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In these articles, parents and caregivers will learn about what discipline is, what behavior to expect from different ages of children, what to do when a child misbehaves or is upset, and how to set a child up for success.
What is discipline vs. punishment?
Here you’ll learn the differences between discipline and punishment. Understanding these differences can help you better approach and manage those challenging behavioral moments.
Learn about your preschooler's discpline
This information will help caregivers and parents have the starting tools to work with children through their social-emotional and behavioral development.
Parenting & Behavior Management Strategies (Preschooler)Kids ages three to five years old may have developed strong language skills and experienced many things, but they are still learning about how to manage their behavior and emotions. By being exposed to more environments (like daycare or preschool) and people (like teachers and new friends), your child is learning how to act and respond in different situations.
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