Impulse Control Activities

Impulse Control Activities

•   Teach Listening Skills

•   Have the child repeat back what they’ve heard before they take action.

•   Memory Games

•   Teach Problem-Solving Skills: Helping your child think, before they act is a very important skill.

•    Teach your child how to come up with different ways to solve the same problem.

•   Establish Household Rules: Let your child know what is expected of them.

•   Provide Structure: Children love structure, they work best on knowing what is going to happen.

•   Give your child the opportunity to put this skill into use, tell them about an event a couple of days ahead of schedule, do not wait until the day of or the day before.

•   Encourage reasonable amounts of physical exercise

•   Model Appropriate Behavior

•   Model ways to wait patiently and tolerate delayed gratification.

Tenacity: How to keep kids interested

Tenacity: How to keep kids interested

Managing Behavior Do’s & Don’ts

Managing Behavior Do’s & Don’ts

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