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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'.

Suggest changing out "good" & consider a movement break instead of losing…

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FREE Printable Behavior Charts for Home and School

Free Printable Behavior Charts for parents and teachers. For boys and girls, from potty charts to school work, chore charts, reward charts, sticker charts, and much more! Just click, print, and go! Kids of all ages love em! For home and school. #parenting

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House rules are a must. However, knowing the purpose for discipline enriches the child's understanding and need for following the rules. Divine order

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We really need to try something like this. Chore & Discipline Charts**** this is an amazing idea and would work well for Braeden since they work this way in school***

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housewifery: Finding Joy in Motherhood - How God Used Discipline to Change My Heart

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reward system based on 'real world' -- kids earn chips for good behaviors and chores, then turn them in for things they want. they also lose chips for behaviors that aren't acceptable. (this is the chart I created for my little nanny-kids)

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I thought this discipline chart thing was really cute! My daughters Kindergarten teacher uses something similiar to this and I think they work great because you start off in the middle and you can either move up (be good) which motivates them to do even better than the normal or you can move down whiich means you need to make better choices. 4309

Chore & Discipline Charts**** this is an amazing idea and would work well for Braeden since they work this way in school***

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Behavior Charts RoundUP

A great vertical behavior chart from Kindergarten Korner. I really like this chart because it allows students the opportunity to redeem possible negative behavior throughout the day, and earn positive acknowledgement for appropriate actions through the possibility of going above just the"ready to learn" stance. This could be modified for any K-5th grade classroom.

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