Guiding Young Children: 21 Strategies

  • July 1, 2016

Think about the overall goals you have for the children in your care. What qualities or characteristics would you like to see in these children next year? What about 10 years from now? We can support children’s growth and their character development of positive characteristics by providing a strong foundation through guidance. This article will focus on how guidance (positive discipline) supports children and facilitates long-term success, while punishment (negative discipline) is hurtful and can have long-lasting effects. Twenty-one strategies to make guidance of young children successful will be highlighted. In addition, this article questions the use of rewards, stickers, and time out as important practices in guiding young children.

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