Lesson that our Child might get From us

While I do my usual reading in the school, I encounter this lesson from a book of “How to Behave, so you Preschooler will, too!” by Sal Severe, Ph. D.

It’s an interesting book, especially if you are raising preschoolers. You will learn from simple information to a more detailed ways. And so I’d like to share this information. I hope the author would not mind at all. Anyways I already cited his own book.

What you Do

What Your Child Will Learn

You argue, yell or call people names Child can be rude.
You get angry with your child Child can get angry with parents, siblings and friends.
You have an emotional outburst. Child can have tantrums.
You belittle or shame your child Child can be critical to others and himself.

It is essential on our part as a parents to give good example to our own children.

What you Do

What Your Child Will Learn

You snack on candy between meals. Child can eat candy between meals.
You watch TV several hours each day. Child can watch TV for hours.
You yell something obscene at someone who takes your parking place. Child can be verbally offensive.

Learning habits should start from us, before our own child will develop their own habits.

 

What you Do

What Your Child Will Learn

You apologize for using bad language Child can apologize
You speak in a calm voice, instead of an angry one. Child can use calm voice.
You take responsibility for your anger. Child can take responsibility for his anger.
You show self – control in challenging situation. Child can stay calm when provoked.
You use polite language Child can use polite language.
You are kind to others. Child can be kind to others.
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