When do parents need to start to
discipline their child?
During the toddler and preschool years, children
experience a rap...
One of the first lessons a child needs to learn is
the lesson of obedience. Before he is old enough
to reason, he may be t...
The object of discipline is the training of the
child for self-government. He should be taught
self-reliance and self-cont...
How to effectively discipline a child?
Communicate
Parents, and even teachers, should keep a strong
communication with the...
Too much management is as bad as too
little. The effort to "break the will" of a child
is a terrible mistake. The will sho...
“The rod of correction imparts wisdom, but a child
left to himself disgraces his mother”
-Proverbs 29:15
Discipline is use...
Discipline
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  1. 1. When do parents need to start to discipline their child? During the toddler and preschool years, children experience a rapid increase in curiosity and physical agility. Because they are incapable of understanding consequences of their curiosity- driven actions, young children can be difficult to discipline.
  2. 2. One of the first lessons a child needs to learn is the lesson of obedience. Before he is old enough to reason, he may be taught to obey. By gentle, persistent effort, the habit should be established. Thus, to a great degree, may be prevented those later conflicts between will and authority that do so much to create alienation and bitterness toward parents and teachers, and too often resistance of all authority, human and divine. -Mrs. E. W.
  3. 3. The object of discipline is the training of the child for self-government. He should be taught self-reliance and self-control. Help the child to see that all things are under law, and that disobedience leads, in the end, to disaster and suffering. When God says "Thou shall not…" He, in love, warns us of the consequences of disobedience in order to save us from harm and loss.
  4. 4. How to effectively discipline a child? Communicate Parents, and even teachers, should keep a strong communication with the children. It promotes understanding between the young and the adult. Set the Rules Knowledge is power, and the children who knows the do’s and don’ts tend to be more obedient and careful in their actions.
  5. 5. Too much management is as bad as too little. The effort to "break the will" of a child is a terrible mistake. The will should be guided and molded, but not ignored or crushed. Save the strength of the will; in the battle of life it will be needed. – Mrs. E. W.
  6. 6. “The rod of correction imparts wisdom, but a child left to himself disgraces his mother” -Proverbs 29:15 Discipline is used to correct and train people to go in the right way. “No discipline seems pleasant at the time, it can be painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it” -Hebrews 12:11

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