Praising points

International studies have shown that praise definitely increases people’s inner interest in activities. Anything too much or too little is proven ineffective. Too much praise is ineffective because it comes too easy and often reduces the value of praise. Too little of it and lack of consistency do not give it much significance, as well.

Here are some keywords to remember when giving praise:


Praise kids right after the good behavior occurs. This way, they know instantly which behavior is reinforced.


Say exactly which behavior, action, or words you liked. For example, “Thank you for putting your toys back in the bin,” or “I like the way you shared your toys with your friends.” Even if the action was partly wrong, focus only on the positive side.

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