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Building and maintaining a positive relationship with your toddler or preschooler is another vital element in healthy child development. Based on decades of research and practical parenting experience, this engaging video series was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help parents manage what can sometimes become very challenging behavior by their young children such as disobedience and whining.
We understand that every family is unique so we offer these techniques as suggestions that you can tailor to your own children's needs. And as always, in Vermont you can speak to an HMG VT Child Developmental Specialist if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child's developmental journey by dialing 2-1-1 x6.
Essentials for Parenting Overview
There are two videos for each topic in Essentials for Parenting. The first is referred to as the "feature," which portrays the incorrect way to handle a specific issue with the child's behavior. The second video in each group outlines successful techniques that address the behavior depicted in the feature.
Talking With Your Child
In this feature video a father lets stress from work interfere with his play time with his daughter. Watch as he learns how to get his daughter interested in play time again. (length 4:43)
In the "How-To" video learn some tried and true ways to communicate with your child.
A mother finds that her son does not follow her directions and figures out what is causing the problem. Watch as she learns how to give directions that can be followed.
In the "How To" video learn the steps to giving directions and find out what to do when your child does not listen.
Does your child have meltdowns when you change from one activity to another? Do you have trouble getting your child to follow a regular schedule? Consistent routines and rules help create order and structure your day. Things go more smoothly when you and your child know what to expect.
In the "How To" video see how family routines help with structure and how they can improve your child’s behavior.
Using Discipline & Consequences
Want to reduce misbehavior?
Step 1: Identify the misbehavior.
Step 2: Give a warning.
Step 3: Give a consequence.
Step 4: Tell them why the negative consequence is happening.
Step 5: After the consequence is over go back to being positive with your child.
It's all fun and games until the sippy cup hits the floor…for the hundredth time. Join a mother as she learns ways to handle her daughter’s misbehavior.
In the "How To" video learn how to use consequences and discipline to improve your child’s behavior.
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