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Parenting Skills : Tips for Burping a Newborn Baby

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Burping a newborn baby allows the infant to release the air it swallows during feeding. Learn different positions and massage techniques to help your baby get the burp out in this free parenting skills video.

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Series Description: Parenting skills include a wide range of health-related issues such as bathing, teething, breastfeeding and others. Understand these important skill with help from a practicing physician in this free video series on child care.

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Parenting Tips – What is Positive Discipline? | Parents

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What is positive discipline? Watch as Parents Magazine defines different methods of discipline for some easy parenting tips to try. Discipline means “to teach,” and through discipline, your child learns self-control. Positive discipline means you show respect, listen, reward good behavior, and remind your children that you love them when teaching them right from wrong. Negative discipline, such as spanking, leads to fear and low self-esteem. There are eight key points to positive child discipline — be a good role model, be consistent, be calm and brief, be quick, pick your battles, be realistic, catch your child being good, and remind your child that you love him. Your child’s behavior won’t change immediately, but it’s important to start utilizing these discipline techniques early on for effective parenting.

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Parenting Tips – How to Discipline Children at Different Ages | Parents

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Discipline is about teaching, since children learn differently at every age, it is an important factor in how to discipline a child. One and two-year-olds need physical limits, but for three and four-years-olds, a verbal limit should be enough. Start disciplining children at nine-months old. For babies, the best response is re-direction. Remove the temptation or redirect your child to another activity. Discipline for toddlers requires giving choices and teaching consequences. For preschoolers, catch them being good and ignore bad behavior. Try these parenting tipsto make disciplining children easy and effective!

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Parenting Tips – How to Discipline Children | Parents

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Learn how to discipline children with these easy tips from Parents Magazine! The key to disciplining children is to be consistent, follow through once you’ve set up rules, show respect, and remain calm. Here are our four parenting tips on how to discipline children. Tip one is to teach natural consequences. Choose a punishment that fits your child’s bad behavior. Tip two is to ignore certain attention-seeking behaviors. If your child doesn’t get a rise out of you, she will probably stop doing it. Tip three is to give choices to your child so they’re more willing to cooperate. Tip four is to use time-outs. Your child’s behavior won’t change immediately, but be patient and utilize these discipline techniques for effective parenting!

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Parenting Tips – How to Give Time-Outs | Parents

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Learn how to give time-outs as a punishment for children with Parents Magazine! Time-outs are time away from you. Kids crave attention from their parents, so losing it is a big deal. Reserve time-outs for behavior that could endanger your child or someone else. Time-outs can happen anywhere that’s away from you. Just make sure it’s someplace safe. Put your child in time-out for one minute for each year of your child’s age, but don’t give your child a time-out for having a temper tantrum. Just ignore them. If you’re in a public place, don’t wait to do a time-out. Be creative with your discipline techniques by stepping outside or using the restroom. Utilize these time-out parenting tips when disciplining children!

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Parenting Tips From ‘Supernanny’ Jo Frost

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For years, “Supernanny” Jo Frost has been helping clueless parents take control of their kids and create long-term peace at home. Now she’s bringing her tips to The Couch and talks about her new book, “Jo Frost’s Toddler Rules: Your 5-Step Guide to Shaping Proper Behavior.”

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