1. RESPECT YOUR CHILD IN EVERY ASPECT OF THEIR LIFE
Respect that they have needs as we do. Being humble to their needs can also spread to teaching them respect and politeness by setting good examples. Be kind and courteous to your children and to others as well. This is the best way for them to absorb it if it is used in practice.
2. FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT
Give them space and opportunity to be able to move around. Do not have them in one confined place, not explore their environment or try new movement possibilities. As children learn to move it expands their possibilities for learning by freely exploring their environment
3. FREEDOM OF CHOICE
Always give them a choice. This is best when you are with toddlers, and you are pleasing in a power struggle. Give them only two choices for things that will involve them. They can have dinner now or have it later with everybody else, they can wear blue or red shorts with the green top.
4. TEACH INDEPENDENCE
Give them opportunities to do things for themselves. Children are not to be treated as mini-adults who can do all things for themselves. However, they are not helpless human beings. Make things easy or simplified for them so that they can actually do things by themselves.
Always properly talk to them in a clearly expressed voice. Give them the names of objects around them to increase their vocabulary. Talking to them also involves sculpting communication with other adults and listening. Be respectful when talking to them.
6. TEACH NOT BY CORRECTING BUT BY MODELLING
Do not impart by adjudicating whether the child is doing something right or wrong. If a mistake is made, model correctly how to do it. Do not make a big deal out of it; make them aware of their mistakes subtly.
7. KEEP TO NATURAL SIMPLE MATERIALS / TOYS
There is no need for fancy or glitzy toys that do all the work for the child and just leave them watching and being pleased for a short period of time. Get toys that inspire children to do something with their hands, drop the ball in a box, or stack rings to accomplish a task.
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8. USE COMMON SENSE
It is not that hard to raise a child; some things just need to encompass common sense that seems to be not so common for some. Trust yourself that you are doing the right thing if it feels right.
What you teach them now will help you in the long run. Do not give in to getting peace and quiet for a few moments to encounter that problem every day. Instead, while it may take a longer time to get a child to learn something when they do, it does not become an issue any longer.
10. LASTLY, LOVE AND SUPPORT THEM
If you do this, you cannot go wrong with any parenting style you implement! It will be good enough, remember it can never be perfect, and mistakes and faults are all part of the growing up process.
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