What are the 7 ways to discipline a child


Positive reinforcement: praising and rewarding good behavior

Time-out: removing a child from a situation as a consequence for misbehavior

Natural consequences: allowing the natural results of a child's actions to be the consequence (e.g. not cleaning up toys resulting in not being able to play with them)

Logical consequences: a consequence that is logically related to the misbehavior (e.g. taking away a toy that was broken due to misbehavior)

Redirection: redirecting a child's behavior towards a more appropriate activity

Teaching alternative behaviors: teaching and encouraging replacement behaviors to replace misbehavior

Consistency: being consistent with discipline methods and consequences to help a child understand what is expected of them.


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