Effective Parenting Strategies To Correct Your Child's Bad Behaviours With Frances Madueke-Ozorue

Frances Madueke-Ozorue is a trained Montessori educator and has taught for over 5 years. She was on the Management team in a leading school in Lagos where she was the Foundation Head. She is currently the Founding director of a Montessori Foundation school(Geneva Heights School) in Festac Lagos, Nigeria. She is also a toddler parent coach that work with parents through effective ways to raise emotionally intelligent, responsible and wholesome kids.
Follow her on IG @frances_mo_ and business page @_themontessoriplace for contents on Montessori education, Montessori materials, Intentional parent coaching and Early years sex educator.
She can be reached on f.c.madueke@gmail.com

  • It starts with YOU!
  • let’s start with the term ‘correct’ and replacing it with discipline
  • You love your child. Does your child know that? How? Say it. Gain your child’s trust. In situations where you couldn’t keep to your promise, talk about it and make sure to make up to them.
  • Do you know your child’s personality trait? Knowing this and learning how to handle each will save you a lot of stress
  • Practice the carrot and stick approach. When you take a thing away from your child, REPLACE it with something else.

It starts with YOU!

The term ‘correct’

Showing Love

Your child’s personality trait

Practice the carrot and stick approach

Q: I have a nephew that is going to 2yrs. They just called me today that he fought his teacher in school and slapped her bcos she made his food to feed him and he insisted that he will feed himself and in the process he slapped the teacher and the teacher was trying to control him and he threw himself on the floor and he even wounded himself. Now I told them to beat him so that he will know he did something wrong but they said that if you beat him he will beat you back. So how do you control and correct this one

Q2: My almost 4 years son is so strong willed fights almost everybody both adults and young if he is beaten by adult he beats back I have scolded him but don’t really know what else to do, I cant leave him with anyone as they always say he is troublesome

Follow Frances Madueke-Ozorue on IG @frances_mo_ and business page @_themontessoriplace for contents on Montessori education, Montessori materials, Intentional parent coaching and Early years sex educator.
She can be reached on f.c.madueke@gmail.com

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