How can parents get their kids to be more apt to comply? One strategy widely recommended by children's health professionals is to engage your child in short, daily sessions of child-led play. @SummerThomadhttps://t.co/DrQoxBvos8
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Rather than using timeouts and consequences to change a child's behavior, Dr. Becky Kennedy says that parents should make an effort to understand why their kid is acting out in the first place. @elisewho https://t.co/ivBEsP35mv
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) October 29, 2022
The 5-minute daily playtime ritual that can get your kids to listen better is from KQED.