Give Your Child Two Choices



Since my son was two, and he is now four, I have been giving him two choices
when I want him to get something done. For example when it is time to pick up his
toys, or get ready for bed, you say, do you want to pick up your cars or your blocks
first? Do you want to brush your teeth or wash your hands first? When you give
toddlers a choice it allows them to think that they are in control. The child is
more apt to co-operate with you, and you still get the child to do what you ask of

Holly, Mom of 2
Franklin, NH

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