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Age Appropriate Handling of Child

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Age Appropriate Handling of Child

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Age Appropriate Handling of Child

  1. 1. Age Appropriate Handling of Child Dr. Kanwal Kaisser
  2. 2. Discipline Secret • Kids are not born rude, defiant, or selfish. • They learn those behaviors. • That behavior helps them get what they want. • So, they continue that behavior Learned behavior Get what they want Behavior continues
  3. 3. Age Appropriate behavior Making rules Discipline techniques Alternatives to Discipline 70% 15% 10% 5%
  4. 4. At 2-4 years… • Shows extreme behavior • Temper tantrums are common • Easily distracted because of short attention span • Has little concept of sharing – plays alone alongside other children • Likes routine and any changes are upsetting
  5. 5. For 2-4 Year child Age Appropriate behavior Making rules Discipline techniques Alternatives to Discipline • Activity based learning • Pre-Operational Thoughts • Protective simple rules • Positive strokes • Engaging techniques • Tantrum handling 70% 15% 10% 5%
  6. 6. Chores for this Age…. • Run simple errands • Put napkins on table • Help put away toys • Put laundry in hamper • Perform simple chores with help and reminder
  7. 7. Values to be taught • Sunnah habits • Consideration • Kindness
  8. 8. At 5-7 years • Becoming more independent and can be serious and realistic at times • Friendly & talkative to strangers • Becoming less frustrated and less angry • Has difficulty being flexible.
  9. 9. For 5-7 Year child Age Appropriate behavior Making rules Discipline techniques Alternatives to Discipline • Q&A based learning • Skill Development • Reinforcing rules • Applying discipline techniques well • Alternatives where required 70% 15% 10% 5%
  10. 10. Chores for this Age…. "Help" is the important word at this age. • Perform simple tasks with reminders • Complete HW in 20-30 min • Run errands (2-3 step instructions)
  11. 11. Values to be taught • Mindset for fard ibadah (Salah, Recitation Quran, Haya, Fasting) • Responsibility • Honesty
  12. 12. At 8-10 years • Explosive, excitable, dramatic, and inquisitive. • Possesses a "know-it-all" attitude. • Is able to assume some responsibility for his actions. • Actively seeks praise. • May undertake more than he can handle successfully. • Recognizes the needs of others. • Need to be part of a group. • Seek independence.
  13. 13. For 8-10 Year child Age Appropriate behavior Making rules Discipline techniques Alternatives to Discipline • Thirst to learn • Mastered Skills • Rule Variation • Combination of Strokes and Alternatives 70% 15% 10% 5%
  14. 14. Chores for this Age…. • Perform chores take may take 15- 20 min • Run errands with greater distance and time delay • Keep track of belongings • Complete HW in 1 hr • Keep track of changing schedule • Save and plan money targets
  15. 15. Values to be taught • Hook them to comprehension of Quran and deeper study of Sunnah • Role modeling via Muslim Heroes • Fairness • Obedience • Self-Control
  16. 16. Adolescence • Shows more self-assertion and curiosity. • Is socially expansive and aware. • Is physically exuberant, restless, wiggly, and talks a lot. • Has a range and intensity of emotions. • Is moody and easily frustrated.
  17. 17. For Adolescent child Age Appropriate behavior Making rules Discipline techniques Alternatives to Discipline • Independent learning • Enhanced skills • Adult rules • Relationship building 70% 15% 10% 5%
  18. 18. Chores for this Age…. • Help out with chores around home • Babysit younger sibling • Follow complex school schedule • Plan time within school and extra curricular activities
  19. 19. Values to be taught • Ownership of Deen • Teach Deen and skills to people around • Decision making • Response-ability • Assertiveness
  20. 20. To get in touch….. Dr. Kanwal Kaisser/ Hamaray Bachchay Dr. Kanwal Kaisser @ HamarayBachchay hbheadoffice@gmail.com www.hamaraybachchay.com

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