Debbie Katz Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 16 Oct. 2021
No one likes punishing or disciplining their children but sometimes it is necessary to teach them a lesson. What would you say is the best form of punishment for a child (10 and under)?
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@bomb · Posted 17 Oct. 2021
I guess punishment is not the right word. You should let the kid understand why what s/he did was no a good thing. Let it come from him or here that he knows it was a mistake. That way, they will better handle the situation when it happens again. Also, they will be equipped to handle similar situations.
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@hafizaqibg · Updated 17 Oct. 2021
Well, it depends on the situation of the crime. From my perspective, there is no need to punish the children. If there are some circumstances we need to guide pupils properly then we need punishment and we can involve some physical activity like sitting, jumping, running and things like that in the punishment so it will be best for the health and also they can learn the best lesson of their crime. If we give a strict punishment like beating etc then I think it's not good for children and they will become stubborn or Irritated.
@RyanM · Posted 18 Oct. 2021
It really depends on what they do. I don't believe in hitting or yelling, I think that causes more problems. Be honest with your child and take things away. I found that taking toys away, is more effective at them behaving, because it shows that there is repercussions for their actions. Please, don't hit your children, talk to them, and explain why what they did is bad.