EXCUSES

EXCUSES

There are many reasons why children make excuses. However, it doesn’t help children manage themselves or make good choices. Don’t allow children to blame others for their actions or lack thereof.
EXCUSES

⭐️ PARENTING WITH PURPOSE PRACTICES  ⭐

POSITIVE 👉🏻Focus on the real issue and do a re-enactment of the incident. Help your child to see the part they played in the matter.

PROACTIVE 👉🏻Encourage your child to be honest and take responsibility for his or her own actions.

PUNITIVE 👉🏻Whenever your child makes an excuse, have them recite and write similar to the following: Excuses prevent me from learning and serving from others. I agree to take responsibility for my actions.

The Bigger Picture

Teach children to do all things on time and well. Not perfection, but with excellence- to the best of their ability. Teach them to be honest about making excuses and to own their actions.

Biblical Reference: Deuteronomy 31:6

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