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This electronic publication provides specific activities and tips that parents can use at home to develop responsibility in their children.
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Education experts know that the most responsible children are generally the most successful. They also know that irresponsible behavior will ultimately affect a child's progress in school and success in life. The majority of children are somewhere in between. The good news is educators can provide fool-proof ideas parents can use to make a real difference in their child's level of responsibility and powerfully impact their child's level of success.
This guide provides specific activities and tips that parents can use at home to develop responsibility in their children. They'll get secrets to develop "no nag" approaches as they build their child's ability to assume personal responsibility. They'll learn when to give praise and when not to. They'll learn how to gradually allow their child to assume more responsibility. They'll find out how to teach their child about choices … including experiencing the consequences of his actions. Parents will learn about how to chart success, give rewards, help their child plan ahead and more! Get started today providing parents with ideas that are both useful and practical.
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