Utilize behavior charts to keep track of your child’s successes. Build your child. Boost your child. See what he can become. Haim Ginot, famed author of Parent and Child and Parent and Teenager, advises parents, “To mention is to strengthen.” So catch your child being good. After all, every time you applaud your child’s success, he tells himself, “Hey! I am a successful kid. I can do this!” And so, he tries again…and usually succeeds again. The more stars your child will see by his name, the more likely he is to outshine himself and truly become a star.
Have you noticed behavior problems at home? Try a behavior chart to provide an effective positive discipline approach which will improve your child’s behavior. You can use a behavior chart in the classroom as well for students – they are a great way to maintain order in the classroom.