Time-out is a way of removing a child from a situation in order to allow for recovery or to correct a behaviour.
It’s worth making the effort to teach time-out as a good routine.
It is impossible to teach in the midst of correcting other major problems so use practice runs or small incidents to practice the time-out process with an appropriate, “Thank you” for going through with the time-out routine.
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