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Louis
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Rewarding a child

Rewarding is not necessarily buying something. It will be even better if you reward your child with going somewhere - a zoo, an amusement park, a cinema. It is much more important for children to spend some time together with parents than to get a new toy or a chocolate bar. Tell your child that you are proud of him or her for what he or she did, never foget to praise and to tell the child about love.

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Bimbo
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Rewarding a child

It's very important to reward your child. I always try to do so and it has posotive influence on my child.Buy a toy for your child, that they can choose. Toys are very popular with children, and they are also very much loved by children.Buy a sweet treat of your child's choice. Kids love to eat sweet treats, and they are great rewards.Give your child a hug. Hugs show love for your child, and they also thank him/her for his/her good behavior.Let your child choose a movie they want to watch. Movies are entertaining, and they show thanks for your child's excellent behavior. Letting your child pick their favorite movie makes him/her happy.

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Mike
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Joined: 07/08/2016 - 09:24
Rewarding a child

I think that rewarding a child is very important in the proccess of upbringing. In my childhood parents always used to reward me, it brought me so much happiness! Reward may exist in two forms - praising a child or giving a child little presents for his or her success. If to ask a child to write a list of the things he would like to get as a reward, these will surely be toys, favourite food, a pony or many other things that children of his age like. Rewarding a child is useful in any ways, because it teaches our children to be involved in something, to love what you do, to be independent.

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Bimbo
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Rewarding a child

As i told in the other topic, i think that rewards can help children to study better in school and do things that they do not like to do, for example, cleaning their rooms or walking a dog :whistle: I really think that it can help parents to have better relations with kids without shouting on them, but also kids can grow up being very pragmatic and mercenary and it's not good quality.... That's why i am not sure whether rewards are good way of treating children or not. May be it is better to reward kids with some more hours in front of TV or computer and it will be good motivation for them? :S :huh:

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CarlosFerro
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Joined: 03/07/2017 - 13:56
Rewarding a child

Yes, even as not the highly experienced guy, who doe snot have a child, I still understand how important it is to reward the baby... all positive results he or she has, as well, as all efforts and trials too!!!  Because, you see, it is hard to imagine that the kid will have only the victory at every type of the competition, at every step he does at learning, it is not possible, but the effort he applies to the deal he does, plays a huge and high role... so the rewarding is the thing which goes without the consideration. you will be stimulating the son or daughter to do more and more in the future to receive the same happy reward he received from you already. it is so simple...

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Valeos
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Joined: 11/23/2017 - 11:52
Rewarding a child

Greetings to you people. How are you, how are you? Of course, I agree with you, man. It is necessary to encourage the child, and reward for his success, and accordingly the child will try harder to get a reward. It really works, I tested it in practice))) Or rather I used this method when raising my son. Sometimes it happens that this method did not work, the child simply did not have the desire to do something or just tired. But it should be remembered that it is necessary to reward the child strictly for merits, otherwise the whims will be constantly.

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Bert
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The reward is the result of

The reward is the result of good behavior. This is the way to say "well done!" After your child has done something good or behaved well. Rewards can make your praise and encouragement more effective in encouraging good behavior. The reward helps to repeat the good behavior of your child.Sometimes it's easier to criticize than to praise. Bad behavior is more obvious than good behavior - much more likely to notice that your child is screaming than paying attention when your child is quietly reading the book. Try to pay attention to the correct behavior!Use praise to change behavior. You can use praise as a tool to help cope with difficult behavior and replace it with acceptable behavior.

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Alister
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Joined: 03/15/2018 - 06:54
To finish what has been

To finish what has been started to the end is what we do after the child does something. The reason is that when you are ready to carry out the work that has been begun on a regular basis, your children will take what you are saying seriously. We know that children will check us if it seems to them that there is at least some chance that we will not bring it to completion. The more often you will finish what you have begun and do what you promised, the less your children will check you. Our children are cunning, and they will continue to do just what works! We believe that we must carry out what was started until the end when the child has already committed some sort of misconduct, but it is necessary to carry out what has been begun until the end when the child behaves well or simply does not behave badly. Rewards are the completion of the initiated to the end in cases with the behavior that you want to see more often. Rewards strengthen values, skills and habits that you think are right. The purpose of punishments is to reduce the manifestations of bad behavior that still remain. 

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Albert
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Most of the incentives should

Most of the incentives should be immaterial, and in the form of parental praise and recognition of the importance of the child. The substitution of recognition with gifts prevents the development of the child's initiative, confidence and independence. A child who receives a gift for each of his positive actions gives the impression that his successes are necessary for parents, and not for him. For example, parents tell a child: "If you eat soup, then we'll buy you a car today." Abuse of such a method provokes the child's dependence on reward. He will continue to behave accordingly, there is no gift and I will do nothing. Also, as a reward, you can not release the child from performing the duties assigned to him earlier. For example, to say: "If you get a top five in mathematics today, you can not vacuum the carpet at home." In this case, the child perceives any work as something unpleasant and will be deprived of the desire to show diligence. For a child, in this case, getting a reward will be more important than the process of overcoming difficulties.

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Brian
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The first thing to do is to

The first thing to do is to conduct a thorough diagnosis of the allergy to identify which specific allergen is the body's reaction (analysis for allergens). This is a big step to success. Since accurate knowledge helps to build the most effective treatment for allergies in children.
Further it is necessary to exclude as much as possible contact with the revealed allergen, as far as it will be possible, after which allergy sufferers will be uniquely easier. However, it is often impossible to completely not meet with an allergen, therefore at each contact the child will resume an allergic reaction.

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