- The Naughty Step
- Need help to get the naughty step in action in your house? Billy was so badly behaved, his parents were sceptical that this discipline technique would work at all. But, within no time, Billy learns to sit on the step for the full 2 minutes.
- The Naughty Step in the Jeans family
The Jeans children are out of control, until Supernanny’s naughty step technique helps their parents rein them in…
- Same Page Technique
Supernanny’s techniques get mum and dad working from the same page and help the family develop a good bedtime routine…
- Sleep Separation Technique
- Bedtime was the most stressful part of the day for Ryland’s parents, as he screamed and cried for hours, refusing to sleep in his crib. Creating a relaxing bedtime routine, then having mom move gradually further from the crib meant he was able to sleep by himself for the first time… eventually!
- Stay in Bed Technique
- Whilst this technique for getting your older child to stay in their bed at night time really tested these parents’ stamina, Ashlin eventually stops calling for mom to get into her bed and lets mom and dad have an evening alone.
- Off the Hip Technique
- By screaming, shouting and clinging to his mum, Adam always gets his own way. Supernanny gets Mum to look at the bigger picture of his behaviour, and after 45 minutes, Adam learns that he will get a peanut butter sandwich if he asks for one without whining…
- Shared Play Technique
The struggle to get Andra to play nicely with her two sisters seems never-ending. With this technique, mom learns how to stay calm and in control, teaches her children to share playtime and toys, and gains the respect of her children in return.
- Roaming Technique
- When the family’s out and about, Blake runs off at every given opportunity, a constant worry to his Mum. This technique gives Blake consequences for not listening to his Mum, so everyone can relax and enjoy the park.
- Involvement Technique
- The weekly shopping trip’s a nightmare, until Mum gets the kids to choose, carry and pack the groceries. Not only does this take the focus off Mum’s attention, but the children also help get the job done quicker!
- Good Eating Technique
- Giving Andrew praise for eating four mouthfuls of his dinner turns out to be a much more successful way to get him eating than by telling him off.
- Thought Box
- As the older boy, Jared sometimes gets overlooked as his younger sisters demand more attention from his parents. The thought box gets Mum and son talking again.
- Thought Box in the Wischmeyer family
The Wischmeyer children just aren’t getting along. Supernanny’s thought box technique get mom and son talking again…
- Voice Training Technique
- Essential training for both discipline and praise, follow these simple steps to get your voice working for you.
- Walk This Way Technique
Getting her two brawling boys to school on time is a constant struggle for Stephanie Brown-Smith. Can Supernanny's Walk This Way technique sort out the destructive duo?
- Bedtime Routine
Supernanny shows this family how establishing a bedtime routine can help make sure Mum and Dad get a good nights sleep!
- The Penalty Spot
Having trouble making the Penalty Spot work for you? Supernanny shows Stephanie how to be firm, use warnings and so make sure her kids take the Penalty Spot seriously.
- House Rules and the Naughty Seat
Are you desperate to encourage good behaviour at home? Supernanny always starts with House Rules to set boundaries, combined with praise and a Reward Chart, with the Naughty Step to reinforce consequences. Give me more about House Rules!
- Playtime Activities
Supernanny shows Sarah how keeping a calm and relaxed attitude, while giving equal attention to both her girls can help them all to enjoy playtime activities.
- The Naughty Seat
When Orla breaks the House Rules this gives Sarah the perfect opportunity to use the Naughty Seat - but can she get Orla to stay put?
- Rewarding Good Behaviour
<p>What's the best way to get good behaviour? Encourage it! Supernanny uses <strong>Reward Charts</strong> to reinforce <strong><a href="/Advice/-/Parenting-Skills/-/Discipline-and-Reward/House-Rules.aspx">House Rules</a></strong>, and a <a href="/Advice/-/Parenting-Skills/-/Discipline-and-Reward/Make-the-Naughty-Step-Work-for-You.aspx"><strong>Naughty Step</strong></a> to reinforce consequences of bad behaviour.<br />
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- Get Up and Go Chart
Struggling to get the kids to school on time? Supernanny uses a Get up and Go Chart to get everyone ready and out the door - without tantrums or tears!
- Family Bonding
Family bonding teaches children how to get their parents' attention through good behaviour instead of bad!
- Family Team Building
Supernanny shows Natalie that a team building game is a fun way to build trust with son Tyler
- Dummy Bottle Removal
Supernanny demonstrates her two-staged 'Dummy Fairy' approach to getting rid of Dummies - for good!