how to keep their kids safe while online.3/18/2024 10:05:33 PMDangers of the internet may make your child’s only social outlet or way to make friends, you may need to start giving negative consequences in order to change their behaviors 705https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How To Deal with your Teen’s Moodiness428968Moodiness affects all of us, but can occur even more frequently with teenagers. 7/22/2020 2:54:08 PMTo do this, consider will help your teen remember that it's easy to talk to you, and that will encourage him or her to start more serious conversations later 333https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Help Children Deal with the Impact of Divorce429458Approximately half of all marriages end in divorce. Considering this statistic, countless children are impacted when their parents divorce.3/16/2020 6:05:36 PMdating for several months following the separation to give you and your children time to adapt to the changes Financially support your children to maintain their standard of living 306https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Spend Quality Time with Your Children4289734/2/2020 7:32:01 PMTime spent together means opportunities for you to teach, for your children to learn and for both of you to strengthen your loving, nurturing relationship Set aside one day a week 326https://www.parenting.org/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx