Escape from ‘No!’ land: Tell LEGO® Juniors your positive parenting tips. Toys to win!
How many times do you reckon you say ‘No!’ to your child every day? If you’re anything like us, it’s probably a lot. But it’s no fun, is it? Wouldn’t it be great if we all knew some more positive ways to get our parenting messages across?
To help all of us escape from the land of ‘No!’, LEGO® Juniors would like to hear your tips for turning negative or critical parenting words or actions into more positive ones.
And you could win a LEGO® toy bundle, worth £100, for telling them!
All you need to do is post on this thread and tell us how you’d get your child to do what you want them to do (or stop doing what you don’t want them to do!) without being negative or critical.
So, for example, if your child is being really shouty, maybe you’d say ‘Use your quiet voice please!’ instead of ‘Stop shouting!’ For more examples, you can have a look at our article on 9 ways to say no to your child - without actually saying no.
Everyone who posts about their tips for turning negative or critical parenting words or actions into more positive ones will be entered into a prize draw to win the £100 LEGO® toy bundle, including Mia’s Farm Suitcase, Andrea & Stephanie’s Beach Holiday, Demolition Site, Police Truck Chase and Fire Patrol Suitcase.
We'll keep this thread open until Friday 7th July, and we'll announce the winner's name on Tuesday 11th July.
This discussion is sponsored by LEGO® Juniors. Terms & conditions apply. Please note that comments and pictures you post here may be used by LEGO® in future marketing material.