10 Best Ways to Develop Social Behaviors in child

10 Best Ways to Develop Social Behaviors in  child
Child Social Behavior

Every Parents want to build Social behaviors in their children. Many parents struggle hard to build positive behaviors. They require discovering the effective ways and techniques to  develop the prosocial attitudes . There are some guidance techniques for parents to develop social behaviors in children.

10 Best Ways to Develop Social Behaviors in childhood

Social behaviors promote learning performance and emotional well-being of a child. The  teachers and parents must focus on the development of social behaviors in early childhood. The following tips help to promote social behaviors in children.

1. Use the Word Do Instead of Don’t

Don’t use the worlds stop, quilt and don’t do that but tell the child what is right and what is wrong.  When a child realizes that the specific habit, action, and activity is harmful for his health and safety, he automatically starts to keep away himself from that harmful activity.  For Example, when a child starts to play with a boll, Parents should change the words “don’t throw the ball” with the “Roll the ball on the flower”.  When a child hit his brother don’t say to your child “don’t hit he brother” but you should say “hitting hurts”.

 2. Value the Child Ability to Develop the Social Behaviors

Encourage the child to do new things. Sometimes parents stop the children to do new things because they believe that their children are too small and they can’t do certain things. Parents must believe in the child’s ability and give the freedom to complete the task.   The lack of a parent’s confidence in the child’s abilities can destroy the confidence of the child. Don’t undervalue the child abilities. For example: let the child use the computer when he becomes able to use it.  There are many things and tools are available at home.  Let the children use these tools such as computer and mobile. Families should allow the child to use these things without any hesitation.

3. Change the Situation to Change Behavior

Changing situations is an effective technique for changing child behavior. Parents can change negative behavior by changing the surrounding environment.  For example, when children start fighting in the back seat of the care, change the situation and give the toys to play. It is the parental responsibility to think that how they can change the situation to prevent negative behavior.

4. Provide More Than One Choice for Your Child

This activity plays an important role in the development of social behavior in childhood. Parents should not insist that the child must choose the specific choice and obey the order. They must provide more than one choice for the child and child have an opportunity to choose one of them. For example, Parents say the child ‘wear the coat” instead of this, they can say “you have to wear the black coat or red jacket”. 
This practice helps the children to improve their decision-making skills. The parent should provide the desirable, simple and acceptable choices for children.

5. Care the Emotional and Physical Needs of Child

Work for children, not work for against them. Parents should not ignore the primary and psychological needs of a child. The ignorance of the child’s primary and psychological needs may lead to creating many social, emotional and behavioral problems.  It is important to know that children learn through their five senses. They need to touch, taste, hear, and smell to learn.  Parents give freedom to use their senses without any restrictions. Put things such as boll, toys, and blokes near the child and let the child can touch them. Provide opportunities to use small things that are not sharp and harmful for the children. Children need appropriate activities to develop their senses.

6. Set the limits for Children

Set the limits for safety and protection. Let the child make the decision under the limits. For example, stop the children to play in a dangerous place. Stop the children to play in the street because it may hurt others.  Tell the reasons behind the set limits.

7. Listen to the Child Carefully

Listen the children when they feel anger. The child has a short memory. Most parents say to their children “I have told you the dozen or hundred of time but you did not follow us”. Sometimes children cannot understand the parent’s instructions and feelings.  The aggressive behavior may lead to creating several behavioral problems in children. Listen to the child’s point of view and encourage him when he starts to follow the instructions. Parents say the child “what we can do next, what is your idea about that”.

8. Become the Role Model for Your Child

The child learns from parents through the listing, watching and hearing. Children start to learn from their five senses and parents teach them through their actions and behaviors. Kids always copies the parent’s actions and behavior.

9. Show the Love

Show love for their children.  They show their love during cooking, dressing, and playing. Parents should respect child choices. Parents should create an environment in which the child feels that he is very worthy and valuable at home.  They  also show their love through open words such as “I proud of you” “I love you”.    

10. Look at the Future of your Child

Parents should look ahead. They must make the best strategies for child growth and development. Try to make the child’s future exciting and happy. Provide healthy food and appropriate environment at home.

 It is the parental responsibility to develop positive attitudes and behavior. The positive behaviors and attitudes relate to child success in later life. 
 
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Reference
Child Guidance Techniques, A Pacific Northwest Extension Publication, U.S department of education office of the education research and improvement educational resources information center, 1991.
 

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