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How To Teach Responsibility?

We as a parent need to bring up mindful, careful, and responsible children. Being a responsible person, not only helps us to protect our family and also provide stability in life. We need to instill discipline in children so that they can be responsible people in the future. Here we are giving you some tips on how to teach responsibilities to children. 1. Give schedules and time frames for tasks. If your child gets some assignment instead of helping them directly, help them provide some tips or routes for doing the task. Guide them in scheduling. They would do that efficiently at a given deadline. 2. Keep your Child Busy Give your child too many things to do. Apart from academic education, children need to learn so many things. Your kids learn swimming, playing some games, or cultural activities. You need to make sure your child does not get time to sleep during daytime. 3. Make your child afford to pay If your child breaks down his belongings deliberately or unknowingly, you should

Good Touch and Bad Touch For Children

  You wonder how do I educate the difference between good and bad touch to children? It is a difficult job but, at the same time, imperative for the safety of children. None other than you and teachers are the ones who care for your children than anyone. You have to take the initiative so that your children get a clue when someone touches them inappropriately. 1. No one can touch your private parts. You are the boss of your body. 2. Children should be allowed to say no if they do not like someone who intentionally tries to touch. It doesn't matter even if they are their closest relatives. 3. Explain to your kids about different kinds of touches. 4. Good touches demonstrate caring. The bad one hurts your body or feelings. 5. When someone pats you on the back or hugs you, it is good. It shows Sympathy or love and affection. 6. When someone pinches you or intentionally touches you, it is a bad touch. 7. Understanding the good and bad touch is not enough. Your children need to understa