Category Archives: Behavior improvement

Methods for Better Behavior in School

Here are some strategies to improve kids behavior in school. Methods include tickets, rewards, and incentive programs to reward good behavior and discourage bad behavior. Read some of the creative rewards that teachers in many grade schools use as reported … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement, School Behavior | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Let us help

Image | Posted on by | Tagged , | Leave a comment

How Do Encouragement and Love Help Improve Child Behavior?

How do encouragement and love help improve child behavior? As parents we are sometimes looking for ways to improve our children’s behavior. Some of the best help can be found by applying some pretty simple and age old methods. Kids … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Which type of child discipline is right for me?

We as parents are faced with some difficult choices when it comes to disciplining our children. There are those who follow an “old school” train of though that discipline should involve instilling fear in children by trying to correct bad … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Great Tips for Better Behavior From Your Kids-What parents can do.

Here is a helpful article from ADD Magazine for getting better behavior from your kids which incorporates many of the methods used with the Ticket Store Game. Spend unstructured time together Schedule 15 minutes each day with your child, to … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Avoiding the Melt Down-Using Self Control

Experiencing a child melt down in a public place or even in your home can be a very frustrating experience. Your self control can actually lead to your child’s self control. If you do not act out of impulse to … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tips on how to help control parental anger

Sometimes we as parents feel angry because our children are not listening and responding the way we want. Here are some tips that may help in controlling your anger. 1. Try to adjust how you think about what your child … Continue reading

Posted in Behavior improvement | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment