Family rules are good for parents and kids. This guide explains how to involve kids and teens in making rules and get rules working well for your family.
Used effectively, consequences can be a handy tool to have in your child behaviour management toolkit. Read how to use different types of consequences.
Time-out is taking your child away from interesting activities and attention as a consequence for unacceptable behaviour. Find out how to get started.
Time-out not working? Common problems include children refusing to go, challenging behaviour during time-out or leaving time-out. Get time-out help tips.
Loss of privilege is removing one of your child’s activities or belongings as a consequence for misbehaviour. It can be an effective discipline for kids.