Disciplining our children well takes wisdom, consistency, and empathy. It also helps to have a ready sense of humor, a whole lot of love, and a good supply of patience. Then, on top of all that, there are times you need to mix in a little creativity—creative consequences. So look over these.
On the last day of her punishment, she saw a neighbor walk her dog and begged to be allowed to join her, just for 15 minutes. My mom, being soft and everything let her go along. 20 minutes later, they come back, and sis asks for permission to walk with the neighbor and dog to the neighbor’s house.
Top 10 Creative Punishment Ideas For Your Children. Time-ins: Is your child tired of time-outs? Or has he got accustomed to spending time alone in his naughty chair? Shift the punishment from time-outs to “time-in”.How do you do it?