Behavior plans provide a great tool to manage your little one's behavior in a positive way... and they're easy to use!
A behavior plan is set up to provide positive consequences for a following rules and making good
choices. Regardless of the situation, behavior charts are a great tool to manage children's behavior.
A behavior chart can make following rules seem enjoyable.
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Negative consequences are set up for times that rules have been broken.
Find out about setting rules for young children.
Babies and toddlers crave discipline
Strategies that work: Lavish attention.
By giving your child as much love and attention as possible now, you're helping her become a well-adjusted and well-behaved person... read more about discipline.
The emotional two-year old
Strategies that work: Be positive - what do you want?
Tell your child when you like how he's behaving, rather than speaking up only when he's doing something wrong... read more about the emotional two-year-old.
Strong-willed three and four year olds
Strategies that work: No should mean "no".
"No" is one of the first words many kids learn to say, and it almost immediately becomes the one they say most often... read about strong-willed three & four olds.
Strategies for giving directions he'll follow
Children don't develop good 'reasoning' skills until they are at least six years old and older for some children. Saying things like... read more about behavior strategies for giving directions.
Strategies for maintaining structure
Establish predictable routines for morning and evening.Break everything down into small steps with three to four words in a step... read about beahvior strategies for maintaining structure.
Strategies for using rules and time-outs
Always review rules (short and no more than 3 to 5 rules) before entering a new environment or an environment you don't frequent often... read about beahvior strategies for rules and time-outs.