We all want to be in control of our own lives. But young children usually have very few opportunities to make choices about what they do and when they do it. They’re told when to get up, what to wear, what to eat and when to eat it, where to go and what to do when they get there.
Introducing choice into a young child’s life can be a powerful tool to promote improved behavior in your classroom. Come learn the five steps to using the choice making strategy and discover how easily you can embed choice-making opportunities into your classroom and short-circuit power struggles with your preschoolers (2 DCDEE contact hours).