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Electronic Parent Guides—School Readiness Set #2

Common Discipline Problems of Preschoolers and How to Deal With Them

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This electronic publication covers 10 common discipline problems most parents face every day with preschoolers and how to best deal with them—problems like temper tantrums, power struggles, fighting with siblings, dawdling, whining, bedtime battles, lying, disobedience, using bad language and more.

Discipline is probably one of the most important issues to parents of preschoolers. Like every other child, preschoolers will benefit from loving, consistent discipline. Every minute parents spend now to shape good behavior will save them and others countless hours and headaches later because as a child grows, so do discipline problems. The great news is that education experts have determined solid ways that really work to firmly, fairly and lovingly discipline children.

Parents will get ideas from the experts for specific strategies and appropriate consequences (punishments) for dealing with various discipline problems as well as anecdotal accounts of strategies used by parents of well-behaved children. Finally, if their child's behavior is beyond their control, it provides resources for finding help. Using the discipline methods outlined here will make a positive difference immediately and can lay the foundation for their child's future good behavior and success because a well-disciplined child does better in school…and life.

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