Have you ever noticed when your child wants your attention they do the wrong things? They run away, say they can’t do something they know how to do, or act out!
It can be so frustrating when you know they want attention and just wish they’d ask instead of all the drama.
In this video you’ll get some ideas on how to build that connection so they can start to ask for attention in ways that bring you both joy.
Learn how to navigate connection and try out some new ideas to use.
The video explains that connection activities bond the emotions and predictability. And, when you use simple connection activities within your routine you can make a change in your child's behavior.
Through the lens of a parent that has spent over 20 years in education, Anita created this video to help parents feel successful.
The video is the sixth in a series of sixteen that are set up to watch at any time in any order so you can reflect on some ideas that match your family.
Or, you can watch starting with video 1 and make significant changes walking through each of the steps. On the Guiding Behavior page or you can use this Guidebook with the videos to make the change you want to see.
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Disclaimer: Please remember that this can not replace professional help and if you feel that you or your child needs professional help you should consult with an official representative in the community where you live.