Spanking a child is hitting a child with an open hand, on the rear end to modify the child’s behavior. Spanking a child will help show a child what her or she is doing wrong. Discipline will help improve a child’s behavior so he or she will not make the same mistake in the future. To make a child fully understand what he or she did incorrect, parents should make eye to eye contact and explain to the child why his or her actions were incorrect.
In early childhood education there is always an issue of discipline. Hitting a child at any point ever considered valid. Some say that when a child gets a spanking it is considered to be physical violence. Spanking a child on the rear end at least once or twice is ok. However …show more content…
The first step is to be verbal with your child. Parents should give a child a warning and let the child know what she or he has done incorrect. Simply spanking a child without explaining why may leave the child feeling confused and not understanding why he or she was spanked. Step two is to teach your child to be responsible for his or her actions. Helping a child understand what he or she did wrong will prevent the child making the same mistake again. Step three, never embarrass your child. This could make the child misbehave even more or cause the child to become withdrawn from other. Discipline a child in private. Step four is to let your child know that the parent is upset and disappointed by the child’s behavior. Explain to the child that there will always be a consequence for their action, no matter if their actions are good or bad. Step five is to be careful when spanking a child. A child’s body is delicate and if a parent hits the child to hard the parent can leave bruises and not mean to. Always use your hand instead of a weapon. This will help you realize how hard you are hitting the child’s rear end. Step six is to be gentle with the child. After you spank them allow them to cry. When they are done crying talk to the child about what they did wrong and why his or her actions were wrong. This way the child will not make the same mistake again. Step seven show your child unconditional