Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Be Proactive with Your Child’s Discipline Problems this School Year by Grandma Jeddah

Some children are more known for their behavioral problems than others. If your child had a few discipline problems last year in school, don’t wait for parent conference day or report card day to get in touch with your child’s teacher.  Let your child’s teacher know you are concerned about helping improve your child’s behavior.  Ask the teacher if she uses any special discipline techniques at school that you can follow up with at home. Volunteer for a day or so each month. This will show your child and his teacher that you really care about his progress in school. 
Children have different characteristics.  Some are easier to manage than others.  Showing interest in your child’s, school, classroom, teacher and class work is one way of showing your child how important he is to you.  The discipline process is much easier when your child feels and knows you care. 


Grandma Jeddah is the author of Discipline without Disrespecting: Discover the Hidden Secrets of How to Effectively Discipline your Muslim Child—And Keep your Peace of Mind While at It. Order her book or subscribe to her free newsletter at www.grandmajeddah.com.

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