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Kid Playing with Bubble


A logical consequence differs from punishment since it allows the child a chance to stop the behavior before a consequence happens. A logical consequence is one that is relatable for the child, is respectful to the child, is reasonable and helpful to the child. It is a solution rather than a punishment. For example, a child spills his milk at lunch time, the logical consequence is for the child to help clean up the spill.

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