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Should you reward a child for getting an A+ on his schoolwork?
When a child is experiencing success - on the potty, at school or wherever - resist the urge to give concrete prizes. Prizes are only helpful (in very small doses and quickly withdrawn) when the child doesn't yet EXPERIENCE the feeling of success. In such a case, the prize provides motivation to continue the learning process. However, when the child himself is excited and pleased with his performance, the positive emotions he experiences ARE the prize. Adding a concrete prize in such a case, actually reduces emotional pleasure and can even cause stress ("What if I don't earn a prize next time?"). Instead of giving a prize, join with your child's emotion, giving him a "high-5" and a big smile to match his own deep pleasure of accomplishment.
Copyright © 2018 Sarah Chana Radcliffe,


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