May 25, 2012 by Arwen McGilvra
Recommended Reading: Clear Expectations Help Kids Behave by Karen Stephens:
“Behave.” “Be good.” “Cut it out.” “Act your age.” “Straighten up.” “Stop that.” “Keep it up and you’ll get what you’ve got coming.” Do you say these things to kids — over and over and over? Parents often wonder why these reminders and threats have little impact. One reason is that kids don’t always have good short term memory. It’s worse when they’re tired because their brains can’t process short term memory as well as they can when well rested… READ MORE
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