Decorate the almirah with posters, sticky notes to remind him/her of some basic etiquette. Arrange clothes in the almirah in front of your children to let them know what is kept where. This helps in inculcating the habit of drawing their clothes themselves when parents are busy doing household work in the rushing morning hours.
Remember to tie those consequences back to the privilege of having a cell phone. I have found when you involve your child in making the rules it is easier for them to keep the rules and they tend to remember them. Keep in mind some kids can take the care needed to handle the responsibilities of a cell phone, but others may not be ready. Cell phones are not for everyone. Examine your motives for giving your child a cell phone; it may be more for your comfort than for your child.
I am sure once they hear that you are interested in giving them a cell phone they will be excited and happy to meet your expectations, at least until they have it in hand. Once they have met your expectations, sit down with them and come to an agreement regarding the consequences if they fail to continue to fulfill those responsibilities. It‘s important to come to an agreement and consequences before you actually buy the cell phone, or you will be asking for trouble.
They will only perhaps be forced to stay in their bedrooms once it seems fun and exciting for them. There‘s no need to compromise quality in dealing with furniture for kids. Yes, most of them come in simple designs; however, with a lot of creativity you can spice it up to make it more appealing to them. Another thing is safety. It is important that the furniture don‘t come with sharp edges because of the tendency that they will bump their heads on it accidentally. Be sure to check if all the parts of the furniture are tightly secured in place before letting kids finally use them.
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