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Hey Friends~

Many children struggle with making a transition from something they love to do, to stopping it!

That is a hard transition for most of us. If your child - or a child you spend time with, struggles to change activities (to transition) from one thing to the next, today’s episode is for you!!

We are going to talk about a strategy that is essentially 4 steps, plus celebrations, of course! FOUR MAIN STEPS to getting your child to more willingly, more easily, accept a change of activity, a transition!

So welcome to today’s program! You will be glad you are here!

P.S. You may want a pen and sticky note to post these steps on the fridge!

MAKING TRANSITIONS EASIER:

1- Acknowledge & Agree with your child that what is happening presently is good, and they like it. Ex: “I know you love playing this game. It’s fun! I am glad you are having a good time.”

2- Inform them of the change. Ex: “In 2 minutes, we need to stop.”
Even better: “In 2 min, it’s time to wash your hands for lunch.”

3- Let them continue for the time you told them.

4-Tell when the time is up ( in a happy spirit). Ex: It’s time! Wash your hands for lunch.”
Even better: “Good job playing! You get to return to this game later today! Now, we get to have lunch. Wash your hands! (obviously adjust to match the language ability of your child).

Next week: Tools to help with transitions!

Always cheering you on!

Dinalynn

CONTACT the Host, Dinalynn: hello@thelanguageofplay.com

RESOURCES from The Language Of Play

Sign up for my newsletter! https://dinalynnr.systeme.io/newsletter-optin

Join my new FREE Facebook Community HERE! to join a new community where you are free to ask questions, make friends, and we learn from each other! https://www.facebook.com/groups/704154141188344

Sign up for a 15 min "Let's Meet Session" on zoom! https://calendly.com/hello-play/let-s-meet-session

For Speaking Engagements or For 1:1 or Group Parent Coaching (virtual or live), contact me at hello@thelanguageofplay.com

Related or Mentioned Episodes:

28 ”Why Won’t The Kids Listen!??” part 1: ATTENTION: 4 factors to watch for!

29 Series: ”Why Won’t the Kids Listen!??” part 2: Processing Information: 4 Strategies to Get Your Kids to Notice What They Hear

30 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part3: Tools For When Language Processing is Difficult

31 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part4: Strategies for Building Listening SKILL

32 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part 5: Are You Making Their Listening Worse? 4 strategies to change that.

33 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part 6: BiG EMoTioNS! 4 things to ask yourself before you respond

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Hey Friends~

Many children struggle with making a transition from something they love to do, to stopping it!

That is a hard transition for most of us. If your child - or a child you spend time with, struggles to change activities (to transition) from one thing to the next, today’s episode is for you!!

We are going to talk about a strategy that is essentially 4 steps, plus celebrations, of course! FOUR MAIN STEPS to getting your child to more willingly, more easily, accept a change of activity, a transition!

So welcome to today’s program! You will be glad you are here!

P.S. You may want a pen and sticky note to post these steps on the fridge!

MAKING TRANSITIONS EASIER:

1- Acknowledge & Agree with your child that what is happening presently is good, and they like it. Ex: “I know you love playing this game. It’s fun! I am glad you are having a good time.”

2- Inform them of the change. Ex: “In 2 minutes, we need to stop.”
Even better: “In 2 min, it’s time to wash your hands for lunch.”

3- Let them continue for the time you told them.

4-Tell when the time is up ( in a happy spirit). Ex: It’s time! Wash your hands for lunch.”
Even better: “Good job playing! You get to return to this game later today! Now, we get to have lunch. Wash your hands! (obviously adjust to match the language ability of your child).

Next week: Tools to help with transitions!

Always cheering you on!

Dinalynn

CONTACT the Host, Dinalynn: hello@thelanguageofplay.com

RESOURCES from The Language Of Play

Sign up for my newsletter! https://dinalynnr.systeme.io/newsletter-optin

Join my new FREE Facebook Community HERE! to join a new community where you are free to ask questions, make friends, and we learn from each other! https://www.facebook.com/groups/704154141188344

Sign up for a 15 min "Let's Meet Session" on zoom! https://calendly.com/hello-play/let-s-meet-session

For Speaking Engagements or For 1:1 or Group Parent Coaching (virtual or live), contact me at hello@thelanguageofplay.com

Related or Mentioned Episodes:

28 ”Why Won’t The Kids Listen!??” part 1: ATTENTION: 4 factors to watch for!

29 Series: ”Why Won’t the Kids Listen!??” part 2: Processing Information: 4 Strategies to Get Your Kids to Notice What They Hear

30 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part3: Tools For When Language Processing is Difficult

31 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part4: Strategies for Building Listening SKILL

32 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part 5: Are You Making Their Listening Worse? 4 strategies to change that.

33 Series: “Why Won’t the Kids Listen!?” part 6: BiG EMoTioNS! 4 things to ask yourself before you respond

  continue reading

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