Crystal - posted on 11/23/2008
my son does this alot. i put him in time out tell him wat he has done wrong say its naughty and i don't like it when his naughty and i want him to play nicely with his toys make him stay there not for long then after that he fine. goes and plays with something else.
Katie - posted on 11/16/2008
i take the toy and very empathetically say "oh, thats so sad. i guess this toy goes in the trash. i sure hope next time you don'ttreat your toys like garbage. its so sad when we have to throw them away." then i throw the toy in the trash, and retrieve it (and clean it) later when she's not looking and put it away for a few weeks until she's forgotten about it. she learned about the 5th time not to throw her toys. google the love and logic method - i love it. and it works. :)
Rebecca - posted on 11/12/2008
when my daughter throws her toys on the ground they go in "time out" and i just take them away for a while. most of discipline at this age is redirection. maybe offer him something he can throw in a safe place and tell him " here is a ball. you can throw balls over here" and show him. i also think that no matter what age your child is you will be repeating yourself a million times a day. i still do with my 5 year old.
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