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Allow Some Extra Time. Until your child works through this phase of development, set aside some extra time in the mornings or evenings, or whenever dawdling is most problematic in your home. Set the alarm a bit earlier or begin toy clean up earlier to plan for delays.
Look at It as a Work in Progress. Prepare ahead. Right along with limiting choices, preparing ahead is a great way to save some time and avoid confusion. Make a habit of encouraging your child to pick out the next day’s outfit in advance. Have a set place for hanging coats, stowing shoes, make sure your kids get these prepared ahead of time too.
Dawdling: Patience, Prompts, and Communication Helps Kids Move Along A friend told me that one day she realized she told her child to “Hurry up,Honey” more often than she told him she loved him. It was a wake-up call. She knew then,something needed to change. Strategies For Disrupting The Dawdler An option instead of getting upset is to give your child motivation to speed up.
If you can involve them in the process of getting ready or distract them from their dawdling, then you will be much more likely to. If your child dawdles more in the afternoon or evening, perhaps a nap or bed time adjustment will perk things up. Step-by-Step Directions Instead of vaguely telling your children to “get ready,” you can give further directions in a step-by-step sequence. Most children can follow one or two step directions quite easily.
What can you do to speed them up? Most of the children who dawdle, have a hard time transitioning to the new task. To solve this problem, give your child Remove distractions and let your focus on the task at hand. Make your child aware of the time lapse by reminding him of the time gone by.
For. Effective Ways to Handle Dawdling in Kids. By Katherine Lee 5 Ways to Teach Your Child Anger Management Skills. By Amy Morin, LCSW Establishing House Rules for Teenagers.
By Amy Morin, LCSW 7 Bad Behaviors Parents Should Correct ASAP. By Katherine Lee 8 Steps to Discipline Children with Calm, Zen Love. The rule is that children will seek as much attention as you give them. You must strike a balance between how much your children want and how much you can give. Even normal attention-seeking can drive you crazy on some days.
Do not let your children’s need. The advice: “If you want kids to listen, lower your voice instead of raising it. This forces kids to focus.
Whisper, ‘If you can hear me, touch your nose.’ After a. Build in extra time when you organize your day and week. Clearly and simply tell your toddler what you want: “Put on your coat now, please.”. Remove distractions when you’re in a hurry.
Get yourself ready ahead of time, turn off the TV, put toys away, etc.
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