8-misbehaviors: Correcting kids & making it fun: Goodbye to Anger

Many times I've found myself yelling at my seven year old for doing something wrong. Being leaving the freezer door open and having to thaw it. It happened so many times, he's in such a hurry that he doesn't want to miss a thing yet, the door isn't one of them. When he was little it was easy to just get him to do the opposite by getting him involved in say: if he chose to throw a toy I would show him some other way to have fun like a ramp for his toy. But now that he's older I'm not doing this as much as I use too. I don't like getting angry with him it's not a good example of how to solve the problem. I have spanked him on a few occasions because I was at the end, I was frustrated and didn't know what else to do. I've also taken him to counseling to correct him this has left him still misbehaving if not more. I just mentioned that I was going to make his punishment a game with a wheel. He just smiled and bounced a little on the couch. His comment: "do I get to spin a real spinner?" A change...yeaaaaaaaa

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8-themes or misbehavior
Excessive Arguing
Leaving the lights on
Not putting things away
A job poorly done
S-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g the truth
Taking without asking
Talking back
Wheel of Just Desserts

There are programs, books, and set-up stickers and posters that are just too time consuming. With the wheel you pick out stickers, with your kids. Snap the spinner, your kids have a chance for high consequences or low. For misbehaving they spin the wheel. Click Here To Order

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