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Positive Reinforcement

Rewarding positive behavior can help bring about incremental changes to a child’s behavioral choices.

Children rarely mature through their school-age years without being influenced by, and picking up, bad behaviors, and at some point, they may receive positive reinforcement or attention for doing the wrong things.

When this happens, you can re-teach children positive behavior by reinforcing positive choices and cutting out any form of positive feedback they receive as a result of negative behaviors.

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