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Accountable Kids is packed with parenting tips on how to organize a positive child discipline program. Four in-depth steps are designed to grow along with your children as they move through the stages of childhood development. Focusing on halting behavior problems while getting children to understand choices, accountability, consequences, and life values, Accountable Kids has been tested on kids from all different backgrounds and with different temperaments. 201 pages, softcover, with forms in the back, and a quick-start DVD.

This program has four steps: 4-step program:

Step 1 begins with teaching kids about choices /consequences, how to complete simple tasks without constant direction, the difference between privileges and rights, and how to budget time and resources.

Step 2 introduces the Privilege Card and Special Date Card. Children learn to predict consequences follow rules, redirect themselves to positive behaviors, and work forward future incentives.

Step 3 incorporates extra chores, bonus bucks, savings, helping hands, establishing self-imposed boundaries, delayed gratification, and paid works vs. acts of service

In step 4, Family Forum & Quiet Time hour are introduced. Goals, accomplishments, problems, challenges, lessons in independent living, setting time aside to refresh, recharge, manage stress and relaxing in positive ways are covered.

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