A selection of their best tips - Discover in this gallery the best advice given by 'Super Nanny.' Tips that are easy to apply and adapt to the individual needs of your children.
Establish a routine - To create a routine, it's important to set specific times for meals, homework, playtime, and bedtime.
Prioritize quality family time - Whether it's fun activities, family outings, shared meals, or moments of conversation, quality family time is precious.
Don't neglect a child's sleep - To make bedtime easier, create an environment conducive to sleep and establish healthy habits before bedtime, such as reading a book.
Promote communication - Fluid communication with your children strengthens the emotional ties that exist between you and them and allows you to better understand their needs and expectations.
Congratulate your child - By congratulating your children for their good grades, you will strengthen their self-esteem and encourage them to persevere and take on new challenges.
Do not force a child to eat - Your child does not want to finish his plate? Be indulgent with them. You have to respect their natural appetite.
Ban swear words - A basic principle, certainly, but it deserves to be remembered! The use of swear words in a child's speech can significantly damage their social relationships.
Listen actively - Actively listening to a child means giving them full and complete attention when they talk to us while showing signs of interest as well.
Encourage autonomy - It is important to let your child do tasks on their own. This makes him feel competent and boosts their self-confidence.
Do not show favoritism - If you have several children, be careful not to play favorites. "The idea is to spend as much time with each one as possible, to avoid any jealousy."