Helping children to develop self control
Establishing a trusting relationship with children sets the climate for the development of self control skills. Strategies to use in teaching self discipline are described and include real life questions and answers to support positive discipline and behaviour management. United States
The growth of the person
Self regulation, self awareness and social understandings are key qualities to develop in early childhood. This short article highlights the importance of stable caregiver child relationships and the impact of these and understanding of children's temperament for emotional growth. United States.
Teaching children self control
Having power and control over ones actions is an important skill. This article gives practical ideas for working with young children in teaching self control skills and self discipline. United States.
Building self discipline and self control
Setting clear limits supports young children in developing self control and self discipline. This process of self regulation begins in infancy as the infant develops a sense of self. United States
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