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Strategies On How To Raise Good Kids

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Strategies On How To Raise Good Kids

Author : Lamery Hanly   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-04-09 13:15:02    Word Count : 722    Popularity:   0

Tags:   teaching kids how to read, teaching children how to read, teaching a child to read, how to teach kids to read, how to teach child to read, teaching your child to read, teaching toddlers to read, teach your baby to read

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One way to teach your kids is to set a great example yourself. If you are spending a lot of time going out, watching TV, or playing games try to show an example by spending time watching documentaries or reading books. They will want to be just like you, and will end up liking educational things.

If your child is a frequent visitor to the nurse's office at school, he or she could be a victim of bullying. Studies have shown that children who are bullied (and also children who are bullies themselves) make the most trips to the nurse's office. If this sounds like your child, be sure to ask them about their relationships with their classmates to determine if bullying is the culprit.

If you are exhausted trying to care for your newborn at night, put her rash cream on her diaper, Just before you go to sleep in the evening. This will save you time during late-night feedings, because you will be able to put your baby's diaper on without worrying about putting the paste on her bottom first.

A great parenting tip is to look at the efforts of your own parents as a base to work from and not the only way to raise your child. There's nothing worse than repeating the same mistakes with your child that your parents made on you. Always strive to come to your own solutions.

Rather than allowing your children to zone out mindlessly in front of the TV, encourage discussion about what they are watching. By engaging them in conversation, you can help them to learn new words, think critically, and become active consumers of media instead of just passively observing whatever is on.

Do not make your child a plate of food and then force them to eat everything that is on it. Encourage your child to take very small portions and finish them, then let them know that they can always have another portion if the first one wasn't enough.

Use your smart phone to soothe your baby with noise. You can download a white noise application and then place the phone near your child. This is particularly useful if you are going for a walk or if your child is riding in the car. You do not have to use white noise; there are a wide range of other calming sounds available.

To improve your parenting skills, allow your children the opportunity to develop their self-reliance by taking a step back and letting them learn how to do things on their own. Doing everything for your child can actually be damaging to their self esteem because it deprives them of the knowledge and confidence to handle situations on their own.

Instead of using bottles as a way for dad to bond with the baby, look into other more novel options. Many breastfeeding relationships are harmed by the need to have dad involved in the feeding. Fathers however have many other ways to bond with their babies than by interfering with feeding time. Have dad give baths or massages to the baby. Dad can rock the baby to sleep after breastfeeding is done providing crucial bonding moments.

One of the most important pieces of parenting advice is to remain consistent. If you reprimand a child once, you must do it every time that incident occurs. If you praise a child once, the same is true. Lack of consistency makes a child feel insecure and confuses them. Consistent behavior does the opposite.

Ask your child to do chores. Children need to learn how to do things like washing the dishes or making their bed; it is important to helping them learn independence, which ultimately leads to higher self-esteem. Chores also make children feel like they hold a valuable role in the family.

It is important to remember that there are nearly as many ways to raise children as there are children in the world. If this article's tips are not useful for one particular set of parents, there is plenty of alternative information out there. It is up to parents to choose the right parenting strategies for their particular situations.

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