Positive time-outs are intended to stop negative behaviors and to help children cool off and gain self-control using available resources, including you (mom/dad/caregiver). When children are young the time-out teaches them how to do this and gives them an opportunity to practice those new skills. As the child gets older, time out is both a reminder to the child to regain control over himself and a push to do so.
Here are some tips for creating and using positive time outs with your child:
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Pasitos is an eco-friendly, bilingual community based on learning and fun. Through a play based Reggio inspired curriculum, children gain the necessary literacy skills to make them successful in both Spanish and English. At the same time, they build social and emotional skills in working with peers and the maestras. Together these skills help open their minds and language capabilities. Teachers interact with the children to build strong academics and positive social skills.