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What role do you think discipline plays in developing a child’s self-esteem? What forms of discipline best serve the self-esteem of the child or adolescent?
I think discipline plays a huge role in developing a child's self-esteem - not forgetting, of course, that discipline means to teach and guide, as opposed to punishment. Punishment can totally compromise and demolish a child's self esteem. [ Discipline, when done correctly, can increase a child's self-esteem. ]
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List and discuss how activities, clubs, or sports, impact the self-esteem of children and parents. Provide at least two activities, clubs, or sports in your answer.
Weegy: A child's self-esteem can be a delicate thing. Daily experiences can help or hurt a child's self-esteem. When a child's self-esteem is low, it can have a detrimental effect on the child's overall happiness. [ The good news is that there are activities that your child can doinside and outside the home to improve his self-esteem. MARTIAL ARTS Martial arts classes are a good activity for building self-esteem in your child. Martial arts classes teach children skills that help them feel more confident about their physical abilities. Your child can get a self-esteem boost each time he kicks a pad. Martial-arts classes for children generally do not encourage fighting, but instead give kids the confidence that they can handle themselves when necessary. Earning a belt in the martial arts can also give your child a huge self-esteem boost. advertisement Sponsored Links Shop Online with Lazada Philippine's Online Shopping Mall Order Now Free Delivery Available! WALL CLIMBING Rock climbing walls have become popular at schools. These walls are fun for kids, but they can also help improve your child's self-esteem. Ascending to the top of a climbing wall can seem daunting to your child. However, as your child begins to climb higher, she can feel a sense of accomplishment. Wall climbing is a good activity for teaching your kid how to strive for a goal and it can increase her self-esteem to pursue other goals. COMMERCIAL A fun activity that you can have your child do at home is to write a commercial. The commercial should be an advertisement about what your child believes are his best qualities. You can have your child pretend that he is applying for a job. You can encourage your child to be creative with the commercial and maybe videotape it. This activity can help your child focus on positive qualities. THUMBPRINT A fun idea for building your child's self-esteem is to have your family make thumbprints. You can have each member of the family put her thumb on an ink pad. ... (More)
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