Tired Of Tantrums In Public Spaces: 10 Tips To Have A Behaved Child


Set Clear Expectations

Let them know what is expected of them and what consequences will follow if they misbehave. 

Practice Good Manners

Teaching your child good manners, such as saying “please” and “thank you,” can help them interact politely with others in public spaces 

Bring Distractions

Bringing distractions, such as books or toys, can help keep your child occupied and prevent them from becoming bored or restless.  

Be Consistent

Being consistent with your expectations and consequences can help your child understand what is expected of them and what behavior is appropriate. 

Use Positive Reinforcement

Using positive reinforcement, such as praise or rewards, can help motivate your child to behave well in public spaces 

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