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1-2-3 Magic™ 2 DVD pack

$99.95

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Description

This DVD set contains the popular ‘1-2-3 Magic’ and ‘More 1-2-3 Magic’ DVDs. Dr Thomas W Phelan designed the 1-2-3 Magic program to bring practical, easy to use discipline techniques to families and educators. This lively and extremely popular program offers a humorous look at parenting – and a serious look at discipline.

Kids are just kids!. In addition to being delightful, charming and affectionate, children can also present their adult caretakers with a steady diet of difficult behaviour : whining, arguing, teasing, fighting, yelling, tantrums and pouting. For this reason, Dr Thomas W Phelan designed the 1-2-3 Magic program to bring practical, easy to use discipline techniques to families and educators.

With 1-2-3 Magic : Managing Difficult Behaviour in Children 2-12 you will learn:

how to get your kids to STOP obnoxious behaviour

how to avoid the talk-persuade-argue-yell-hit! syndrome

how to maintain control in your classroom and have more time for instruction

how to deal with the Six Kinds of Testing and Manipulation

how to handle misbehaviour in public

how to exercise self control and be an effective disciplinarian at the same time

1-2-3 Magic : Managing Difficult Behaviour in Children 2-12 offers easy to follow steps for disciplining children without arguing, yelling or spanking. You are not required to be a saint, genius or professional psychotherapist to use this program effectively!

After watching this presentation you can immediately start to manage troublesome behaviour more effectively, and you will understand how your silence can speak louder than your words. This lively and extremely popular program offers a humorous look at parenting – and a serious look at discipline.

1-2-3 Magic has one goal : to help parents and teachers enjoy their kids!

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