Simple discipline technique - being positive! I used to give time-out after time-out and this is more effective for my 6-year-old. I count 1-2-3 before moving his name down to give him a chance to correct. And an end-of-day reward is great incentive to stay in the 'Happy zone'.
Discipline Chart - it is used with clips that start out on "ready for the day" and are moved up or down based on positive or negative behaviors. Privileges have to be earned back by performing a good deed or doing a chore. I've also considered incorporating jars that collect marbles. A marble is given every time the pin reaches awesome. If the child remains on awesome all day, they receive 3 marbles in their jar. Once the jar is filled up, a reward is given, such as a toy or trip to the…
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I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day.