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Children are naughty, not obey, aren’t they? The problem is that parents do not have right strategy to train them.

Whenever you ask your babies not to do something, they begin trying to do it slowly as if they did not hear anything. Why are they unruly? What do you do to make them listen to you?

Initially, children are not such stubborn. However, they are trying you but not as the way you think. When kids toddle, they are trying to follow standards of behavior and rules of their family. They are in transition between standards that they must comply with and their normal habits in order that at a certain time when they do not stay with you, they will follow these rules themselves.

What do you do to make them listen to you?

What do you do to make them listen to you?

In fact, it is not difficult to teach kindergarteners to know how to listen, but the problem is that you need to have “strategy” to train them. Here are some excellent suggestions for you.

1.     Obviousness

Language ability of kindergarteners has limitation, so you should teach them definitively, simply, and show rights obviously. Kids will be uncomfortable and opposed to if you always say repeatedly one subject, and they feel difficult to understand a long sentence: “It’s cold outside and you are ill, I would like you to wear sweater before we go to the store”. Moreover, do not express an issue as a question if your babies actually do not have any choice such as “The car is coming, get in, baby!” Perhaps, that impacts more powerfully than saying “Do you get in?”

Short, concise and full of meaning sentences will help children understand your messages more quickly.

Language ability of kindergarteners has limitation, so you should teach them definitively, simply, and show rights obviously

Language ability of kindergarteners has limitation, so you should teach them definitively, simply, and show rights obviously

2.     Definitiveness

Express clearly what you want to tell, do not threaten or promise to kids things you cannot carry out. If you talk to a 2-year-old baby that: “You need to drink milk after dinner”, do not gossip in 5 minutes later, but spend time for kids to drink orange juice, for example. Be sure that your husband and you have unified and agreed with “rules” that you give your baby to avoid dissent during teaching babies.

Furthermore, do not shout or repeat your desire with kids: “I would like you…”, “I want you …” – these are your desires, not their desires. For preschoolers, words are not as effective as actions. If you want to say “Lay this glass on the table”, gradually teach your babies how to put the glass on the table and give them a little time to follow, do not urge or get angry.

3.     Consolidate your messages  

Children will memorize and comply with rules better if you often remind them. For example, remind skillfully your children: “It’s time for bed” and blink light to sign, or sign by put hand on their shoulders in order to lightly draw their attention out of their favorite toys, take them on bed, and pat them sleep.

4.     Practical directions

If you say to a 2 year-old child: “Store your toys,” it will look around the room, be confused, and do not understand your idea. To make your words impact on him, say specifically and clearly what it is. For example, “Store yellow box!” When your kids finished, ask them to do for others.

Practical directions

If you say to a 2 year-old child: “Store your toys,” it will look around the room, be confused, and do not understand your idea.

5.     Motivation

Shouting and threatening to make kids follow parents’ desires are obviously easy to get effect. But no parents feel comfortable with that way. Most of the children have positive reaction if you treat them easefully, joyfully, or using lyric of cute song to transfer your messages. For example, “Why does cat wash his face? Because he is afraid of eye pain…”, to ask kids to wash their face. And do not forget to praise and motivate babies when they do well.

6.     Make a good example

Children who are in primary school will be more obeyed if their parents themselves are good examples. Create habits of respectively listening to your babies as when you listen to other people. You need to look at them when they talk to you, politely respond, and do not interrupt their words, just reply when they finish talking. While kids are talking to you, do not turn away or arbitrarily go out.

 

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